By Robert P. De Tagle
THE Society of Philippine American Artists (SPAA) returns home to the Philippine Center on Fifth Avenue, NYC, with an in-person exhibit from 4 to 15 October, featuring works of nineteen participants from New York, New Jersey and Vancouver. During this Filipino-American History Month, the exhibit can be viewed 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday.
With hope and resilience, acknowledging the tragedy of the past 22 months or so and continuing to the challenges of the present, the exhibitors are once again enabled to interact among themselves and with the public, art in the midst of reality, to encounter and perhaps to inspire.
The visual artists presenting this year are Danvic C. Briones, Ronald Cortez, Cheryle L. Cranbourne, Angelito L. David, Dulcie Dee, Tessie Dichupa, Carlos L. Esguerra, Joel R. Francisco, Lenore RS Lim, Greta Lood, Esmie Gayo McLaren, Chato Morando, Rene Ner, Mae Palaci, Robert Pérez De Tagle, Godfrey C. Pinder, Carol Tanjutco, Ching Valdes-Aran and Art Zamora.