Why you should check out Museo Orlina’s first exhibit for 2023

A perfect excuse to go to Tagaytay and breathe in the cool, fresh air

Family values are an important part of Filipino culture and identity. It is considered as the epitome of the Pinoy soul and character. The bond between a parent and a child can be considered particularly sacred to Filipinos. It is a relationship that hold values such as respect, discipline, honor, and love.

"Artistic Legacies" presents an intimate look into these artistic families and their journeys, from the catalyst to their continuing legacies. The exhibition endeavors to prove how art can be an instrument for uniting families and teaching family values.

Artistic Legacies

The exhibition also aims to show the artistic journeys that branched from one generation to the next, highlighting the importance of family.

Diwata Perlas by Fil Delacruz
Love Dance by Eduardo Castrillo
Subok by Emmanuel Garibay
Unnatural Bauty by Raul Lebajo

List of participating artists include

  1. Ramon Orlina
  2. Anna Orlina
  3. Michael Orlina
  4. Eduardo Castrillo
  5. Mierro Castrillo
  6. Nixxio Castrillo
  7. Ovvian Castrillo-Hill
  8. Fil Delacruz
  9. Janos Delacruz
  10. Emmanuel Garibay
  11. Alee Garibay
  12. Bam Garibay
  13. Nina  Garibay
  14. Raul Lebajo
  15. Gio Lebajo
  16. Nikulas Lebajo

Opening ceremonies of the exhibition will be held at the Reflections Gallery of Museo Orlina on Jan. 29, 2023, at 3 p.m. The exhibition will run until March 31, 2023.

For more information, you may call Museo Orlina at tel. no (046) 413 2581 mobile no: +63 995 7354462 or e-mail them at [email protected].