Today’s Word of the Day is “triptych,” which means “a picture (such as a painting) that has three panels placed next to each other.”
This isn’t our first time at the Baguio Museum, but it was our first time to attend an exhibit by the Fine Arts students of UP Baguio, and it’s entitled “Hagap.”
For one of their classes, these students each produced a triptych. At first glance, you’d only think that these are paintings of random, bright and bold patterns, but of course, it’s more than just that.
The paintings are actually abstract self-expressions of the students about their life experiences and journeys as artists. Pretty cool huh?
Being graduates of another university in Baguio, we were very enlightened to experience an activity from another university, and they were very welcoming to everyone who attended their exhibit.
They even had a jam session to serve as a bit of ambience music for the people in the gallery.
“Hagap” will be on display until the 5th of June at the fourth floor of the Baguio Museum. So whether you’re from SLU, UB, or UC, please check it out!
We also look forward to more exhibits by the Fine Arts students of UP Baguio.