@your SiRVis... Simon Francis Blaise R. Vistro wants to be known as SiRVis (an amalgamation of his name, profession and penchant for service). He is a polymath wannabe in the fields of training and education, civic voluntarism, sports, arts, travel, photography and social networking. Born and raised in Dagupan City, he is a staunch advocate of the preservation of Pangasinan language, arts and culture. Follow me on: Twitter. Facebook, Tumblr, Plurk.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

My Customized Toy in Art in the Park 2011

Remember the customized toy that I created in the Toymaking Workshop with the Pilipinas Street Plan at the Lopez Museum last Ferbruary 12?

"How Film Lost its Innocence" by SiRVis 
It was on display in the Lopez Museum's booth in the Art in the Park at the Jaime C. Velsaquez park in Salcedo Village last February 19! The Art in the Park is an annual project of the Museum Foundation of the Philippines. It is an affordable art fair for paintings, prints, photos, and sculpture at P20,000.00 and below

Proceeds of the customized toys that we made will go to Knowledge Channel Foundation’s programs for Filipino schoolchildren. 

I wonder how much did my toy sell?

Thanks to Mark Cerbo for taking a photograph of my artwork. Read Mark's article Sights & Images of Art In The Park for more pictures and full story. Revisit my article on the Toymaking Workshop with Pilipinas Street Plan

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