|Chairs, tables, and other creations crafted with intricate bone inlay details by Flores Furniture are among the finest collections showcased during the “Kalupkop: Mga Kontemporaryong Muwebles at Disenyong Baliwagenyo” exhibit held in celebration of Buntal Festival at SM City Baliwag.|
With a few days left before Independence, SM City Baliwag pays homage to the province’s rich art and culture. Taking the spotlight is no less than Baliwag’s celebrated Buntal Festival as well as a unique showcase of Bulacan visual arts in the “ReGeneration” Traveling Art Exhibit.
Celebrating Baliwagenyos excellent craftsmanship, the LGU, in partnership with SM City Baliwag, opens Buntal Festival with an exhibit entitled “Kalupkop: Mga Kontemporaryong Muwebles at Disenyong Baliwagenyo”. Spearheaded by Baliwag City Tourism, the exhibit features locally made crafts by the biggest names in Baliwag furniture making such as Simbulan Industries Philippines, Triple E and J Furniture, Madera, Haspe, Vertus, Flores Furniture, 51 All Weather, Navarro Furniture, Rhion’s Furniture, Ayeshua Furniture, and OLME Furniture.
|An elephant love seat crafted by 51 All Weather Furniture, a brand known for their outdoor rattan creations, is displayed at the “Kalupkop: Mga Kontemporaryong Muwebles at Disenyong Baliwagenyo” exhibit at SM City Baliwag.|
A fashion show entitled “Obra Moda: Likhang Baliwagenyo” was also held at the Mall Atrium, where exceptional creations of Baliwag local fashion designers were showcased on the runway.
Apart from being one of Bulacan’s top shopping destinations, SM City Baliwag continues to support the city’s resilient and thriving economy by representing cultural traditions and festivals that would boost local tourism while giving everyone a glimpse of what Baliwag is known for.
“SM strives to grow in unity with the community we serve,” said Mall Manager Rodora Tolentino. “As we continue to bring more options for fun and shopping, we would also like to preserve our town’s culture and tradition through meaningful events that would bridge people and history,” she added.
Meanwhile, in the art scene, Pulong Kabyawan Art Collective, in partnership with SM City Baliwag, marks a significant moment for the province’s art community with the “ReGeneration” traveling art exhibit featuring the exceptional creations of 25 Bulakenyo artists.
Exceptional creations by Baliwag local fashion designers were applauded at the recent “Obra Moda: Likhang Baliwagenyo” fashion show held in celebration of Buntal Festival at SM City Baliwag.
Delving into realizations of the pandemic and the new normal, “ReGeneration” aims to celebrate the resurgence or awakening of consciousness after a period of uncertainty while drawing inspiration from nature’s rebirth after a prolonged winter. Every artwork on display represents the unique vision and interpretation of the world, with topics of resilience and hope while offering renewed perspectives on life and communal growth. Among the emerging themes during the art exhibit were the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and its impact on humanity, sustainability, and the fusion of art and anatomy, among others.
|Space Explorer, The Dreamer, and AI Robot scrap metal art by Rix Man of Baliwag City are among the creations displayed during the “ReGeneration” art exhibit in SM City Baliwag.|
Boasting an array of celebrated artists such as Alex Roxas, Ambo Dolores, Angela Gabriel, Andrew Alto de Guzman, Arvie Tiongson, Avic Zamora, Bin Samonte, Carlo Caacbay, Clarisse Aguilera, Danny Rodriguez, Debong Palines, Dr. Sylvia Joaquin, Ed Santiago, Elmer Pacio, Erwin Mallari, Gilbert Calderon Angeles, Jan San Juan, Mar Perez, Mc Clen Talento, Oliver Marquez, Rex Tatlonghari, Rey Bautista, Richard Tercio, Rix Man, Salvador Sierra, the “ReGeneration” exhibit promises to be a feast for the senses.
|Art lovers and enthusiasts celebrate the beauty and power of art in “ReGeneration” at SM City Baliwag, where select masterpieces of 25 Bulakenyo artists are displayed.|