MAKATI CITY, Mar. 22 — The Embassy of Israel will maintain the COMMON GROUND: A CERAMIC ART COLLABORATION BETWEEN ISRAEL AND THE PHILIPPINES on March 25 to 29, 2019 on the College of the Philippines Diliman, School of High-quality Arts.
COMMON GROUND will function the medium of clay to bind relationships and set up cultural ties between Israel and the Philippines.
This distinctive collaboration will deliver Israeli ceramic and interdisciplinary artist, Roy Maayan to the Philippines. On his upcoming go to, Maayan is trying ahead to sharing Israel’s tradition by means of his craft and studying extra in regards to the tradition and custom of the Philippines as effectively.
Maayan might be bringing on his lecture-demonstration a mould of a preferred Israeli image Matka (a racquet for his or her nationwide seashore sport Matkot) which might be used as a base for combining Israeli and Philippine common symbols, objects, or texts.
Ma. Rita B. Gudiño, MFA of the College of the Philippines School of High-quality Arts (UPCFA) will collaborate with Maayan on this undertaking which goals to foster Philippine cultural growth in ceramic artwork.
This cultural collaboration between Israeli and Filipino artists will embody a lecture + grasp class. (Israel Embassy in Manila)