SM kicks off Art For Everyone 2019
posted August 24, 2019 at 10:43 pm
Everyone – art enthusiasts, artist, parents, students, and more – unite! SM Supermalls is bringing this year’s Art For Everyone to 18 participating SM malls nationwide this August till the second week of September, showcasing thousands of new and unique paintings, sculptures, and photographs from curated roundup of renowned and budding artists.
“Art For Everyone 2019 is SM’s way of reaching out to the art-loving public. We want to feature all types of artist and connect them with different audiences, and this includes both student and seasoned artists. The artworks also inspire a refreshing vibe in the malls as shoppers and their loved ones bond over art, “says Jonjon San Agustin, SM Supermalls SVP for marketing.
Art For Everyone has launched last August 22 at the Mega Fashion Hall – host to a series of exhibitions, including a retrospective of Juvenal Sansó’s Felicidad Sy series and of art from SM Megamall’s art galleries from August 20 to 25. Artworks of Students and enthusiasts will be showcased from August 27 to September 1.
Take your friends and family to the Art For Everyone 2019 Art Fair in the following SM Malls: SM Megamall (Aug. 20 to Sept. 1), SM Sucat (Aug. 18 to 31), SM Angono (Aug. 19 to 30), SM San Jose Del Monte (Aug. 19 to 31), SM Cebu (Aug. 26 to Sept 4), SM Lanang Premier (Aug. 26 to Sept. 7), SM Legazpi (Aug. 26 to Sept. 8), SM Novaliches( Aug. 26 to Sept. 8), SM CDO Downtown Premier (Sept. 1 to 7), The Podium (Sept. 2 to 15), and in the following malls from Aug. 10 to Sept. 1: SM Mall Of Asia, SM Aura, SM Batangas, SM Bacolod, SM Molino, SM San Pablo, SM Telabastagan.
For more information, visit https://www.smsupermalls.com/artforeveryone/.
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