Tag: bbieaf

10
Oct 2008
0
Art & Inspiration, news
Beach Art: Summary Post

From September 29-October 5, 2008, the Bagasbas Beach in Daet, Camarines Norte became the converging point for artists from the Philippines, the US, China and Japan for the 2nd Bagasbas Beach International Eco-Art Festival (BBIEAF). Hosted by artist Joaquin Palencia and sponsored by Our Lady of ...


7
Oct 2008
1
Art & Inspiration
Beach Art Part 5

Here is a video of how Bagasbas Beach looked during the preparations for the 2nd BBIEAF. Meet Kawayan De Guia, the blond, blue-eyed, multi-awarded artist and one of Kidlat Tahimik’s sons. He was also part of the 2nd BBIEAF as one of the featured Filipino artists along with Wire Tuazon, ...


6
Oct 2008
1
Art & Inspiration, news
Beach Art, part 4

Surely, we all know the saying, “It’s about the journey, not the destination.”  Similarly for multi-media artist Claro Ramirez, as much as it is about the art, it’s also about the whole process of producing the art. We were able to catch the artist to talk about his ...


5
Oct 2008
0
Art & Inspiration, news
Beach Art, part 3

As part of the series covering the 2nd BBIEAF in Daet, we’re posting here our short interview with Japanese artist Hitoshi Fujiyama as he talks about their experience during their immersion with their assigned local community. Toshi, with the help of his friend Mika Yamaguchi recount how this ...


3
Oct 2008
0
Art & Inspiration, news
Beach Art

We had the pleasure of being invited to attend the 2nd Bagasbas Beach International Eco-Art Festival (BBIEAF) held in Daet, Camarines Norte. The art festival, hosted and organized by artist Joaquin Palencia, saw the coming together of various artists from the Philippines, the US, China and ...