Estuario: Kultura Del Riyos Y El Mar
Across the rivers and seas, their stories will be told.
Estuario or estuary is the part of the river that meets the sea. It symbolizes convergence – the joining and blending of ideologies, encouraged by the members of PLASOZ or the Pinturas en Lienzos Artists Society Zamboanga City.
Long before the indigenous tribes of Samboangan roamed into their territories, the rivers did not stop flowing; it is persistent to be one with the sea.
In celebration of National Indigenous People’s Month, PLASOZ dedicates their group exhibition, “Estuario: Kultura del Riyos y el Mar” to the ancestors of the estuaries of Zamboanga, where stories long ago forgotten will once again be told.
On October 06, 2022, the NCCA Gallery will be open to the public for visits.
Our Gallery hours are from Mondays to Thursdays, 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM and Fridays & Saturdays, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Closed on Sundays.
Please take note of our current guidelines regarding visits:
Only ten (10) individuals at a time will be allowed inside the Gallery.
Fully vaccinated individuals are allowed entry. Vaccination cards shall be checked.
Unvaccinated minors will be allowed to enter but must be accompanied by a fully vaccinated individual.
NO appointment necessary, WALK-INS are welcome!
“Estuario: Kultura del Riyos y el Mar” a group exhibition by Pinturas en Lienzos Artists Society of Zamboanga City (PLASOZ) is exhibited from October 06 – 31, 2022 at the NCCA Gallery.
For more information on our Exhibits visit: https://bit.ly/NCCAGallery
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