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“Edenic Archipelago” is the first exhibit and auction of Sustainable PH, a non-government organization established by Koleen Davila Palaganas. It is held in collaboration with Art Lounge Manila & Gallery 928 and with the cooperation of Christian+Collective Philippines.

The event is spearheaded by Sustainable PH’s director of arts and culture, an artist herself and missionary, Kristine Lim.

The “Edenic Archipelago” exhibit and auction is a platform to set forth awareness and promote a sustainable mindset that aims to help Filipinos live at the forefront of innovation and ingenuity.

ART pieces anchored by sustainability and biblical principles are highlighted at the ‘Edenic Archipelago’ exhibit.

Christian Collective members together with other artists — Jessa Almirol, Alelia Ariola, Rodel Buban, Anna Escalona, Alfred Galvez, Kristine Lim, Pepe Mendoza, Mr. PXL, Rabi Salvacion, Sherwin Tan, Kristina Valencia and Mimi Viola ‑‑‑‑ will be exhibiting their interpretation of a reimagined Philippines in a state that is completely sustainable guided by biblical principles.

What makes this exhibit different is that the works are used as God’s instruments to love and nurture our only home, Earth.

The exhibit runs at the Art Lounge Manila in Podium until 7 March, during which the auction will be handled by Gallery 928 (online).

The proceeds will be used to mobilize the mission works of Sustainable PH and to help artists who have been affected by the pandemic.

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