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  1. 1. WAPAAk! 2 : Lipad eba! Lipad March 31, 2012 -Aug 27, 2012 |Victor Oteyza Community Art Space PRESS RELEASECONTACT: Ceres CanilaoMOBILE: 0917-507-5131EMAIL: ceres.marie@yahoo.comWomen Artists take on the concept of freedomMarch is Women’s Month and local women artists are not about to let the monthend without a strike—an art attack that is. The general public is invited to theopening of an all-women’s exhibit entitled WAPAAK! 2: Lipad Eba! Lipad!The theme of the exhibit focuses on the subject of ‘Freedom’. Local women artistsexplore, define, describe, idealize or even critic this idea through their works. Theidea of freedom encompasses a wide range of concepts, so the artists involved eithershow very general interpretations or focus on particular types of freedom such asbut not limited to: freedom of choice, political freedom, artistic freedom, andreligious freedom. Regardless of the type of freedom they choose to portray, thecommonality of their works rests in their WOMANity. This womanity acts like afilter that processes her experiences of the world. The fruits of these experiences aregiven life through the different artworks presented in the exhibit.The first WAPAAK! exhibit was held in August last year. WAPAAK! is an acronym forWomen’s Artistic Production and Action Kickstarter. The exhibit hopes to continueproviding women artists, especially budding artists, a venue for expressing theircreative and artistic production.WAPAAK! 2: Lipad Eba! Lipad! opens on March 31, 2012 at 5PM at the VictorOteyza Community Art Space (VOCAS) located at the 5th level of La Azotea Bldg.,Session Road, Baguio City. There will be a short program featuring performances bysome of the artists and other guests. The show will run until April 27, 2012.Entrance is free.

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