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Art in the Park Goes Online—Again!

Known as the country’s most affordable art fair, this year’s Art in the Park features a collection of over 6,000 artworks from local Filipino artists.

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Art in the Park is once again bringing its much-awaited art collections online. Celebrating its 15th edition this year, the annual exhibit will run for eight days and features a collection of over 6,000 artworks from several veteran and up-and-coming Filipino artists.

First held in 2006, Art in the Park is usually set at Jaime Velasquez Park in Salcedo Village, Makati. Recognized as the country’s most affordable art fair, it is dedicated to making the visual arts accessible and approachable to the common man.

However, with Covid-19 restrictions still in place, this year’s art fair will remain virtual for the second year in a row. From February 21 to 28, over 6,000 works of art from 60 exhibitors will be made available for viewing and purchase at artinthepark.ph, at prices no more than Php 50,000.

Inventory in Isolation: Monday by spotlight artist Henrielle Baltazar Pagkaliwangan - Art in the Park
Inventory in Isolation: Monday by spotlight artist Henrielle Baltazar Pagkaliwangan.
Photos courtesy of Art in the Park


A portion of the fair’s proceeds will continue to support of the Museum Foundation of the Philippines, Inc.

Aside from the virtual art fair, Art in the Park 2021 will also feature an exciting lineup of activities, including a series of online talks, mini documentaries, and special art tutorials for kids.

Follow Art in the Park on Facebook and Instagram to learn more.