Arts & Culture

Here's How You Can Safely Enjoy Art in the Park 2021

It's all virtual!

Photography: (FROM LEFT TO RIGHT) Joey De Castro, Henrielle Pagkaliwangan

In case you didn't know, you can enjoy Art in the Park 2021 without leaving your home! The affordable art fair is celebrating its 15th anniversary with eight days of art. It's currently being held virtually and is set to run until February 28!

Just like last year, you get to check out more than 6,000 artworks by hundreds of established and up-and-coming Filipino artists online. New pieces are being uploaded on Art in the Park's website daily until the end of the month. 


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Prices of the artworks are still capped at P50,000, and the online fair will continue to benefit the Museum Foundation of the Philippines in support of their projects and programs for the National Museum of the Philippines and its network.

The lineup of participants include Altro Mondo Gallery, Ang I.n.K., Archivo 1984, Arnold Art Collection, ART LAB: Atelier Cesare & Jean Marie Syjuco, Art Underground, Art Verite Gallery, ART for Space Gallery, Artery Art Space, Artepintura Gallery, Association of Pinoyprintmakers, Avellana Art Gallery, Blanc, Boston Art Gallery, Cevio Art Haus, and College Of St. Benilde. You can check out the full list here!


For more information, visit and follow www.facebook/artinthepark and @artintheparkph on Instagram.

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