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RL News: A Must-Visit Art Exhibit in Antipolo

View the work of artist Inday Cadapan on March 28 at the Tet and Maggie Showroom

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In celebration of the International Women's Month, artist Inday Cadapan's work will be shown at an exhibit entitled Womanity. Coined from the words “woman” and “humanity," Womanity is inspired by the qualities of a woman and the impact that she has on the lives of others. This exhibit also aims to show Inday Cadapan's unique way of interpreting Womanity as she saw, felt, and lived it.

The exhibit will be held  on March 28, Saturday from 10 A.M. to 6 P.M at the Tet and Maggie Showroom, Beverly Hills Subdivision, Antipolo.

For more details, please contact Tet Aligaen at (02) 754-4125.

Photo courtesy of www.indaycadapan.blogspot.com

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