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SM Mall of Asia and Philippine High School for the Arts ignite creativity with “Sining at Kabataan”

SM Mall of Asia teams up with the Philippine High School for the Arts (PHSA) for the “Sining at Kabataan” showcase.

SM Mall of Asia (MOA) partnered with the prestigious Philippine High School for the Arts (PHSA) and the PHSA Ibarang Alumni Association to showcase the dynamic talents of young Filipino artists.

Philippine High School for the Arts (PHSA) Pangkat Mananayaw

The “Sining at Kabataan” performance showcase, held on April 21 at the MOA Main Mall Atrium, offered an inspiring display of creativity. Visitors enjoyed a captivating program featuring music, indigenous dance, ballet, theatre, and creative writing.

Ethnic Craze (group dance by Makiling Dance)

Hiraya group dance by Maquiling Ballet

From April 19-22, a stunning Visual Arts Exhibit displayed the exceptional works of PHSA’s young visual artists, offering a glimpse into the future of Philippine art.

Beatrice Cena and Agung Sicam perform a guitar duet.

“With over 4 million people visiting our 85 malls nationwide daily, we are committed to providing a platform for artistic expression that comes alive through performances,” said SM Supermalls’ Senior Vice President for Marketing Joaquin San Agustin.

SM Supermalls’ Senior Vice President for Marketing Joaquin San Agustin

This exciting collaboration between MOA and PHSA not only celebrates artistic talent but also fosters a thriving cultural hub within SM.

For details on exciting SM Supermalls events, visit www.smsupermalls.com or follow @SMSupermalls on social media.

Written by Village Connect

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