Gabii sa Kabillin 2011 Features Cebu’s Alternative Contemporary Art Studio

Gabii sa Kabilin 2011 features an interesting facade of Cebu’s arts and culture as it includes the Sacred Heart Parish Alternative Contemporary Art Studio as one of its participating attractions for this year’s night of heritage – May 27, 2011, 6PM to 12MN.  See full list of Museums and Galleries here.

Sacred Heart Parish Alternative Contemporary Art Studio is the only  place in the City wherein you can have a glimpse of a gallery that features beyond the norms masterpieces that reflect the Cebuano artists expressions of non-conformity wherein beauty is portrayed in various odd ways.

The Sacred Heart Alternative Gallery features an Art fair (including pieces by Cebu Artists Inc., Tente Pusod, Tuslob Buwa, Cebu Art Association, Academy Artists, Nueves Artists, Pintal Group. The gallery also features the other side of architects and photography and art pieces by independent artists.

The photo above is one of the featured artworks curated by JV Castro as part of the Garden Grotesque gallery presentation that will conclude on May 28, 2011. Click here for more Alternative Art Contemporary Studio Photos.  If you need more information about this studio, kindly contact Fr. Jason K. Dy, S. J. at +63 915 591 4217. E-mail inquiries can be sent to

Gabii sa Kabilin 2011 other featured Museums

Aside from the Sacred Heart Parish Alternative Contemporary Art Studio, Gabii sa Kabilin also featured a lot of Cebu cultural museums that you should not miss to visit.

This photo is the bust of Dr. Ramon Abellana’s granddaughter.  Dr. Ramon Abellana is an award-winning sculptor.  A few of his works are displayed in the Cebu Normal University Museum.  Check this link for more photos.

For a complete list of Gabii sa Kabilin 2011 featured museums and attractions, kindly visit this link.

About Gabii sa Kabilin

“Gabii sa Kabilin” is Cebuano for Night of Heritage, and patterned after the long night of museums in Germany and other European countries. The event is designed to daw foreign and local tourists, but most especially Cebuanos, to visit the museums. It aims to reinforce the belief that local museums are venues for the understanding and appreciation of Cebuano history and culture. But beyond that it also discounts the stereotype of museums as mere repositories of “dead objects”; rather, as venues for live cultural activities. Read more here.

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4 Responses to Gabii sa Kabillin 2011 Features Cebu’s Alternative Contemporary Art Studio

  1. nonoy says:

    Too bad I’m still in Davao right now; I would have gone to this exhibit;

    I also wish I can watch Sun Scream 2011 too, where Urbandub and Powerspoonz are going to perform.

  2. Grace says:

    What I miss most about Cebu is the sense of culture. Whenever I visit (once in a blue moon) it’s like a mad rush to gorge on what I’ve missed in the arts and culture scene.

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