November 25, 2017
It’s that time of the year again for Ang Illustrador ng Kabataan (Ang INK), my favorite group of children’s books illustrators’ annual arts and literature festival. This year, Ang INK will be celebrating art and literature on November 26 at St. Vincent School, West Avenue in Quezon City from 10am-6pm. And the good news is admission to their festival is free!
Just seeing their teasers on social media has got me so excited!
Here are three things (but honestly there’s more than three!) to look forward to for this year’s Inkfest:
- They have a full day of events for the arts and literature lovers.
- They have invited writers and illustrators: Arnold Arre, Bernalyn Sastrillo, Borg Sinaban, Jap Mikel, and Jomike Tejido for their writing and illustrating for the young adult session.
- And one of the art exhibits that I enjoy going to every year, their annual art exhibit entitled, Brave New World will open on November 25 at Arts Above, West Venue Building across St. Vincent School.
I am just such a big fan of INKies. Let’s celebrate Filipino art and literature on Sunday!
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