Women are honored and celebrated this month in Intramuros, Manila as the art exhibit and art installation of visual artist and Philippine Navy Ambassador, Kristine Lim, entitled The Redemption of Eve (Ang Hustisya Ni Eba), was unveiled on March 1.
The event was graced by Manila Councilor Uno Lim, MGen Joseph Ferrous Cuison PN (M), together with John Arcilla, senior tourism officer of Intramuros Administration, Patrick Maglinao, JCI president, Johannes Chua, editor of Liwayway, Gemmalyn Crosby, Mon Coloma, guest artist from Australia, and Pastor Monique Lopez Ong. Joining them also were Philippine Navy officers and personnel, women from PNOWHA, JCI QC Capitol Officers.
The masterpieces of religious and artistic outreach collective Artist on a Mission, Kristine Lim, and her works will be used as the Women’s Month cover and will be featured in Liwayway Magazine. The actual artworks for the magazine are on view at Fort Santiago, Intramuros, Manila for the whole month of March at iMake History Fortress LEGO Education Center, Fort Santiago, Intramuros, Manila. The exhibit runs until March 31.
Liwayway is the leading Tagalog magazine published in the Philippines since 1922. It is the first and oldest Tagalog magazine in the country. It contains Tagalog serialized novels, short stories, poetry, serialized comics, essays, news features, entertainment news and articles, and many others. Liwayway plays an integral role in the history of the country as it has always been upholding the Philippines’ literature, arts, and culture up to this day.
The Redemption of Eve is presented by the Department of Tourism—Philippines, Intramuros Administration, and Art Lounge Manila; in partnership with Naval Reserve Command, 22nd Naval Group Reserve, Nfr-Ncr, Naval Reserve Center National Capital Region, NRPAU—Naval Reserve Public Affairs Unit, JCI Quezon City Capitol; in cooperation with Sustainable PH, OM Philippines, and Artists On A Mission.