black and white mural (close up of eyes and fingernails)

Fragments of Artivism

creativity
an urban reprieve outside
collective focus

Artivism was a curated street art collaboration of Ilonggo Artists sponsored by the British Council. The gallery in this blog is a collection of fragments I photographed from the complete work which spans a carpark wall (adjacent to Robinson’s Place) in Quezon Street, Iloilo City. Learn more about Artivism here.

© 2017 Melinda J. Irvine


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Written by Melinda J. Irvine

Melinda J. Irvine is a professional writer, small business owner, and daily blogger — helping real people like you find their voice and share their burning message with the world (and their employees). In her spare time, Mel is busy building (and writing) a free online learning centre for the marginalised kids of Estancia, Philippines.

3 comments

    1. Hi! Yes it looks just amazing. There is no way you can do justice to a piece of art of this nature in a few photos so I decided to capture a series of fragments to give an idea of the piece. Thanks for stopping by. Mel

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