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Art in Island

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Art in Island

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175 15th Ave. Cubao, Quezon City, Luzon 1109 Philippines
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SantolanManila Metro Rail21 min
KatipunanManila Light Rail23 min
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Jane V wrote a review Mar 2020
Quezon City, Philippines29 contributions6 helpful votes
it's a one-of-a-kind showcase of art. The 3-dimensional paintings give one a feeling of being one with it. It allows you to interact with it and enjoy the exciting experience. One should know how to do it. It is also an experience of knowing the special landmarks of other countries. It's an expereince how to be a child again. :-)
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Date of experience: January 2020
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milo_dapilos wrote a review Mar 2020
Quezon City, Philippines2 contributions1 helpful vote
Explore your creativity on all the pictures you can capture with their backgrounds and enjoy all the amazing things you can do inside the vicinity
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Date of experience: February 2020
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84Cerberus84 wrote a review Feb 2020
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This was the second time I've gone to art in island, but this time with my nephew. Looking at the exhibit, even after 3 years, it is very much the same with some parts showing some wear, but not on a lot of exhibits/paintings. There is a new 'wing' but i'd rather call it a hallway and room. It has a separate ticket price but for the novelty, it was worth the experience just once. But this new area needs a good night mode camera/sensor. Overall, it was an enjoyable experience since my nephew had a lot of fun. But I don't see a reason to come back again as it is more of the same. Even the hourly light show (5 to 10minute projection on walls) hasn't changed from years back. There honestly needs to be something else to bring people back. I fear this place is losing visitors, with the exception on mandatory school tours. I really hope they are able to do some changes to entice people to come back. Price isn't the issue, the novelty has worn out for adults as there isn't anything new to take photos of.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Jodi J wrote a review Feb 2020
Melbourne, Australia26 contributions45 helpful votes
Amazing place, worth the visit! Loads of fun.. Sort of stuck out in nowhere’s land so make sure you take a taxi that knows the area(many who don’t in Manila)
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Daring Darling wrote a review Jan 2020
Quezon City, Philippines3 contributions
A 500-peso bill, a camera (nevermind the quality), an hour, and a photographer (or model) are all it takes to fill your memory disk in an hour. Because every painting and every angle give different glimpse of a story, and you don't want your audience to miss any of it. The alternative challenge is to shift into a pose that gives a unique story --- that is a photo that can sell. Entrance fee won't be worth the while for all personalities. For those people who are merely curious and care about the beauty of the work, spare yourself from the queue. It's not worth the photo. You can visit the museum via the internet. The work here is fantastic, but for those who are not into arts, it's too much to absorb in one visit, and you'll end up less appreciative, yawning and grumpy in the later parts of the tour. For artists, many lessons can be gained here. For people, who enjoys grooming their virtual profiles, this is a paradise for you.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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