All for Art | Bringing People and Art Together

Are you an artist? Do you want to be one? Whatever category you fall into, you will surely love SM’s surprise for you.

What’s the surprise? It’s no other than My City, My SM, My Art.  Geared to bring people and art together, this campaign from SM will allow the novice art appreciator and the expert to enjoy art in convenient ways. With this, the public can see, know and experience art through different exhibits, workshops, film showings and competitions.

In its launching in Cebu last March 16, My City, My SM, My Art has paid tribute to one of Cebu’s greatest artist – Romulo Galicano, known also as the master artist from Carcar City, Cebu.


My City, My SM, My Art also featured various Cebuano artists in a week-long exhibit starting from March 16 to March 23 held at the Atrium of SM SeaSide City. Romulo Galicano’s paintings were present, together with other artworks from Anton Quisumbing, Dennis Montera, Lhee Isabel Taneo, Kidlat and Wyndelle Remonde.


People also had the chance to see the moving film “Taklub” by Brillante Mendoza and “Swap” by Remton Zuasola. Members of the Images Camera Club of Cebu also shared some of their wonderful photographs.

My City, My SM, My Art is bound to take a tour around the Philippines’ key cities, while collaborating with more artists, communities and of course, to the Filipinos.


My City, My SM, My Art is a joint project of SM, the Metropolitan Museum of Manila, the Shell Companies of the Philippines and the Philippine Star with the support from the National Commission for Culture and the Arts and Centerstage Productions.


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