The Philippine Artists Group of CanadaSome press releases of the Philippine Artists Group of Canada
Decade 4 Begins – PAG 2019 Art Exhibit
Decade 4 Begins, an annual Art Exhibition in Celebration of the Anniversary of the 121st Declaration of Philippine Independence and the Filipino Heritage Month Celebrations.
6:00PM – 9:30PM, Thursday, June 27, 2019; Show runs from June 24 to July 21, 2019
(Monday, Wednesday and Friday – 9:00am to 4:30pm; Tuesday and Thursday – 9:00am to 9:30pm)
Neilson Park Creative Centre
56 Neilson Drive, Toronto, ON M9C 1V7 Telephone: 416-622-5294 www.neilsonparkcreativecentre.com
Philippine Artists Group of Canada with PhilConGen and Manny Baldemor - Mississauga Valley Park PAG together with PhilConGen Toronto and Manny Baldemor at Mississauga Valley Park, Ontario
Special Commemorative Limited Collectors Edition Print(s), the first ever from the Philippine Artists Group of Canada. Reproduced from the original artworks of Art B. Cunanan (“The Palace Garden-Monaco”, watercolour), Rol P. Lampitoc, Sr. (“Love”, pastel), Romi C....
Some PAG members at Neilson Park Creative Centre before the exhibit.
PAG final meeting in Kalayaan Cultural Community Centre before their show.
PAG meeting in Kalayaan Cultural Community Centre before their exhibit.
Thank you very much Rosemer and the whole Enverga family for hosting the PAG Christmas Party 2018! We had fun! God bless everyone.
By Michelle Chermaine Ramos (Disclosure: Author is a member of PAG.) A mainstay in the Filipino community’s cultural history, the Philippine Artists Group of Canada celebrated its 30th anniversary on June 23, 2018 with their annual summer art show held at Neilson Park...
Photos by Rene Sevilla
An annual Art Exhibition in Celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the Philippine Artists Group of Canada and the 120th Anniversary of the Declaration of Philippine Independence. Our Journey: 30 years and counting The heart of the immigrant resides between two...
Another Happy Christmas Party of the "Philippine Artists Group of Canada (PAG)" with the family of the late Canadian Senator Jun Enverga and friends.
We will miss you Senator "Jun" Tobias Enverga. The 61-year-old Filipino-Canadian Senator achieved many firsts during his lifetime; he was the first Filipino-Canadian ever appointed to the Senate and the first Filipino-Canadian elected in the City of Toronto. The first...
Halo-Halo Festival - Celebrating the Rich and Diverse Cultural Heritage of the 7,107 Islands of the Philippines