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Artists join community pantry bandwagon, to open own version at Artfull Cafe

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BACOLOD CITY, Negros Occidental, Philippines – Artists here are joining community efforts to help each other by opening a pantry of their own.

A sample of the creation of fashion designer Edwin Benitez who will be helping raise funds for the community pantry of artists.  Photo from Edwin Benitez thru Rudy Reveche used with permission
A sample of the creation of fashion designer Edwin Benitez who will be helping raise funds for the community pantry of artists. | Photo from Edwin Benitez thru Rudy Reveche used with permission

Renowned theater artist Rudy Reveche said local artists will open their Artists’ + Community Pantry this Monday, April 26 at the Artfull Art Gallery along Lacson Street near 18th Aguinaldo.

The gallery cum coffeeshop is owned by visual artists Tata Sevilleno and Beto Tiano, who is also frontman of the jazz band Nancy Brew.

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Reveche called for help and asked the following to do their share.

A sample of the creation of fashion designer Edwin Benitez who will be helping raise funds for the community pantry of artists.  Photo from Edwin Benitez thru Rudy Reveche used with permission
A sample of the creation of fashion designer Edwin Benitez who will be helping raise funds for the community pantry of artists. | Photo from Edwin Benitez thru Rudy Reveche used with permission

Below is the message of Reveche:

How to help

FOR ARTISTS

You can share anything from pre-loved art materials or art stuff that you have not used. Some of our students and fellow artists also need a little help with their stash. Share yours!

A sample of the creation of fashion designer Edwin Benitez who will be helping raise funds for the community pantry of artists.  Photo from Edwin Benitez thru Rudy Reveche used with permission
A sample of the creation of fashion designer Edwin Benitez who will be helping raise funds for the community pantry of artists. | Photo from Edwin Benitez thru Rudy Reveche used with permission

Pwede guid kahatag sang artworks or inyo gusto nga ihalad nga talento para sa kalingawan sang mga abyan ta pantry. Indi lang man sa materyal nga bagay kita makabulig, pwede man ini sa paagi nga makapa-yuhum sa aton isigkatawo. City of Smiles man ayhan kita.

A sample of the creation of fashion designer Edwin Benitez who will be helping raise funds for the community pantry of artists.  Photo from Edwin Benitez thru Rudy Reveche used with permission
A sample of the creation of fashion designer Edwin Benitez who will be helping raise funds for the community pantry of artists. | Photo from Edwin Benitez thru Rudy Reveche used with permission

FOR FRIENDS:

You can share to our community pantry the following:

  1. Food and Drinks
  2. Books and Reading Materials
  3. Pre-loved Clothes
  4. Slippers
  5. Basic Safety Essentials like alcohol, face masks, face shields
  6. Anything that you can share will be most welcome.
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KUHA LANG SANG KINAHANGLAN, HATAG SANG INYO MASARANGAN (Get for what you need, give according to what you can)

A sample of the creation of fashion designer Edwin Benitez who will be helping raise funds for the community pantry of artists.  Photo from Edwin Benitez thru Rudy Reveche used with permission
A sample of the creation of fashion designer Edwin Benitez who will be helping raise funds for the community pantry of artists. | Photo from Edwin Benitez thru Rudy Reveche used with permission

We are open Mondays to Saturdays and you can start giving your help on Saturday, April 24th from 8AM – 5PM and closed on Sundays.

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Julius D. Mariveles
Julius D. Mariveles
An amateur cook who has a mean version of humba, the author has recently tried to make mole negra, the Mexican sauce he learned by watching shows of master chef Rick Bayless. A journalist since 19, he has worked in the newsrooms of radio, local papers, and Manila-based news organizations. A stroke survivor, he now serves as executive editor of DNX.

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