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Park Inn by Radisson Bacolod’s he-ART-fully welcomes the festive season with back-to-back celebrations

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Park Inn by Radisson Bacolod’s he-ART-fully welcomes the festive season with back-to-back celebrations.

Park Inn by Radisson Bacolod he-ART-fully celebrates the beginning of the yuletide season through a complete showcase of art, dance, and music.

Shapes, Shades & Scapes, a one man show by Mr. Edbon Sevilleno.
Shapes, Shades & Scapes, a one man show by Mr. Edbon Sevilleno.

The occasion began with the launching of Shapes, Shades & Scapes, a solo exhibit featuring the works of Negros-born artist Edbon Sevilleno. The abstract showcase provides viewers with an ethereal experience of finding images and shapes within and behind other forms, providing a safe passage through the composition. Local prominent figures of the Negros art scene, such as Mr. Eduardo “Eddie Boy” Ledesma, and Ms. Ligaya “Gaying” Lizares were invited to cut the ribbon together with artist Edbon Sevilleno and Park Inn by Radisson Bacolod, Front Office Manager, Mr. Archie Javellana.

Shapes, Shades & Scapes exhibit ribbon cutting led by Mr. Edbon Sevilleno, the artist, Ms. Ligaya “Gaying” Lizares, Mr. Eduardo “Eddie Boy” Ledesma, guests of honor and Mr. Archie Javellana, Front Office Manager, Park Inn by Radisson Bacolod (L-R).
Shapes, Shades & Scapes exhibit ribbon cutting led by Mr. Edbon Sevilleno, the artist, Ms. Ligaya “Gaying” Lizares, Mr. Eduardo “Eddie Boy” Ledesma, guests of honor and Mr. Archie Javellana, Front Office Manager, Park Inn by Radisson Bacolod (L-R).
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“What we have here (exhibit) is the kind of art that reveals the limits of our understanding, the one that lets you abandon superficial perspectives,” said Archie Javellana, Front Office Manager of Park Inn by Radisson Bacolod

As guests marveled at the fascinating display of artworks, Christmas cheer spurred at the venue with the entrance of dancers (Yuri Crew) initially poised as guests at the gallery center. The dance signaled the start of another affair, the ceremonial tree lighting. Guests were directed to Marapara Plaza (Pool Deck), where a 15-foot tree awaited its lighting.

Yuri Crew dancing at Art Cove signaling the transition to the next part of occasion.
Yuri Crew dancing at Art Cove signaling the transition to the next part of occasion.

Ushered by the dancers, Ms. Julia Javellana, Assistant Mall Manager of SM City Bacolod & Mr. Sherwin Lucas, General Manager of Park Inn by Radisson Bacolod, led the ceremonial lighting.

Left Photo: The Ceremonial Lighting of the Christmas tree led by, Ms. Julia Javellana, Assistant Mall Manager of SM City Bacolod & Mr. Sherwin Lucas, General Manager of Park Inn by Radisson Bacolod.  Right Photo: Delivering the message from the Bacolod City Mayor Albee Benitez, Ms. Carmeli Bantug-Zayco, Executive Assistant to the Mayor.
Left Photo: The Ceremonial Lighting of the Christmas tree led by, Ms. Julia Javellana, Assistant Mall Manager of SM City Bacolod & Mr. Sherwin Lucas, General Manager of Park Inn by Radisson Bacolod. Right Photo: Delivering the message from the Bacolod City Mayor Albee Benitez, Ms. Carmeli Bantug-Zayco, Executive Assistant to the Mayor.
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Lifting the mood to a holly-jolly beat, dancers performed to an altitude as the Christmas Tree lights up the deck. Guest of Honor, Ms. Carmeli Bantug – Zayco, representative of Bacolod City Mayor Alfredo “Albee” Benitez, delivered a message of greetings from the mayor.

“Christmas is a season of reminiscing the vibrant colors of our youth and rediscovering the sentiments of our hearts – and for us, it’s gratefulness. We dedicate today’s occasion to the people who followed and supported our journey to becoming the Park Inn by Radisson Bacolod that we are today,” said Sherwin Lucas, General Manager of Park Inn by Radisson Bacolod.

The De La Salle Chorale Bacolod singing Christmas Carols.
The De La Salle Chorale Bacolod singing Christmas Carols.

The Christmas launch featured musical performances from the De La Salle chorale Bacolod. To cap off the night, guests embark on a festival gourmet journey with a Thanksgiving and Christmas-inspired spread with a carving station featuring fine roasts, maple turkey and desserts that speak of the holidays.

Thanksgiving Carving Station
Thanksgiving Carving Station
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