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Art in the Park 2020 Has Gone Online. Here's What You Need to Know

Starting today, August 10.
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If you're still upset about this year's edition of Art in the Park being postponed, then have we got news for you: Art in the Park 2020 is virtual.

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The organizers have brought the affordable art fair online with little to no changes. By that, we mean, you still get to check out over 2,600 art pieces with a cap of P50,000. One of the biggest differences is that you'll be checking out the fair out the comfort of your home. 

Other changes are more welcome, such as the one-day affair becoming a week-long one that started today, August 10 through August 17. Plus, new artworks will be uploaded to the site daily to keep it fun and exciting for everyone.

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The lineup of participants include Silverlens, UP College of Fine Arts, J Studio, Tin-Aw. Vinyl on Vinyl, Ang I.N.K., Archivo 1984, ART LAB: Atelier Cesare & Jean Marie Syjuco, Art Underground, Art Verite Gallery, Avellana Art Gallery, Blanc, Boston Art Gallery, Potters' Groups, and more. Check out the full list here.

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The art fair is very immersive as it has partnered with Globe Platinum for events such as a lottery and auction which will no doubt keep you glued to the site.

Every day at 5 p.m. is Globe Platinum hour. Art in the Park Online's live programs and videos will feature one of these artists: Richard Quebral, Robert Alejandro, Reena Gabriel, and Marti Franca. Spectators will be given a rare glimpse into the process of the creation of the artist’ works.





To evoke the annual experience which always has a sumptuous array of food, Art in the Park has also partnered with restaurants, bakeries, and more for an impressive selection of food, drinks, and snacks to nibble on while you're browsing the site. 

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Paolo Chua
Paolo Chua is the Associate Style Editor of Esquire Philippines.
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