When South Arts Festival (formerly Art In The South) began in April 2017, they had the privilege of being a part of Muntinlupa City’s Centennial celebration. Of course, there were really a lot of programs, projects and events that kicked off in Muntinlupa’s 100th year anniversary. While there are still many of those events and programs ongoing, it is endearing for organizers of South Arts Festival that the City of Muntinlupa, through their Cultural and Tourism Development Office (CTDO), has once again blessed us with their support.
Muntinlupa City’s CTDO head Juby Engo recently pledged her support to South Arts Festival, which she named as one of the city’s most colorful cultural events.
“There are a lot of reasons to visit Muntinlupa, and I’m happy that our event can include art as one of those main reasons to come to this part of the map,” says South Arts Festival organizer JJ Duque.
“There are a lot more art projects and programs that will be worked on with the City of Muntinlupa. Apart from the annual South Arts Festival, we will continue to brainstorm for creative ways with which to make the art scene flourish in the city, and it is inspiring to know that the Cultural and Tourism office of the city is very supportive,” Duque adds.
The CTDO of Muntinlupa City will have their own display during the South Arts Festival. They will be highlighting their own projects with regards to culture and tourism as well as promote important tourist destinations in the city.
For example, did you know that the smallest lake in the Philippines can be found in Muntinlupa?
For sure, guests of South Arts Festival will discover more about Muntinlupa city through the very efficient CTDO.
South Arts Festival happens on April 22, 2018 10am to 9pm at The Filinvest Tent, Filinvest City, Alabang, Muntinlupa City.