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Advocacy: To prevent Art Plagiarism
The avatar emphasizes an artists’ state before and after the plagiarising of his or her works. In the left side, the joyful and colorful side of our avatar portrays the limitless and ever creative mind of an artist. On the contrary, the aftermath of plagiarism could have a detrimental effect to the artist that is why the artist is frowning and his/her art tools are already broken in the right side which signifies the extent of lack of motivation that the artist is feeling, which results fot him/her to no longer pursue art like how he/she used to do.
Mix • Social networking site logos can also be seen in the artists mind for it has become the venue for plagiarism.
Nej • the black and white skin shown expresses how the creative mind of the artist turned to become a limited and narrow one due to such trauma caused by plagiarism.
Nej • lastly, the broken arm embodies the brokenness that the artists feel in terms of his/her financial and emotional aspect brought by such occurrence. • that’s why as an artist we should……..
I often begin my mornings by writing on a notebook. I was able to fill up almost half a notebook for the month of November. I would sketch or draw on occasion but not so much since I started painting on canvases. Being gifted a pen set was a good reminder for me to write and draw more. The fountain pen I used is Faber Castell. It’s bleed-proof, drawn on watercolor paper (Magnani CP), which I plan to paint on in the future. It’s planner-friendly and wc paper-friendly.
Materials: @fabercastellfinewritingph Faber Castell Loom Fountain Pen, Magnani CP 300gsm, Faber Castell H and HB pencils, Muji ruled notebook
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“Baraha sa Babaylan,” a solo exhibition by Brenda V. Fajardo opens at 856G Gallery on Dec. 12. Visual artist, curator, cultural worker, educator and Professor Emirita of the UP Department of Art Studies, Brenda will present her tarot card series. The exhibition runs until January 12, 2019. 856G is at 856 A.S. Fortuna Street, Mandaue, Banilad, Cebu.