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MMA 1 Holds Comic Exhibit



Media Center, Lux Building – the inauguration of Multimedia Freshmen’s exhibit Comic Relief took place from March 17, 2015. The exhibit comprised of one-page comic strips made by the students for their Intermediate Drawing class along with a corresponding poster and cover.

The ribbon was cut at around 12:30 PM by Dr. Felma Tria, the college’s dean, with the presence of Mr. Joey Reboredo, the professor of the said class. Juice and finger foods such as sandwiches, chips, and cookies were also given to the guests soon after.

The exhibit ran until March 20, 2015 at around 5 PM.

Each exhibit plate was done with watercolour, poster paint and/or acrylics, and was standarly 12” by 18” big. Above hung the artist’ name and avatar to express their individuality.