Art in Island – New Place to See

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“This world is but a canvas to our imagination,” said Henry David Thoreau. What better way to capture the world through photography.

Our generation is blessed to be able to access to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other forms of social media. According to Facebook, photos are the primary content type posted and shared on this site. There are about 300 millions of photos uploaded on Facebook everyday. As taking and seeing photos are ordinary task nowadays, it is a challenge to get stand out in a clutter. So why not post something different once in a while so you friends will be amazed, such as having a photo shoot inside the Art in Island.

Entrance fee is P 500 pesos for an adult and P400 pesos for children and senior citizens. Children below three feet are free.

Being here and taking photos produce amazing photos that can be post in your Facebook and Instagram account from the largest 3D museum in Asia in terms of the number of 3D paintings. The 3,800 square-meter, two-storey museum is also home to around 200 masterpieces founded by Yun Jae Kyoung and his Korean partners, with 14 3D artists from Korea.

Important things to bring before going to Art in the Island are socks, because you have to take off your shoes. It is crucial to bring a good camera so you don’t spoil your visit to the place since a flash is not allowed. For better result, take something that is well lighted and better be with somebody since a tripod is not allowed inside the museum. If you’re a loner, there’s a lot of attendants from whom  you can request to have your photos taken but not in all art locations. If you want your photos to be more realistic, bring some props or costumes.

More Photos of Inside Art in Island here

There are available sample photos and instruction posted almost in every side of the paintings and markers where the camera man will position him or herself for better realistic results of your photos. Take your time before taking photos but please be mindful to others too. My tip is to visit the place during weekdays in the afternoon so that you will have more time in every canvass.

Art in Island is located at 175 15th Ave. Brgy. Socorro, Cubao, Quezon City. You can use your waze as what I do when gauging an unfamiliar place. Operating hours are from 9:30AM-9:30PM every  Tuesday to Sunday only; no Monday except on holidays.

Art in Island

Official Facebook Website here

Admission Fee: 500 Adult, 400 Student, Senior Citizens and PWD

Operating Hours Tuesday – Sunday 9:30AM-9:30PM

Address: 175 15th Ave. Brgy. Socorro, Cubao, Quezon City

Contact Number: (02) 421-1356

Email: artinisland@gmail.com

How to get there:Art in Island Map

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Kit is a self-taught photographer who possesses an insatiable desire to capture and freeze through his lens remarkable moments that revolve around travel, food, sports and special events. A registered nurse by profession, Kit traces back his passion for visual media when his camera has become his constant companion to his various medical missions and travels. His photographic works can be viewed at the TheSideTripper.com and Imahe.net, website he established that feature collections of photographs and blogs about the many travel and food tripping adventures of his family and friends. He also undertakes freelance assignments for online and print publications, most recently at Motorcycle Magazine where he is a contributor. He may be reached at admin@thesidetripper.com.

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