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Creative women, harmony and unity


Imbentu Famalao’an IV opened at Lees Reyes Art Gallery in Tumon Sands Plaza on May 26. The exhibit, which will run until July 2, showcases more than 60 contemporary artworks by dozens of veteran and upcoming women artists on Guam.

Harmony: Hannah Joy Abellera, an 11th grade student from Okkodo High School, won this year’s congressional art competition themed “Exploring Guam.” Abellera’s piece, titled "The Embracement of Guam's Harmony," will be displayed in the U.S. Capitol for one year.


Unity:  The Guam Department of Education hosted its annual high school art

 exhibition at Micronesia Mall from May 3 to 5, featuring a body of work by high students.

    “The annual art exhibition is a culmination of a year's worth of learning, experimentation, and artistic growth,” according to the agency’s Fine Arts Department.

    The department collaborated with Guam Council of Arts and Humanities Agency to mount the art show with this year's theme, "Unity: GDOE’s Emerging Artists."   

“The annual art event is a vibrant celebration of creativity and mentorship. It shines a spotlight on the talent of our young artists, giving them a chance to showcase their artistry and innovation,” Education Superintendent Erik Swanson said.

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