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Beat the rainy day blues with some contemporary art and urban music at The Podium’s “Beats and Hues.”

Beats and hues to battle the rainy season

For many, the months of June and July mean saying goodbye to the relaxing yet electrifying sounds and bright hues of summer as dark clouds and rain shadow our cities and prevent us from enjoying the outdoors. But this is no longer true, because it is now possible to bring back bright tunes and hues to your life even if you’re stuck in the metro.

Following several urban art festivals and markets in Bonifacio Global City and Eastwood City, The Podium launched its own today with “Beats and Hues.”

Within the dry walls of The Podium, you can enjoy relaxing tunes of musicians like Triple Fret, The Adam’s Eve and Techy Romantics from 1-3pm. During this time, feel free to observe as local artists sit down and exhibit their talent in a live art display. Some of the artists include Vincent de Pio, Aileen Lanuza, Francis Nacion and Camille Ver.

Triple Fret serenades The Podium crowd with their own instrumental arrangements of classic Filipino artist Freddie Aguilar.

Triple Fret serenades The Podium crowd with their own instrumental arrangements of classic Filipino artist Freddie Aguilar.

And if these live performances are not enough to brighten up your day, then join the team of Sip & Gogh and create your own painting under the watchful guidance of their in-house painters who will be with you every step of the way. Each day, they feature a new painting that they offer to help you paint. Don’t worry about skills or tools because they will provide both. While you paint, they will also be serving you a drink and a plate of snacks to help make you feel like the artist that you are.

The event runs from July 10-16, with Sip & Gogh offering painting sessions from July 10-12. P

Feeling unskilled to paint any of these? Don't underestimate your skills, because the Sip & Gogh team definitely aren't!

Feeling unskilled to paint any of these? Don’t underestimate your skills, because the Sip & Gogh team definitely aren’t!

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