Have you ever imagine yourself being part of a painting or an artwork? Do you know a museum that allows people to touch and interact with their displayed artworks?
If your answer is “NO” to these questions, I won’t blame you as I’ve been to museums that always restrain people from touching or taking photos with the flash on it. People should understand that museums are doing their very best to keep and protect the beauty of their artworks. If you want to have fun and feel awesome in a museum, better visit Art in Island.
ART IN ISLAND is located in 15th Ave., Brgy. Socorro, 1109 Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines. They run from 9:30AM to 9:30PM with Php 500.00 (for adults) and Php 400.00 (for students) entrance fees. It is “one of the biggest 3d Museum in Asia with 3,800 sqm and founded by Yun Jae Kyoung and his Korean partners, with 14 3D artists from Korea working on all the paintings in 4 months”, based on the research that I got.
My Art in Island Experience
Going to Art in Island was very easy for me as I’m residing in Quezon City. I can go there by taxi, jeep or by bus. I went there around 9:40AM on a weekday as I knew that there would be lesser people compared on weekends. I ride a jeep going to Cubao-Kalayaan-Ali Mall, the museum is along the way and you’ll see instantly their signage. I’m with my friend and we paid 500 pesos each for the entrance fee. You will be asked to remove your shoes to protect their artworks on the floor. The moment I entered the museum, I already knew that I will not be disappointed. Art in Island has a lot of stunning 3D artwork.
You can touch it, interact with it and take a lot of photos. My friend and I were astonished how these artworks were made. It was amazingly beautiful and looks so real. We act our part and enjoy every artwork in this museum but it would be more fun if you’ll go there in a group, as you can plan and do a lot of creative shots. We explore the museum for more than two hours and we had an awesome experience. You will see the photos of the artists who made this interactive museum near the exit area.
TIPS: Wear a nice outfit that would complement the artwork, enjoy and be creative in taking photos (check out their sample photos) and come with friends and family.