This post is also available in: SpanishLast Thursday the 17th, the Patronato Benéfico Oriental (PBO) relaunched the main gallery of Altos de Chavón under a new contemporary concept: WAO Gallery, with two exhibitions; the projects and programs of the Patronato Benéfico Oriental on the first level, and the viewing of the documentary and photography show “El Naturalista Isleño” by conservationist photographer Eladio Fernández on the second level.
WAO Gallery and Cultural Center by PBO
The WAO (We Are One) Gallery and Cultural Center brings art, culture, and visual creativity to the heart of Altos de Chavón, returning our beloved village to its origins as an artist village. The carefully curated art exhibits by some of the most relevant figures in the international art scene, combined with innovative activities by daring visual creators and cultural activities such as movie screenings, talks, and open sessions with artists and visual innovators, seek to foster appreciation and love for art, culture, and innovation within our local and international community.
PBO Social Outreach Photo Exhibit – 1st floorA special collection of photographs showcasing the social work and communities impacted by Patronato Benéfico Oriental (PBO), a social impact organization founded in 1976 by a small group of inspiring ladies who had the vision to establish a center offering children education, health care, and a space for their integral development.
This collection will be up until April 17th and includes emotive photographs by camera artists Bryan de la Cruz, Quennie Paniagua, Ariel Skelly y Omar Kuret.