Benilde celebrates 30 years by examining the past and future
We chose to commemorate our 30 years by posing a question and reflecting on how we have positively contributed to the country and to the world
In celebration of its 30th year as the forefront of innovative and inclusive education, De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (DLS-CSB) reflected on the question “As an institution, how have we been an agent of change?” in a special exhibition that gave light to the college’s mission, values and role in the society.
Entitled “Benilde@30 The Exhibit,” the commemorative display featured a total of 30 collage boxes created by 30 Benildean students and alumni, which presents the 30 communities that the college has partnered with since its humble beginnings in 1988.
A peek through the art installations showcasesd how DLS-CSB has defined its character as a nurturing learning environment that embodies innovation and inclusion. A walk through the gallery, with its walls focusing on a timeline of over 150 achievements and milestones from 1988 to the present, treated the viewers to the college’s journey to become a trusted Lasallian institution.
The exhibition likewise highlighted the bright future as it displays images of the newly opened Benilde Antipolo Campus and the proposed Boracay Campus together with the models of the college’s three major buildings simultaneously being constructed.
“We chose to commemorate our 30 years by posing a question and reflecting on how we have positively contributed to the country and to the world,” Architect Gerry Torres, the curator and director of the Center for Campus Art (CCA), shared. “This exhibit posits an answer,” he added.
The show is made possible through the efforts of the CCA and the Lasallian Mission and Student Life.
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