Do you know where the head of the center is? How about the oldest of the oldest? If you feel like trudging down the past while capturing the present, AboitizLand Inc. is challenging you! In line with Gabii Sa Kabilin 2012, AboitizLand Inc. has unveiled Kabag-uhan: Now and Then Photo Contest - Year 2, a defining moment to highlight the changes that the city has gone through.
Open to all photographers who have a knack for heritage shooting, Kabag-uhan is a novel way of connecting with the past. Seven (7) rendered images of Cebu streetscapes and heritage points from Andoni Aboitiz’s private collection were recently released at AboitizLand’s Official Facebook Page Made for Life (www.facebook.com/MadeForLife) and AboitizLand’s website (www.aboitizland.com) .
Up for the challenge? The task is to identify the location of the rendered images and photograph it in its present state on the exact or closest location. One (1) winner per rendered image will win cash prizes and be featured on AboitizLand's Kabag-uhan: Now and Then Photo Exhibit - Year 2 as part of its participation at Gabii Sa Kabilin 2012. The challenge rolled out last April 16, Monday and will run until May 16.
What are you waiting for? Grab your camera, lenses, batteries and the map and start searching for Cebu’s celebrated heritage points.
Apart from Kabag-uhan: Now and Then Photo Contest and Exhibit, AboitizLand will also be offering Cebu Trivia Night, Heritage Show and Food Festival for Gabii Sa Kabilin 2012 on May 25. Like Made For Life on Facebook to get updated for these AboitizLand’s cultural treats.
The Anvil Awardee Gabii Sa Kabilin (Cebuano for Night of Heritage) is spearheaded by Ramon Aboitiz Foundation Inc. and supported by Visayas Association of Museums and Galleries Inc., local government and private sectors. More museums and heritage points such as Casa Gorordo Museum, Cathedral Museum of Cebu, Fort San Pedro, Museo Sugbo, and local government units await everyone in offering more than the usual heritage experience complete with tartanilla rides and cultural presentation on May 25 from 6PM to midnight