On November 25, 2019, the UST Museum mounted its third Christmaseum exhibition entitled Harmonia Superna: Let Heaven Rejoice, featuring the kinetic artworks of the students from the BFA Industrial Design program (College of Fine Arts and Design) at the UST Museum – Main Gallery.
UST Museum Director fr. Isidro C. Abano, O.P. said the exhibition was in praise of the harmony of God’s entire universal creation.
“Christmaseum will always make the UST Museum a special place where Christmas begins in the campus,” Abaño said.
“[This exhibition is] a great opportunity for the students of College of Fine Arts and Design to experience an actual exhibition design.”
Under the supervision of Industrial Design Department Chair Mr. Romano Macaisa, MFA, the classes of 1IND1, 1IND2, and 1IND3 (Materials Design Class); and 2IND1, 2IND2, and 2IND3 (Model Construction Class) crafted the celestial objects and angels that unified both motion and light that illuminate the centerpiece: the Nativity scene.
The exhibit can be viewed until January 3, 2020.