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ArtBreak Kulasa 2: #Ignite

January 7,2015

The Hungergames Trilogy showcased bravery and determination, while the game of thrones mastered strategy. They may be fiction but the reality behind them is that they represent the drive and the burning passion one person can feel about something.

Last year 2013, a new event that showcased the many talents of Scholasticans was witnessed. A project from the Danz Edge and ArtSoc, ARTBREAK KULASA, encouraged musicians from the SOM and members of Sining Tanghalan to participate. It was held in the Social Hall and a lot of Scholasticans came to watch. Due to the success, Danz Edge decided to make a “sequel” and this time they wanted it bigger and better. They sought help from the Junior Association of Management (JAM) to organize the event; from planning to executing every detail that was necessary to make the event as perfect as it can be. The journey to making it happen had not been easy but being well-rounded individuals, we were able to triumphantly rise above the numerous challenges that came our way.

Jem Yamzon (JAM Assistant OLO and Danz Edge officer), Megan Soriaga (JAM Creative Director) and Johnna Austria (JAM President) were the brains behind the successful event. ArtBreak Kulasa 2: #Ignite was nonetheless, the most awaited event that week. On the night of December 28, 2014, all kinds of creativity came together. The smile on every performer’s face was priceless! Singers from SOM serenaded the entire Little Theater, a glimpse of the cold Christmas season coming. Where else can you see the most challenging Wreck This Journal except from the imaginative minds of ArtSoc! A surprising performance from the High School Dance Troup filled the Little Theater with cheers and applause from the audience. Seems that they are not far behind from the footsteps of their sisters in the collegiate level. Hot and sizzling dance performances from Danz Edge pumped up the audience, and left everyone wanting some more but guess they just have to wait for the next ArtBreak Kulasa. Who knows, with the success of this project, it might become a St. Scholastica’s College tradition in the coming years.

Be part of the revolution and unleash the creativity that lies within YOU!

Our sincerest thanks to our fellow Scholasticans for supporting Artbreak Kulasa 2: #Ignite. 

By: Ria Abigail Velarde
Editor-in-Chief, Corporeity, JAM Publication