Another ‘art’ made by activist group ‘Panday Sining’ was found in Araullo High School in Manila City, despite the warning of Mayor Isko Moreno against them.
In the photos posted by Daily Tribune, messages like ‘Aktibista, hindi terorista’ and ‘Makatwiran ang Maghimasik’ was painted along the walls of the said public school in Manila.
The message also included the initials used by Panday Sining when they painted the walls of Lagusnilad underpass.
The management of Araullo High School expressed their disappointment for what the activist group did to their wall.
According to Rosanna Nilo, Science Department head of Araullo High School,
“Hindi ako sang ayon sa ginawa kung sino mang kabataan na gumawa doon sa pagsulat sa wall ng school, actually isang paglapastangan yun sa kagandahan ng paligid natin, kasi gusto natin malinis ang paligid natin,” said Nilo.
“Ang Mayor natin nag sisikap na maging maayos ang lungsod, maging maaliwalas,” she added.
She was saddened by the act of Panday Sining because they wanted Araullo to be clean all the time.
“Nakakalungkot na ang mga batang ito parang hindi nila naiisip, o parang hindi sila natuturuan sa bahay nang appreciation ng magandang paligid, sana maturuan sila,” she said.
Nila vowed that they’re not going to stop teaching their students how to be clean and painting walls without permission.
Mayor Isko Moreno is not yet giving a statement over the new case of art protest in his city.
Last week, Moreno expressed disappointment over the art protest made by Panday Sining and called it vandalism.
“Yung may sakit ang ipapainom ko sa kanila ‘yung ‘art’ niyo? Pagagamot ko sa kanila ‘art’ niyo? Ibibili ko ng pako, semento para maitayo yung bahay ay ipambubura ko lang nito?” Moreno said.
“Masaya kayo diba? Art to eh, this is your art,” he added.