THE COLLEGE of Fine Arts and Design (CFAD) marked the first year of its solo existence eventfully last Nov. 15 to17.

A holy mass opened the three-day festivity.

The perennial motorcade signalled the onset of the celebration. It was later on followed by a kite flying contest and a sportsfest for the CFAD students.

In addition, the College also ran an exhibit, which displayed the best plates and artworks of Fine Arts students in the previous years.

Prior to the split, CFAD, together with the College of Architecture, formed part of the College of Architecture and Fine Arts for 70 years. Teodoro Lorenzo A. Fernandez

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