Appreciating Agriculture thru Arts (3As)

This activity aims to discuss the importance of jackfruit for food, source of livelihood and economic growth through art-related activities, a cookfest and exhibit tour for the student participants.

Specifically, the activity will enable the students to:

  1. Observe the display at the Jackfruit Fiesta exhibit booth;
  2. Determine the significance of jackfruit with its various uses;
  3. Identify the local varieties of jackfruit; and
  4. Transform their learning into relevant artistic outputs.

Participants are 90 Grade 5 & 6 pupils and High School students with their teacher-coaches from pre-identified schools in Baybay City.

During the activity students will visit the Jackfruit Fiesta exhibit booth of VICAARP-RRDEN at the New Track Oval, Visayas State University. Exhibitors will guide them through the displays with an orientation, pop-up quiz, poster contest, and essay contest. The activity will be part of the series of activities during the International Jackfruit Fiesta.

For more details please contact Ms. Jonalyn G. Saulan, Project Officer or Ms. Melinda P. Petalcorin, Mr. Bethel John L. Sinon and Ms. Emie O. Omila, Co-Project Officers at (053) 563-7635/7183.

Wednesday, August 9, 2017 - 8:00am
VSU New Track Oval, VSU Upper Campus, Baybay City

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