Project Baby Pink Turn-over

Sept 10th at the MoNA.

Paulina Constancia had the pleasure of turning over the Project Baby Pink collection to My Refuge House (MRH). Present at the simple turn-over ceremony were Rose Anne Obenque of MRH, American Psychologist Dr. Yvonne and husband Wig.


The Project Baby Pink collection is seen here turned over to Rose Anne Obenque of My Refuge House and American Psychologist Dr. Yvonne.


Paulina showing some of the PBP collection and title cards to Dr. Yvonne.


“Very powerful images from a psychological perspective”, says Dr. Yvonne.


Here’s a photo of the Project Baby Pink collection while on display at the lobby of West Gorordo Hotel.

Learn more about Project Baby Pink (PBP), watch this video

Learn more about My Refuge House


CURVE at the Park (Part 1)


Yesterday was the last day of Women’s Month and I had the great privilege of sharing
The Curve Project at the Family Park with the following organizations:
Inter-agency Council Against Trafficking Region 7; Anti-Child Pornography and Violence Against Women & Children (IACAT 7 –ACP- VAWC), Women’s Organizations in Cebu
at the
Women’s Month 2016 Culmination Day
“Kaayuhan ni Juana Iapil sa Adyenda ”
(Put Women’s Welfare in the Agenda)
March 31, 2016
at the Family Park, Cebu, Philippines

The CURVE Project was made possible by the Paulina Constancia Museum of Naive Art [MoNA] of West Gorordo Hotel and the Psychology Volunteers on Bikes.

Learn more about The CURVE Project.


Edna Lee of the Psychology Volunteers on Bikes welcomes the participants

Paulina Constancia gives intro to CURVe Project

Paulina Constancia gives intro to CURVE Project


PC gives instructions for the CURVE project


Workshop volunteer Cathy Adalim shares her experience and CURVE piece from the first Curve event at West Gorordo Hotel


My wonderful CURVE participants went straight to work on their pieces…


Incredible enthusiasm and focus plus every piece turned out so unique…

Everybody gets the chance to talk about their piece.

Everybody got the chance to talk about their piece.


This lady integrated the popsicle sticks for spreading glue into her artwork, pretty clever!


There were a few male participants too.

Check out next post for more photos…