Raymund Lozada Fernandez (b. 1955) is Associate Professor for the Fine Arts of the UP Cebu College. He writes a regular column, "Kinutil", for the local paper, "Cebu Daily News." He has done a number of public art pieces, most recently "Tugpo" (Sibuhanon term for the act of throwing a kite in the air to launch it) at the lagoon of Ayala Center, Cebu, commissioned by the Arts Council of Cebu Foundation.

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Courses Handled


Awards and Recognitions

Art History, Techniques, Visual Perception, Visual Interface Design

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting, UP Cebu

Recipient, Gawad Dekana for Outstanding Professor Award 2016. VIVA ExCon Garbo sa Bisaya Awardee, 2012


PUSOD, the open organization of Cebu Visual Artists


Xo? Performance Art Group

Published/Creative Works

Garden After the War," circa 1985.


Author, co-book designer: Kamingaw: an impressionist portrait of the Bisaya painter Martino A. Abellana


Book designer and illustrator, Memory, Mystery, and Majesty: a compilation of a year of homilies by Fr. Julian Hernando S.J.


Public Art by way of monumental sculpture: "Jesuit Encounters an Angel," tooled copper and stainless steel, at the Ateneo de Cebu, Canduman campus



"Icarus and Daedalus," stainless steel and tooled copper, at the main lobby of Printown, Cebu City


"ASEAN Friendship Grove," official ASEAN Summit commemorative sculpture


Public Art by way of performance art: 2 performances for untitled performance with CCAD. Music with Javy Villacin. "el sueno de la razon produces monstruos, after Francisco Goya." Music and performance with Linya and Aldrich Maligsa. At Fablab UP Cebu. 2016


Most recent one person show, "Bulahan ang Bunga sa Tiyan Mo," show of sculpture and installation, SM City Cebu, 2012


Public art by way of float design: Wheeltek Sinulog float. 2015


"Chronicling the art of Martino Abellana" circa 1992, with Dr. Christina Martinez-Juan, Jovi Juan, and Estela Ocampo-Fernandez


"Cataloguing the churxh ceiling paintings of Canuto Avila and Raymundo Francia" research done with Hannah Nellas