Beyond Myself explores Filipino migrants’ aspirations for and investments in their own and others’ futures in the Philippines. Specifically it draws on and curates art works and visual images produced mainly through a series of participatory workshops with Filipino migrants living and working in London...

The 5th CCP National Rondalla Workshop will be held at the Cultural Center of the Philippines from Tuesday to Saturday, April 24-28 from 9:00AM to 6:00PM in various venues of the CCP. The...

Applications for the 2018 Local Tour Grants Program of the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) are now open for submission.  The program will give out Php75,000 each to six (6) qualified...

‘Bagahe’, one of the full-length film entries in Cinemalaya 2017, brought home the top award in the 2018 Festival des Cinémas d’Asie de Vesoul (also known as the Vesoul International Film Festival of Asian Cinema) held from January 30 to February 6 in Vesoul, France. Screened and judged...

The star-crossed lovers whose love and death reconcile the feuding Montague and Capulet families takes the center stage in the fourth offering of the CCP Met Opera in HD Season 5, to be...

Entries are now being accepted for the Short Film category of the 2018 Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival and Competition. Deadline for submission is on March 2, 2018 (Friday),...

Hangar 18 will return to the Philippines in March 2018 to perform live shows in Manila. The new Zealand based band was last in Manila performing with Australian band Silverchair at the UP Theater in 1997. HANGAR 18 and Razorback live is slated at 12 Monkeys EL PUEBLO REAL DE MANILA Ortigas Center, Pasig...

The 5th CCP National Rondalla Workshop will be held at the Cultural Center of the Philippines from Tuesday to Saturday, April 24-28 from 9:00AM to 6:00PM in various venues of the CCP. The...

Organized and presented by the Philippine Madrigal Singers (Madz), the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) Center for Choral Performance, and the CCP – Cultural Exchange Department...

In its 42nd Theatre Season, Dulaang UP brings to the Philippine stage Eimear McBride’s haunting novel A Girl is a Half-formed Thing (Goldsmith Prize Award 2013) billed as Ang Dalagita’y ‘sang Bagay Na Di-Buo in Filipino. Translated by Rody Vera’s, the play is based on Annie Ryan’s stage adaptation...

The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) will present performances of the UNIMA Chinese Puppetry Groups on February 8 and 9 at the CCP Tanghalang Huseng Batute (THB) (Studio Theater)...

The Cultural Center of the Philippines, the Metropolitan Opera of New York and the Filipinas Opera Society Foundation, Inc., in cooperation with the Ayala Malls Cinemas, present the fifth...

To promote Filipino artistry and excellence by providing opportunities and support for the advancement of artists and performing groups in the regions, the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) Outreach brings “FASHIONING THE TERNO: A mentorship program for regional designers” to the different...

Whether someone is fashionable is rather subjective. But the latest YouGov survey can give you a hint on the general fashion taboos that most people don’t want to break. Aussies don’t...

Designer Kaye Morales unveiled her newest street-wear collection, Identity, inspired by pop culture and touches of the designer’s multi-faceted personality. “It’s a tough world in...

Cagayan de Oro City (CDO) – dubbed as the “city of smiles” – is known for, among other things, seafoods (though many of them coming from the smaller towns dotting the shorelines when heading towards Iligan City); pineapples (though many of them coming from nearby Bukidnon, where some multinational...

Every region (if not every town) in the Philippines has their own gustatory offerings that sort of define them – e.g. Bicol Express in, obviously, Bicol; bagnet in Ilocos; guapple pie...

I’m sure Thailand has so many delicacies that “arguing” what Thai food is, is somewhat futile. I guess that – just like the Philippines – even popular fares are prepared in different...

Every region (if not every town) in the Philippines has their own gustatory offerings that sort of define them – e.g. Bicol Express in, obviously, Bicol; bagnet in Ilocos; guapple pie of Negros; and so on… This is why – when one is just in Metro Manila – when seeing all those “original such-and-such”...

I’m sure Thailand has so many delicacies that “arguing” what Thai food is, is somewhat futile. I guess that – just like the Philippines – even popular fares are prepared in different...

Filipino food’s evolution owes a lot to Chinese influences; so much so that when eating Chinese in a food court in, say, Hong Kong, Macau or Shanghai, it’s almost like ordering from...

Here’s a conundrum: As HDTV displays have gotten bigger, flatter, and more advanced, their built-in speakers have become smaller, while offering limited frequency response, terrible dynamic range, very poor bass, and very little overall volume. TaoTronics launched the TT-SK15 soundbar to deal with...

Canon launched three new compact and lightweight Full HD camcorders, the Canon XA15, XA11 and VIXIA HF G21. Delivering first-class optics, powerful sensors and a range of versatile features,...

This is a debate that has been raging for some time. Does the act of creation involved in making video games instantly make them art? Or is something higher needed for them to reach that...

Hangar 18 will return to the Philippines in March 2018 to perform live shows in Manila. The new Zealand based band was last in Manila performing with Australian band Silverchair at the UP Theater in 1997. HANGAR 18 and Razorback live is slated at 12 Monkeys EL PUEBLO REAL DE MANILA Ortigas Center, Pasig...

The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) will once again open its doors and offer unique artistic experiences with a see-all-you-can-and-pay-what-you-can scheme at the Pasinaya Open...

A roundtable discussion with Claire Tancons, Zoe Butt, Hoor Al Qasimi and Omar Khalif, moderated by Ma. Victoria Herrera. Presented by Sharjah Art Foundation, Ateneo Art Gallery, Areté...

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