Musica FEUropa is Far Eastern University’s annual national choral competition and festival supported by the European Union. Initially named as the European Union Choral Competition in the Philippines when the competition began in 2009 when there were only four (4) participants mostly from Manila, the...

The deadline for the submission of entries to the Cinemalaya Nespresso Vertical Shorts 2018 Competition has been extended to June 20. A joint project of the Cultural Center of the Philippines,...

Maria Margarita Roxas Moran-Floirendo, also known as Margie Moran, was formally introduced as the new Chairman of the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ Board of Trustees, succeeding...

Filipino movie editor John Anthony Wong won Best Editing for “Bhoy Intsik” in the Foreign Language Film category of the 2018 NICE International Film Festival of World Cinema held in France from May 5 to 12. Wong bested fellow nominees Chang-Gyun Kim (“A Trip With Friends”), Aziz Imamoglu...

The Cinemalaya Foundation Inc. announced the Short Film Category finalists of the Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival 2018. The 10 finalists are: Logro by Kani Villaflor; Si...

The deadline for the submission of entries to the Cinemalaya Nespresso Vertical Shorts 2018 Competition has been extended to June 20. A joint project of the Cultural Center of the Philippines,...

Musica FEUropa is Far Eastern University’s annual national choral competition and festival supported by the European Union. Initially named as the European Union Choral Competition in the Philippines when the competition began in 2009 when there were only four (4) participants mostly from Manila, the...

The CCP Met Opera in HD culminates its fifth season with “Der Rosenkavalier,” a comic opera in three acts by Richard Strauss to an original German libretto by Hugo von Hofmannsthal....

The much-loved and most anticipated sunset concert at the Makiling is back, with the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra (PPO), the country’s leading orchestra, serenading the crowds...

The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) Cultural Exchange Department announces the seven (7) recipients of its 2018 Local Tour Grants Program.   The following regional performing groups are this year’s tour grantees:  FromMindanao:  Xavier Stage (Cagayan de Oro) & San Fule Band (South Cotabato);  from Visayas:  San...

The CCP Met Opera in HD culminates its fifth season with “Der Rosenkavalier,” a comic opera in three acts by Richard Strauss to an original German libretto by Hugo von Hofmannsthal....

The much-loved and most anticipated sunset concert at the Makiling is back, with the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra (PPO), the country’s leading orchestra, serenading the crowds...

Inspired by the successful turn-out of last year’s Fashioning the Terno mentoring program for regional designers, the CCP and Bench team up once again to undertake a second phase for 2018 entitled TERNOCON, a terno making convention and contest for regional designers culminating with a Fashion and Cultural...

This April, Pineapple Lab would like to introduce Hollow Block, a new concept that transforms our venue into a versatile retail space that serves as a viable business platform for innovative...

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...

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...

Myke Celis just came out of a “traumatic break up and a friend’s betrayal,” he said, and “I felt that others can relate to (what I went through).” And so Celis wrote #bestmeever, a book published by Life Books. Yes, there are “hugot lines” in the book; but “a lot of pages in the book also...

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...

Politics may not be the most interesting subject for the majority of us. It might not be something that catches our interest in the same way that other aspects of day to day life. Sure, the release of our favorite music artist’s latest album, a new product release from Apple, or the latest Instagram post...

If you are unsure what direction to take your life or career in, then you will find no shortage of articles or self-help books to give tips or advice. From TED talks to motivational or inspiring...

Power Mac Center has been supporting technology-assisted creative expression. Just recently, the Apple partner gathered young creatives, mostly photographers and videographers, in an event...

IMG Week – scheduled on April 23-26 at the University of the Philippines Los Banos – eyes to showcase talents in the field of digital and traditional arts, along with sharing knowledge on the said fields of multimedia arts. Themed “Connections”, the four-day event will hold such events as: Exhibit:...

This April, Pineapple Lab would like to introduce Hollow Block, a new concept that transforms our venue into a versatile retail space that serves as a viable business platform for innovative...

To further promote contemporary art practice and enrich the Philippine cultural landscape, the Ateneo Art Gallery and its partners give recognition and opportunities to Filipino visual artists...

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