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...

In line with its vision of making art matter in the life of every Filipino, the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) through its outreach program brings special performances to various government...

Following a successful clean-up of the Rizal Monument last December, Kärcher, in partnership with the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP), conducted another restorative...

Cinemalaya Institute is now open for applications for its advanced courses in directing and producing. Classes will be held from May 8 to June 30, 2018 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. Applications will be accepted until April 20. Carlos Siguion-Reyna will teach Basic Filmmaking: The Silent Film,...

A short film on grief, memories, past experiences and a loved one, who has presumably died from a disaster, scored consecutive victories in the ASEAN Biennale or ASEANnale 2018 at the Asian...

The Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival, the country’s biggest independent film competition, just got bigger and more exciting with the launching of Cinemalaya Nespresso...

In line with its vision of making art matter in the life of every Filipino, the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) through its outreach program brings special performances to various government and public work places from April to June 2018. Billed as “Art in the Workplace” (AIWP) (Sining...

The Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra culminates its 35th season, billed “Romancing the Classics,” with a finale concert featuring trumpet player Raymond de Leon as guest soloist on...

After its successful concerts in Iloilo City and Antique, the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra (PPO) continues its outreach initiative at the University of the Philippines-Diliman. In...

In line with its vision of making art matter in the life of every Filipino, the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) through its outreach program brings special performances to various government and public work places from April to June 2018. Billed as “Art in the Workplace” (AIWP) (Sining...

The President’s Committee on Culture and the FEU Theater Guild present “FEED”, a new play written and directed by Dudz Teraña. FEED is a multimedia performance of citizens...

In challenging times like the one we Filipinos find ourselves in today, how does resistance take on creative and powerful forms? And how can Art unify different generations of Filipinos...

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 and enterprising artists and entrepreneurs. Hollow Block makes its debut exhibition with Ottomondi’s Inabel. Multidisciplinary...

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...

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...

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...

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 called Lounge to help them build connections in the industry, get to interact and learn first-hand from professionals...

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...

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,...

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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