A modern/contemporary dance workshop was held in Cotabato City. Attended by 220 participants from NDC and other schools/organizations, it included a special session on hip-hop to provide a wide appreciation of dance forms.     The two-day workshop was conducted as part of the ND (Boys & Girls)...

Winning a Carlos Palanca Memorial Award for Literature is definitely a huge milestone for every Filipino writer. Its prestige is undoubtedly guaranteed, as winning works are reviewed and...

On the 23rd of September, Pens N Brushes will take you back to the opulent times of King Louis the XIV of France. Inspired by this art-loving Sun King, the fourth edition of The Life...

The Luang Prabang Film Festival (LPFF) has announced that it is looking for applicants for its 2017 Talent Lab for Southeast Asian filmmakers, to be led by Tribeca Film Institute (TFI). The Lab, which will focus on grant writing and project pitching, will be held during the opening weekend of the eighth annual...

The Cultural Center of the Philippines, in partnership with the Cinemalaya Foundation, announced the 10 finalists for the full-length category for Cinemalaya 2018, which will be slated...

Alberto Monteras II’s RESPETO, an exploration of the Pinoy hiphop underground world where a young aspiring rapper and a Martial Law poet cross paths, won seven awards at the 13th Cinemalaya...

Pianist Raul Sunico will hold performances in three European countries this September upon the invitation of the respective Philippine Embassies and Consulates, including Bordeaux and Paris, France (September 19 to 21), Milan, Italy (September 24) and The Hague, Netherlands (September 28). He recently concluded...

Is it possible to learn a new instrument after the age of 40? We all know that the brains of children are highly plastic: that is, they’re easily able to take on new configurations to...

Filipino choirs are invited to participate in the 4th NAFPLIO-ARTIVA International Choral Festival on November 15-19, 2017 in Nafplio, the first capital of Greece, a city of historical and...

A modern/contemporary dance workshop was held in Cotabato City. Attended by 220 participants from NDC and other schools/organizations, it included a special session on hip-hop to provide a wide appreciation of dance forms.     The two-day workshop was conducted as part of the ND (Boys & Girls)...

The Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra (PPO) will hold its 35th Concert Season for 2017-2018 under the baton of Maestro Yoshikazu Fukumura at the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ Main...

The Cultural Center of the Philippines, in partnership with its resident theater company Tanghalang Pilipino and the playwright group Writer’s Bloc Inc., will host the 13th Virgin...

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...

Bose introduced the SoundLink Micro Bluetooth speaker, its smallest, most rugged portable speaker yet.  Measuring just 3.75 inches wide and deep, 1.5 inches high, and weighing a mere .64 pounds, the Micro is has IPX7 waterproof rating. It lets users enjoy music, take and make calls, and access Siri or...

Sony announced the new flagship model in its Cyber-shot RX10 series, the RX10 IV(model DSC-RX10M4). Featuring the world’s fastest AF acquisition time of 0.03 seconds and up to 24...

Most tablets (and smartphones for that matter) are equal to the task of storing and playing the music libraries of casual listeners. For the serious music enthusiast, however, most digital...

On the 23rd of September, Pens N Brushes will take you back to the opulent times of King Louis the XIV of France. Inspired by this art-loving Sun King, the fourth edition of The Life Drawing Session Philippines presents “The Courtiers of Versailles”.  The event will showcase male and female models,...

Kabataang Gitarista (KG), a classical guitar training program for public high school students in Manila, Pasay and Paranaque will celebrate its 5th Anniversary through a concert at the Tanghalang...

The Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival is proud to present the 2017 Cinemalaya Campus, which is slated on August 8 and 9 at the CCP’s Little Theater.  The campus will focus on: What...

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