• Thomas Kinkade: Painter of Light In the very beginning of his artistic career, American artist Thomas Kinkade (1958 ? 2012) put his entire life savings into the printing of his first lithograph.

  • PILIpinas: Piliin ang Pilipinas Philippines, A country rich in traditional culture and arts, is slowly regaining its glory days. With impeccable digital and multimedia art skills in hand, The Bachelor of Applied Arts Major in Visual Design Batch 2015 of Miriam College, in partnership with ClickTheCity, is holding its annual major exhibit for the second semester of the Academic Year 2014-2015, at SM Megamall entitled “PILIpinas”.

  • Manila Shakespeare Company's Romeo and Juliet This February and March, a new theatre group tentatively called the Manila Shakespeare Company begins its mission of twisting the classics with perhaps the most classic of the Bard's plays, Romeo and Juliet. Though for co-founders Nicanor P. Campos and Christine Cojuangco, twisting for a Filipino audience can be as simple as making a twist toward relevance.

  • 'Singin' In The Rain' Splashes Into Manila This August After a sell-out West End season, unparalleled praise from critics and audiences, four Olivier Award nominations, and a major UK tour, the musical is set to delight Philippine audiences starting on August 20 and will play for a strictly limited season at The Theatre at Solaire.

  • RROAR: Ricco Renzo's Art Rage A roaring year lies ahead for Ricco Renzo Art Gallery, which is slated for a year-long series of art exhibitions at SM Aura Premier. For its initial offering, the gallery launches “RROAR: Ricco Renzo’s Art Rage”, which opens on March 2 at the Upper Ground Level, SM Aura Premier.

  • Roads by Christina Dy Silverlens Galleries is pleased to present roads, the latest exhibition by Christina Dy. The show marks Dy’s continued exploration of large-scale charcoal drawings and the intersection between illustration and installation.

  • House of The Peculiars by Milo Sogueco Silverlens Galleries is pleased to present House of The Peculiars, filmmaker/photographer Milo Sogueco’s debut as a visual artist.

  • Loose Continuity: Cocoy Lumbao Cocoy Lumbao has been using video to explore time-based art since his days as a student under the Film and Audiovisual Communication program of the University of the Philippines in Diliman, Quezon City.

  • Deus Ex Machina: Tad Ermitano Tad Ermitano graduated from the Philippine Science High School in 1981, and studied Biology at the University of Hiroshima. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy from the University of the Philippines, but trained in film and video at the Mowelfund Film Institute.

  • Singin' In The Rain Splashes in Manila From the producers of the box office triumphs CATS, Mamma Mia, The Phantom of the Opera and WICKED, comes another critically acclaimed production, from London’s West End ? the ever-popular musical Singin’ In The Rain. Presented in Manila by Visa, Singin’ In The Rain will open on August 20 and play for a strictly limited season at The Theatre at Solaire.

  • Crucifixus by Eduardo Castrillo Renowned sculptor Eduardo Castrillo, known for his large monuments such as the People's Power Monument along EDSA, will have a special exhibition of previously-unseen smaller works at Galerie Joaquin. The exhibit, entitled 'Crucifixus,' will display a series of crucifixes he originally intended as part of the family’s collection.

  • Peppa Pig Live! Treasure Hunt The stage version of the hugely popular pre-school television show Peppa Pig is on its way to Manila! Direct from London’s West End, Life Like Touring and Vivre Fort Entertainment happily bring Peppa Pig Live! Treasure Hunt from May 1 to 3, 2015 at the Meralco Theater with 9 shows currently on sale now.

  • Singkuwento International Film Festival All roads lead to the Singkuwento International Film Festival, which will start on February 21, 6pm, at the Tanghalang Leandro Locsin of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, at the NCCA Building, 633 General Malvar Street Intramuros, Manila.

  • The Bittersweet Tale of Shortcake Reynold dela Cruz as a self taught artist relies much on his instincts and is moved creatively by experiences, by deeply personal matters that he forwards to social space. Thus, his paintings are full of subjective narratives drawn from such experiences and sustained by artistic meditation.

  • Abundance: A Confluence of Affluence In line with Chinese New Year celebrations, Art Elements is proud to present “Abundance: A Confluence of Affluence” an Art exhibition of four Chinese artists who paint with festive spirit to celebrate their culture’s fascinating and rich history. Surely a sight to behold, the paintings reflect Chinese culture to provide continuity with the past and a sense of identity.

  • World-renowned Soprano Nelly Miricioiu in Manila World-renowned soprano Nelly Miricioiu will perform in Manila on March 6 at the Meralco Theater at 8 p.m. Her program includes songs by Puccini, Verdi, Rossini, Respighi, Chausson and Chopin. She will be assisted on the piano by Najib Ismail.

  • The Boy in the Bathroom The Sandbox Collective brings back last year’s surprise hit, ‘The Boy in the Bathroom’ - a refreshingly poignant musical about domestic drama, disease, falling in love with the unexpected and venturing into the unknown.

  • Met Opera's The Enchanted Island The Metropolitan Opera series in high definition (HD) culminates on March 3, 2015, 6:30pm at Greenbelt 3 Cinema 1 in Makati with George Frideric Handel, Antonio Vivaldi and Jean-Phillippe Rameau’s The Enchanted Island.

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