• Renaissance The Metropolitan Museum of Manila in partnership with the Embassy of France in the Philippines together with HS_Projects, Musée Bargoin and the city of Clermont-Ferrand opens the Renaissance exhibit at the MET’s Tall galleries on July 8, 2015.

  • Pamugon kag Pamulya In this exhibition, Amer Mira gathers scenes from his homeland to create a series focused on the hardships of working for a living both in land and waters. He continues his ardent attachment to Antique and retrieves accounts of his province in the Visayas with nostalgia.

  • Magtanggol Liberacion A newly elected official, Magtanggol Liberacion, was found dead at a dumpsite early this morning. According to the authorities, multiple stabs were found to be the cause of death. Until now, the killer has not yet been identified.

  • Live A.I.D.S. XXX: Tatlumpung Taong Tawanan The Repeat The walls of Abelardo Hall shook with resounding laughter as the longest-running musical comedy variety show in the country, Live Ang Istoryang Dinebelop ng Samaskom (Live A.I.D.S.), left the audience breathless with amusement in its 30th installment.

  • Manila Improv Festival 2015 Silly People’s Improv Theatre (SPIT) is the country’s premiere improvisational theatre group known for their smart and incisive brand of comedy.

  • Megaphoniacs by Alfredo Esquillo The imagery of Alfredo Esquillo often confronts the societal discord that assaults the politically conscious Filipino. Often affiliated with the lineage of artists that portrays this particular rhetoric, he unearths cultural ironies in the practice of faith and politics of his milieu.

  • Marker by Melvin Culaba at CCP The Cultural Center of the Philippines, with support from Art Cube Gallery presents a solo exhibition by venue grantee Melvin Culaba on July 2, 2015, at the Pasilyo Vicente Manansala (2nd Floor Hallway Gallery). The exhibit runs until August 16, 2015.

  • Don Quixote Based on Miguel de Cervantes' famous novel, Don Quixote was originally choreographed by Marius Petipa and was first presented by the Ballet of the Imperial Bolshoi Theatre of Moscow, Russia in 1869. PBT's Don Quixote features multi-awarded American danseur Joseph Philipps, who is hailed by the international press as “Ballet’s Golden Boy,” for holding more internationally prestigious gold medals for dance than any other American dancer.

  • Mabining Mandirigma It is a steampunk musical foregrounding the intellectual heroism of Apolinario Mabini, who in the second phase of Philippine revolution, displayed an uncommon vision, a warrior’s spirit, and a principled character, as he struggled against all odds to enjoin his countrymen to go beyond considerations of class, clan, economic gain and personal ambition, so they could think and act as citizens of one nation.

  • 33 Variations: A play by Moises Kaufman Red Turnip Theater in cooperation with LYRIC presents "33 Variations: A play by Moises Kaufman" happening this July 24, 2015 to August 23, 2015 at WhiteSpace Makati.

  • Kung Paano Ako Naging Leading Lady: The Repeat Due to insistent public clamor, Manila’s newest theater group Dalanghita Productions, proudly brings back the highly-acclaimed “Kung Paano Ako Naging Leading Lady” in a move-over engagement beginning July 3 at Onstage, Greenbelt 1, Makati City.

  • 2nd Sorok Short Film Festival This year, Sorok Uni launched the 2nd SSFF with the theme “TUBIG NG BUHAY”. This project intends to continue empowering the foundation’s cause through multimedia while achieving its goal to help our forgotten neighbors.

  • 20th French Film Festival in Cebu The 20th French Film Festival will grace the big stage once again from 23 and 24 June 2015 (Tues and Wed) starting 10:30 AM onwards at Ayala Center Cebu ? Cinema 4.

  • Tiny Fiction, Big Stories, A Creative Writing Workshop The world’s biggest stories are often told through the tiniest details: the smile made the Mona Lisa, charging the Windmills solidified Don Quixote. In today’s volatile, and ever-changing world, we are more and more faced with the need to tell big stories in a manner that is both complete and concise, nuanced and necessary.

  • Pilipinas: Philippine Independence Day Exhibit Celebrate Independence Day by viewing an ongoing art exhibit showcasing the paintings of artists from Paranaque City. The show, entitled "Pilipinas", marks the partnership between the Visual Artists of Paranaque (VAP) and SM City BF Paranaque.

  • Gulo ng Gugulong na Ulo A derivation from the two stories from the anthology, "Mga Kwento ni Lola Basyang", by Severino Reyes, Ateneo ENTABLADO presents its socio-political advocacy for the 33rd Season, “Understand the state of society and engage in discourse to be able to traverse the path towards national peace,” through a play entitled Gulo ng Gugulong na Ulo.

  • Enchantress Art critic Cid Reyes once said that artist Camille Dela Rosa (b. 1982) was "...the youngest Impressionist in the Philippines." Her early practice isn't far off from this claim--Dela Rosa, the daughter of noted painter Ibarra Dela Rosa, has mastered the broad strokes and bright palettes that have come to define Impressionism.

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