• See Waves by Paulo Vinluan UP Vargas Museum, in cooperation with Finale Art File, opens Paulo Vinluan’s solo exhibition titled See Waves on May 26, Tuesday, 4pm at the 1F Galleries.

  • Trumpets Playshop's Powers-Up Celebrating its 22nd year, Trumpets Playshop continues to set the stage for emerging talent with the Power-Up Showcase Festival at the renowned RCBC Theater from May 14 to 29, 2015.

  • Ronante Maratas: Fragile Bones Ysobel Art Gallery in cooperation with Metrobank Foundation announces the first major solo show of Ronante Maratas, Fragile Bones. On view from May 23 ? June 1, 2015, the exhibition features an array of raw, rough, provocative artworks influenced by the artist musings on life, family and experiences that shaped his identity.

  • Everything is Created Twice by Martin Honasan Martin Honasan embarks on a project that explores the links between the act of preconception and the element of chance, will and accident, representation and abstraction. He begins by laying down huge canvases on the floor and allowing them to accumulate residual paints and stains, a method which he owes to Abstract Expressionism and musical improvisation.

  • Bersong Europinoy: A Filipino-European Poetry Recital Instituto Cervantes, and the Delegation of the European Union to the Philippines, the Goethe Institut, Alliance Française, the Philippine-Italian Association, the Consulate of Slovakia and the embassies of Spain, Austria, Belgium, and the Czech Republic, are presenting the 6th edition of the poetry recital Bersong Europinoy, on May 26 at 7 p.m. at Instituto Cervantes, as part of the ‘Viva Europa’ program.

  • Bituing Walang Ningning (The Musical) Originally a Pilipino Komiks serial by fictionist Nerissa Cabral, Bituing Walang Ningning was made into a blockbuster movie in 1985, starring Sharon Cuneta, Cherie Gil and Christopher De Leon. In 2006, it was re-made into a hit television series with Sarah Geronimo, Angelika dela Cruz, and Ryan Agoncillo playing the lead roles.

  • A Passion for Clay by Nelfa Querubin Galleria Duemila proudly presents A Passion for Clay a solo show by Nelfa Querubin, one of the foremost artists in Philippine contemporary ceramics. The exhibition takes its name from the artist’s recently published book authored by Patrick D. Flores and Imelda Cajipe Endaya.

  • Frames of Reference The opening reception of Frames of Reference at the Lopez Museum and Library officially kicked off the series of eight multi-sited exhibitions to be mounted in celebration of National Artist Benedicto Cabrera’s (Bencab) 50 creative years.

  • Efflorescent Eternity: At the Edge of Summer's Memories The mark of summer goes beyond the horizon of the setting of the hot summer sun. Summer evokes strong feelings of nostalgia, and the summer sun is dazzling in its gleam. It is not surprising that summer has long inspired artists to create some of their most iconic works.

  • Beauty and the Beast Kids Acts Philippines is a non-stock, non-profit Professional Theater Company that stages Original and Adapted Youth & Children's Plays. Its endeavors intend to humbly support the Underprivileged Young Filipino Artists. Artistic Director: Luigi Nacario Managing Director: Eugene Belbis.

  • OpenSpace: Toym Imao's Last, Lost, Lust for Four Episodes Ayala Museum is going beyond the walls of its galleries to launch OpenSpace, the new series of outdoor exhibition area at the Museum Plaza. Ayala Museum senior curator Ditas Samson describes OpenSpace “a public site for dialogue and interaction with contemporary art and artists.”

  • 2015 PETA Children's Arts Festival The Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA) closes its 47th Theater Season by hosting the 2015 PETA Children’s Arts Festival. This year, through the generous support of PETA’s Arts Zone Project (Advocate Right to Safety Zone for Children), the PETA Theater Center will once again open its doors to children and young people.

  • MET Celebrates International Museum Day Following this year’s theme of activating museums for a sustainable society, the Metropolitan Museum of Manila celebrates International Museum Day by offering its visitors exciting activities this coming Saturday and Monday (May 16 and May 18, 2015).

  • OZ: Behind The Seen The stories of the American writer L. Frank Baum have captivated both children and adults for many years. But it is the rich fantasy world he created for "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" and the succeeding books in the series that he is most known for.

  • Teachers' Happy Healthy Day The President Elpidio Quirino Foundation will be staging “Teachers’ Happy Healthy Day,” a series of wellness events for teachers. The activities commemorate the 125th birth anniversary of President Elpidio Quirino, who started his public service career as a barrio school teacher.

  • Quijote by Bambalina Among the events celebrating the 400th anniversary of the publication of the Don Quijote de La Mancha, the Spanish theater company Bambalina is presenting a puppet version of Cervantes’ novel. The show will be held at Instituto Cervantes on Wednesday, May 20, at 7pm.

  • Rak of Aegis is Back for Another Run This June It’s been a fruitful 47th theater season for the Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA); and while the theater is ablaze with the ongoing Summer Program, the company shows no signs of stopping for a breather.

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