• Punto De Vista: A Multimedia Exhibit Punto De Vista is a Multimedia Exhibit by selected Multimedia Arts student from Asia Pacific College that will be on September 4, 5, and 7, 2015 at the Nova Gallery, Warehouse 12 A La Fuerza Plaza Compound, Don Chino Roces Avenue, Makati City.


  • Performatura 2015 The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) holds an institution-wide workshop on Philippine literature and performance for its employees and also for public school educators as part of Performatura 2015, a three-day event in November this year.


  • Triple Threats: Demented, Delightful, Deranged, De Jesus An intimate concert featuring the dark, melancholic and whimsical music of multi-awarded lyricist-composer-musical director, Vincent DeJesus. Songs from his 32-year career in theater, television and film will take centerstage performed by some of today's finest theater actors/singers.


  • Triple Threats: Best Seat in The House 2 After last year's sold out "Best Seat in the House" at Teatrino, Rony Fortich brings his musical perspective to the CCP Little Theater for another celebration of music and friendship. Get ready for another evening of stories and songs, all told from the piano bench - the best seat in the house.


  • Up in the Basement: A Two-man Exhibition by Rene Bituin and Gerecho Iniel Art Underground presents “Up in the Basement,” a two-man show featuring the works of artists Rene Bituin and Gerecho Iniel. Using the visual vocabulary of lines in forced perspective, they draw us to question our perception of space; and the values, desires and frustrations we project on it as we covet, imagine, create, carve out and possess it.


  • Anna Laxamana's Life's Pathways Serial entrepreneur and seasoned international events organizer--now artist-- Anna Laxamana shares with us her passion for life and her deepest reflections of it.


  • Utopia: A Multimedia Exhibit Utopia, A Multimedia Exhibit is a fantasy-themed art exhibition created by Chimera Collective, 9 artists and senior Multimedia students of Asia Pacific College comprised of Dan Agustin, Aldous Bayani, Kenneth Estrada, Steffi Solano, Earl Ilao, Steven Escarilla, Galilee Gomez, Maggie Buenaflor, and Jazmine Sibayan, based on the concept of idealism and perfect worlds; a Utopian society.


  • The Hunters Enter The Woods by Patricia Perez Eustaquio Silverlens presents a solo exhibition by Patricia Perez Eustaquio in The Hunters Enter The Woods, where her latest works in painting, sculpture, and wrought textile are shown. Patricia Perez Eustaquio, as an artist who has equally pursued the agency of craft alongside the predilections of fine art, continues her multifaceted approach to delineate the contrasts between the two notions.


  • Touch Me, Touch Me Not by Jon & Tessy Pettyjohns For thousands of years, the mountains and riversides of what are now the Cagayan Valley, Bulacan, Iloilo, Cotabato, among other places, have yielded fine, mineral-rich clays. In the hands of artisans working long before the Philippines got its name, the wet clumps of soil were shaped and fired to become jars, dishes and other prized objects.


  • Chuva Choo Choo: The Mr. Kupido Musicale Inspired by the lyrics of Vehnee Saturno, Stages Production Specialist Inc. is unveiling a musical comedy poised to become this season’s theatrical hit.


  • Crazy Rich Non-Fiction in Asian Fiction: An Interview with Author Kevin Kwan A week before my scheduled one-on-one interview with the 'Crazy Rich Asians' author, I was completely engrossed with several concerns: What should I wear? Will my outfit be aggressively head-to-toed upon meeting him? Or will my unimpressive pedigree of "Filipino, some Spanish, and maybe a just a fraction Chinese" be unbelievably apparent?


  • Redeeming the Rebirth by Joel Chavez In 1657, Dutch Master Johannes Vermeer commenced work on arguably his most famous painting: “De Melkmeid,” or “The Milkmaid.” A painting of a rather drab subject matter, what set this painting apart was the weight light and shadow gave every its every detail.


  • Art Interrupted with Lopez Museum's Open Ends Exhibit Open Ends, the second exhibition offering of the Lopez Museum and Library, highlights a collection of rarely seen studies, sketches, and unfinished paintings by Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo. These masterful renditions are complemented by those of Juan Luna, unfinished correspondences captured in Jose Rizal’s careful handwriting and by beautifully bound and printed novenas or prayer booklets.


  • Razzle Dazzle Solo Feature: Tanya Villanueva Throughout the two-month long exhibition, the works at the main exhibition space will evolve - featuring process oriented works by Kris Abrigo, Dean Africa, Zeus Bascon, Gene Paul Martin, Carlo Ricafort, and Tanya Villanueva.


  • In The Pink by Kara de Dios The popular attribution of the color pink is to notions of femininity. In hospital maternity wards for instance, it is common for baby girls to be blanketed in pink. References to this color can thus become a vantage point to examine issues of femininity, feminism, and the female form.


  • Jeffrey Ching Concert at CCP Award winning composer Jeffrey Ching will present the Philippine premieres of his composition “Celestial-Infernal Grand Nuptial Rite” as well as transcriptions of Schumann (“Kundiman ni Schumann”) and Wagner (“Wesendonck Sonata”) on August 29, 2015 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ Little Theater at 7:30 P.M.


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