• Brickxhibit 2015 and Abrickadabra The Philippine Lego Users Group (PhLUG) showcases its first major event this year. Two highlight events take place to feature the iconic building blocks.

  • The Hounds of Eden by Bree Jonson Eden is often taken as the Biblical garden where man and woman first drew their breaths. The soil was fertile and from it grew and abundance of verdant plant life.

  • Sacred Valley by Winnie Go Sacred Valley, ceramics artist Winnie Go’s fourth solo exhibition, takes one through a sensate journey into the natural world.

  • Homecoming Too by Jay Yao Another homecoming comes along for Jay Yao by way of Homecoming Too, a peculiar mélange of a departure and a continuation from his previous work entitled Homecoming.

  • UP Naming Mahal UP Vargas Museum, together with Alpha Phi Beta Fraternity, presents L. De Guzmán’s fifth solo show titled UP Naming Mahal. It opens on May 5, 6pm at the 3F Galleries of the museum.

  • TM 10 Years: Tee Gallery TeamManila celebrates a decade of design and love for country by looking back and giving thanks to the people who inspired its 10 creative years.

  • Cosmic Easyby Alrashdi Mohammad Cosmic Easy is a collection of artworksthat imagines the cosmos, randomness and insistent speculations through the lens of emotion and aesthetic thinking. He thinks of new stars, dying planets, Big Bang and congruous chaos and turbulence of overlapping galaxies----everything delicately moves in their unique places that make the cosmic system work.

  • Cristine Coyiuto: The Audi Recital It’s back to celebrating the classical masters as pianist Cristine Coyiuto is set to stage another inspiring performance that pays homage to Mozart, Beethoven, and Chopin on May 8, 2015 (Friday).

  • Pianist Benedict Jasmin at the Ayala Museum Young pianist Benedict John Jasmin will be performing on May 10, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. at the Ayala Museum in Makati Avenue cor. De la Rosa St., beside Greenbelt 5.

  • Soundtracks and Symphonies After a very successful season launch of The Rush Hour Concerts with Bach vs. Beatles last March 26, the Ayala Museum and Manila Symphony Orchestra are presenting a follow-up concert will not only be musical, but very cinematic.

  • Revelations: A Jaime de Guzman Retrospective Spanning a period of almost five decades, the exhibit will feature De Guzman’s landmark murals from the early 1970s and paintings that depict his personal views on social and ecological concerns as well as introspective representations of his own mythology and his identity.

  • Majestic: Two Legends, One Night Acclaimed for their life-affirming virtuosity and irresistible charm, double Grammy Award-winning The King’s Singers are synonymous with the best in vocal ensemble performance and appeals to a vast international audience. They are one of two vocal artists who are chosen for the Gramophone Hall of Fame for their unique discography of 150 albums.

  • Sabel, Love and Passion Sabel, Love and Passion,” a new musical theater production. Music and musical direction by Louie Ocampo. Direction, book and lyrics by Freddie Santos. Gala premiere at The Theater, Solaire, by the Manila Bay.

  • Summer Art Sessions In Tuscany at Mckinley Hill This summer, Megaworld Lifestyle Malls is inviting all aspiring artists and art enthusiasts to an exciting art affair filled with fun, worthwhile learning, scrumptious treats and great music.

  • Ang CACAI-bang Kwento Ni Cacai The junior students of the Communication Arts Students’ Association from the University of Santo Tomas, in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Communication Arts program, proudly present “Ang CACAI-bang Kwento Ni Cacai”.

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