• Margherita Vasselli Hip Hop Workshop Looking for a way to up your hip hop game? Grab this opportunity to train under Italian choreographer and Hip Hop International Elite Judge Margherita Vasselli.

  • Mad About Mozart: Sex, Seduction, Death, and Transcendence In the theater, the term ‘Black Box’ refers to a space devoted where daring experiments and new visions are tested through performance. Performers who choose to go and perform in a black box are usually the ones with the most open hearts and sincere desire to hone their talent.

  • 46th CCP Summer Dance Workshop Now on its 46th year, the CCP Summer Dance Workshop is once again paving the way for young dance talents to achieve their dreams to become professional dancers.

  • Alice in Wonderland: A Children's Musical Easter Sunday is sure to become more magical and exciting for kids as Eastwood City brings ‘Alice in Wonderland: A Children’s Musical’ to Once Upon an Easter Wonderland.

  • Woman, Create Woman, Create is a fundraising movement that aims to gather and to inspire young multi-faceted women through art, creativity and (fun) discourse. Featuring art workshops, inspiring talks, musical performances and an art exhibit from Metro Manila’s most creative empowered women, the movement is split into two events:

  • Multimedia Arts Festival Benilde’s Multimedia Arts Program will present the Multimedia Arts Festival, a contemporary art exhibit, taking place at the Green Sun (2285 Chino Roces Avenue Extension) on April 13 to 17.

  • Lent by Eduardo Castrillo, Jovan Benito, Toym Imao and Ram Mallari Pope Francis, whose recent visit was a point of inspiration for so many Filipinos, said that Lent "... comes providentially to reawaken us, to shake us from our lethargy." Now that the Holy Week is almost upon us, it is fitting that we remember the sacrifices made by Christ.

  • Someone Else by Julius Redillas People's images are bursts of colors. They were never black and white. An individual’s image is a personification of varying ideals or disasters, depending on how he, or the public, depicts him.

  • Evidence Against Interest by Ronald Achacoso Evidence Against Interest can be taken as Achacoso’s own archeological dig. In a very literal sense on one hand, given his fascination with layering (of images, of textures, of paint) as both a means of obfuscation and articulation, and how the works eventually undergo a similar geological process, of sedimentation, of accretion.

  • Ruining it for Everyone by Jayson Oliveria Jobs, patterns, grids, uncontacted tribes, the thinker, the artist, the supermoon--what do all of these got to do with each other? They are all on view at the Art Informal Gallery on March 26 until April 25, 2015 together with the five senses, the outhouse, the church, music, a dressed chicken (that smokes), and a rat’s ass. This is Jayson Oliveria’s solo exhibition, “Ruining It for Everyone.”

  • Chinese Provincial Art Troupe in Batangas City The Jilin Provincial Art Troupe, a multi-arts group hailing from north eastern China, performed before enthusiastic audiences at the Batangas City Convention Center recently as part of the celebration of the 40th Anniversary of the Philippines – China Diplomatic Relations.

  • Terraforming by Mark Valenzuela and Pablo K. Capati III An exhibit of Mark Valenzuela’s and Pablo K. Capati III’s contemporary ceramics, Terraforming goes beyond its literal definition of earth-shaping to present the importance of the process of making ceramics and the way the artists use these works in order to re-create and re-examine the world around them.

  • Vinson Yap Color is the driving force of visual art. It reflects a character of any given work, and also the vision and temperament of the artist. It is the fine line between exuberance and restraint, and mirrors the discipline of a medium or the technique in the craft.

  • Toxic Scars The fabric of man's existence begins with the wound of his mother then ends with his own. So life appears in such milieu. Whether it is on his skin or his soul, he is never without scars.

  • Encounters: World Heritage Baroque Churches of the Philippines French President François Hollande was recently guest of honor for the inauguration of the exhibit entitled Encounters: World Heritage Baroque Churches of the Philippines at the National Museum of the Philippines on the occasion of his historic state visit to the Philippines last 26 February 2015.

  • Gods of the Earth Witness the talent of emerging multimedia artists from Mapua Institute of Technology. Gods of the Earth is a graduating exhibition featuring the works of Mapua students completing their studies in Bachelor of Science in Multimedia Arts and Sciences.

  • Here is Always Somewhere Else Altro Mondo Arte Contemporanea in cooperation with The Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences is pleased to announce the opening of their new space on the third floor of the Picasso in Salcedo Village, Makati.

  • Glorificamus Te Three of the best church-choirs in the Philippines ? Imusicapella Chamber Choir, Novo Concertante Manila, and Kammerchor Manila, are coming together to stage Glorificamus Te.

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