Ayala Museum welcomes the summer season with a new exhibition entitled Ronald Ventura: Big and Small, Joel Mendez, MD Collection, featuring early works by the region’s most sought-after contemporary artist today.
Head to Philippine Arena on April 12, 2015 and catch "Best of Best KPOP Concert 2015" featuring Super Junior, Girls Generation, Red Velvet, BTOB Live in Manila.
In a study conducted by World Health Organization, more women in the Philippines are considered inactive whether it is occupational, non-occupational, or leisure-related activities (WHO 2010).
When Ely Buendia sings “The world is a place / behind this firewall” on Zilch’s scorching opener “Firewall,” it is both an invitation and a taunt: a wink-nudge suggestion that there is a plane beyond the rabbit-hole - that the practice of imagining is a reward in itself, perhaps the best reward of all - but also a show of sneer-filled discontent.
TALON PIKIT- It was just a normal day for townspeople. Suddenly, a sharp deafening cry was heard in a distance. The surrounding became eerie. The breeze of air turned deathly cold.
After celebrating 22 years of setting the stage for emerging talent, TRUMPETS Playshop, the country's ultimate destination for summer workshops, makes the summer days even brighter with its new line-up of classes and teachers this 2015
While men continue to dominate filmmaking on the world stage, several critics have noted that this is slowly changing with many women emerging as promising female directors.
The Cultural Center of the Philippines and Tribung Pilipino Foundation headed by Danny Dolor, presents Harana sa Dapit Hapon on March 11, 2015 at the Bulwagang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theater Lobby) at 4:30pm.
Seventy years later, the music plays again. In 1945, the Manila Symphony Orchestra with its first conductor, Herbert Zipper played Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3 in E-Flat Major “Eroica” and Antonin Dvorak’s Symphony No. 9 “From the New World” in the ruins of Santa Cruz Church during the liberation of Manila.
Jazz, a classy genre. 1337, slang for “elite.” This slang-y, classy concert on March 28 at the Music Museum is Not Quite Jazz - just new takes on familiar songs.
UP Vargas Museum presents the group exhibition titled Reroute on March 3, Tuesday, 4pm at the 3F Galleries and Porch. Curated by Dayang Yraola, Reroute features site-specific works (with the exception of the sound works) that were only shown once prior to this exhibit.
A public lecture by Paul Pfeiffer will be held on 5 March, Thursday, at the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design (MCAD) as part of the Public Programme for the exhibition Vitruvian Figure.
Solar lamps to light up off-grid island communities will help children study better at night, says Earth Hour organizers in the Philippines.
The longest-running Davao Agro Trade Fair once again opens its gates for floriculture enthusiasts on March 6 at the Parking C of SM City Davao.
They started with a dream: to be able to capture beautiful life changing moments in people’s lives. They take pride in knowing that these moments will not only be embedded in the hearts of the family, but can be enjoyed, appreciated and adored for generations to come.