Here's your eat-all-you-can guide (including what you must not miss!) when you indulge in The Peninsula Manila's Escolta.
In their 38th anniversary, Viva is bringing their stars closer to fans in this two-day event!
What's better than a good 'ol comforting soup to warm you up on a cold, rainy day?
Arts and Culture
Everyone is going through their own personal battles in life and a lot of us have yet to overcome many of those battles.
From July 25 to September 16, Instituto Cervantes de Manila will be holding the exhibition “Miguel Hernández, a plena luz” in its center in Intramuros.
Artery Art Space is proud to present a solo exhibit by Arvin Flores entitled “Terrain of the New Vague”.
Artery Art Space is proud to present “Far Side of the Moon” featuring paintings by Allan Balisi, Argie Bandoy, Demosthenes Campos, Lindslee, and Carlo Ricafort.
Learn about the latest trends in performing arts and create a communication line among the cutting-edge artists and producers at the first Manila International Performing Arts Market (MPAM) x CREATE PH, slated on September 19 to 21, at CCP.
The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) will be hosting the annual conference of the Association of Asia Pacific Performing Arts Centres (AAPPAC) from September 20 to 22, 2019.
The Federation for Asian Cultural Promotion (FACP) holds its Conference in Manila on September 18-20, 2019.
The Festival is open to choirs who wish to compete in one, two or three of the following competition categories: Folk Song, Equal Voices Mixed Choir.
Silverlens is pleased to present They Might Be Giants, an exhibition of six new large-scale paintings by Jonathan Ching.
Artinformal is pleased to present a new exhibition opening at our Makati gallery on 2019 Jul 6, Sat, 6PM. It will run until 2019 Aug 3.
In his upcoming solo exhibition, Renato Barja Jr. continues to express the dead weight of human crises with somber depictions of impoverished and marginalized people trudging along mortal existence.
Still don't know where to go for the weekend? Here are the events and places to check out in the coming days.
From free films and plays to interactive light shows, there’s so much to look forward to on CCP’s 50th anniversary celebration!
2006 TOYM awardee and World – class brass sculptor Michael Cacnio presents his latest works aptly titled Seeds of Wealth. It is a series of powerful graphic brass sculptures that depicts the bountiful sensation of handling money.
Have a look at the aesthetic appeal of ancient Chinese symbols put into canvas through a modern mixed media style.