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Open workshops, media artworks, and performances by electronic musicians highlight the fifth edition of this annual international festival.
The prized novelist on how his love for literature began, his weakness, and why he doesn’t consider his audience when he writes.
There is a need to provide opportunities for writers and artists to explore new topics and forms; to widen the terrain of “acceptable” intellectual discourse and artistic expression.
Recharge your writer’s soul in this rare gathering of celebrated and award-winning authors, publishes, poets, and other literary writers.
For this popular fortuneteller in Quiapo, her cards are not only a means to earn a living but once, it also saved her life.
See the best of Philippine artistry at Manila FAME.
This year’s ManilART provides viewers with social commentary, whimsy, and fun. Here are ten pieces and exhibits that stood out.
Slated on October 16 to 19, ManilArt’s 6th edition will have Filpino and foreign artists, and tours to Manila FAME as well.
All’s fair in love and the art of the tattoo.
Just like Haruki Murakami’s novel ‘Norwegian Wood,’ which British choreographer James Cousins took inspiration from, ‘There Have Been’ and ‘Without Stars’ are heart-rending dance pieces.
Inspiring book shares how Filipinas across the world have risen above their challenges and transformed themselves as advocates of social change.
Author of the winning biography receives Php100,000 and a bust by Rafael del Casal.
New Filipino fiction novel, ‘Moymoy Lulumboy: Ang Batang Aswang’ will surely engage readers that are into fantasy, mythology, and adventure.
InterAksyon’s Jessica Zafra and Danton Remoto will host Amy Tan’s and Chang-Rae Lee’s talks, respectively.
Rare exhibit at the Ayala Museum features works by Mexico’s great artists.