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Once described by an art critic as “the invisible man of Philippine painting,” a retrospective puts this revered artist in his rightful place in Philippine art history.
In Villamor, Art Relief’s mobile kitchen is a comfort zone for hot meals and a hub for exchanging ideas
Beyond food for weary survivors and dedicated volunteers, this little tent in Villamor Air Base also doubles as a place for trading ideas that could help save us from future disasters.
Meanwhile, theater and art goes on in ‘Maxie the Musicale’ and the importance of preserving photos in Fernando Sepe Jr.’s ‘Vanishing Point’ photo exhibit.
With a venue curated with the feel of a church setting, visitors appreciate the glorious details and rich history of Bohol’s various heritage churches.
Steeped with so much history, Leyte carries battle scars that herald hope in its rising again from the aftermath of Typhoon Yolanda.
Strong winds and heavy rains in the metro did not dampen the early Christmas spirit of sharing in a benefit concert that aims to help rebuild Bohol.
Quiapo as a mecca for hard-working individuals in search of their dreams to uplift themselves—and through the eyes of multi-awarded lensman Rick Rocamora.
Reading and demanding good books are essential to living says this literature professor.
Close encounters of the ghostly kind.
INKCANTO | Insults over the SC’s ‘National Artist ruling’; Freddie’s nightmare—and other scary stuff
From good, scary children’s books to a bad, scary misreading of the SC ruling voiding the National Artist awards given to Caparas et. al.
For one last time onstage together, the queens of Philippine performing arts—Lisa Macuja-Elizalde, Cecile Licad, and Lea Salonga—amazed, even touched this fellow artist to the core.
Watch the special screening at the SM Aura Premier on October 22, 7 p.m.
Diehard fans of Nora Aunor are eagerly awaiting if she will finally be bestowed with the highest national recognition for her achievements in film and broadcast arts.
Philippine blues band trio Bleu Rascals brought pride to the country as the group won the grand prize at the Cotai Jazz and Blues Festival in Macao.
At SM Aura till Sunday, October 13, Philippine art in all its diversities, one grand creative celebration.