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Missed this year’s festival? Take a look at this installation art pieces that celebrate earth and let you contemplate in the space.
Get to know more about Great Britain’s rich and dynamic culture through this ongoing festival at Bonifacio Global City
It’s more than just a concert but an experience with a culture slowly being created, even.
Cool weather plus cool artists equals “a really cool festival.”
Enjoy the sun and take a stroll in this yearly gathering of artists and craftsmen. It’s an art fair where you can get affordable art pieces.
Tracing the origins of libel laws in the Philippines from the American colonial era and why the current cybercrime law could be reason for us to abolish it.
Art Fair Philippines presents art that the public can also appreciate outdoors.
Indulge in another visual feast as the most awaited gathering of Philippine modern and contemporary art returns at the Link car park at the Ayala Center in Makati City.
Five leading musicians from France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the Philippines collaborate and perform in a series of concerts in Taguig and Manila.
How well can you tell a story just by gazing at a painting?
Two floors, 29 galleries, seven special exhibits—you’ve got to see the greatest art show on this side of the metro.
Sing your way through the heavy traffic, especially on Valentine’s weekend, in this unique cab ride.
Don’t fall in love with a poet because of his poetry. No matter how good or bad the poetry is.
For love, indeed, is not just a welter of feelings, or a rush of desire. When the fires have cooled down and only the embers remain, what then?
Funding will be used for the expansion and improvement of the local museum and further research on the excavated balangay boats.