Y Space at the Yuchengco Museum opens its doors to "Y Now? Art & Healing Festival (in a Time of Critical Disruption)", a festival that fosters discussion of contemporary spirituality and consciousness right next to the expressive arts of our culture which takes place from 24 May–23 June 2019
In observance of Heritage Month Gateway Gallery opened the exhibit Araneta: Heritage Town on May 15, 2019. The exhibit highlights the rich history of Araneta district and its peripheral areas as center of lifestyle and entertainment with Araneta Coliseum as its centerpiece.
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Since the inaugural show in 2015, Art Vancouver has risen to acclaim, establishing itself as one of the preeminent art shows in Western Canada. In 2019, the fair’s theme of “Uniting Nations through Art” served as a catalyst for what would be the event’s most well-attended edition. Over 10,000 attendees gathered on the waterfront at the Vancouver Convention Centre to take in visual and interactive art from over 20 different countries.
To complete its final slate of films, the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP)’ Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino (PPP) is extending the deadline for submission of finished films or films in post-production stage until June 15, 2019.
Last March 28, the Agency held a press conference at Gloria Maris at Gateway Mall in Cubao, Quezon City to announce the first three (3) projects in the advanced stage of development or production stage that were selected to join PPP3’s lineup of films. “Cuddle Weather” by Rod Marmol from Project 8 corner San Joaquin Projects, “LSS (Last Song Syndrome)” by Jade Castro from Globe Studios, and “The Panti Sisters” by Perci Intalan from The IdeaFirst Company, Inc. rounded up the three (3) of eight (8) PPP films this year.
Message of Senator Loren Legarda* Visionary and Lead Advocate of the Philippines’ Participation in the Venice Biennale
Vernissage of “Island Weather” at the Philippine Pavilion at the 58th Biennale Arte
8 May 2019 | Venice, Italy
*Delivered by Ambassador Domingo Nolasco, Philippine Ambassador to Italy
A project by a new small press and curatorial platform Comma and independent bookstore Kwago, A Curated Shelf creates a space to understand the many ways we read, write and publish.To be launched at Komura; Book Fair on May 18, 3pm - 4pm, the second curated shelf will feature guest curator Ani Almario. Her selection of fifteen publications are children’s books that she would require her own kids to read.
In its efforts to showcase Filipino film production companies on a global platform, the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) will be leading the Philippine film delegation as the Philippines has been selected as the Spotlight Country at the prestigious Marché du Film's Cannes Producers Network featuring a diverse and relevant lineup of film producers from the country from May 15 to 21, 2019 in Cannes, France.
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