Richard Garcia has the skill and passion for the arts for as long as he can remember. Staying true to his craft, he has made a career out of being a full-time art teacher and Department Head for Art and Music at PAREF Southridge School. His office in Southridge, called “The Art Room,” looks like a gallery.
Text and Photos by Marz Aglipay
The introduction of Manila Notes come with much gusto from its cast of seasoned actors and actresses promising that it will be a production that will be remembered by Filipino audiences for years to come.
“This is not us.” Perplexed with the seemingly new norms in our midst, artist and University of the Philippines Fine Arts professor Marco Ruben T. Malto II presents his solo exhibit, “Kahimanawari,” and offers a timely contribution to vital discourses on Filipino virtues.
Passionate about educating, inspiring, and connecting artists and publishers with industry movers and shakers from local and international communities, Komura; founders, Czyka Tumaliuan of Kwago and Kayla Dionisio of Warehouse Eight, bootstrapped the first intimate conference focused on understanding the business side of creative pursuits in publishing and print on Nov 24, 2018--Komura; Studio. Happening at Warehouse Eight, La Fuerza compound, Makati City, Komura; Studio will end with a gig organized by Echoes PH and a dedicated time for slow networking among the speakers and guests.
Nikki Luna: How to be a Woman of the World, 1335MABINI gallery in Karrivin Plaza, Makati
1335MABINI is proud to present Nikki Luna’s solo exhibition How to be a Woman of the World. Nikki Luna’s exhibition opens just three days prior to the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women on November 25. This International Day aims to raise awareness on violence against women and girls. And Nikki Luna’s work deals with the systematic violence perpetrated against women and girls, in the Philippines and beyond.
Manila, 14 November 2018 – After the success of last month’s concert featuring South African saxophonist Adam Campbell and Filipina pianist Mariel Ilusorio, Les Jeudis culturels (Cultural Thursdays) returns this November as a tribute to one of France’s greatest musicians, Charles Aznavour.
Text by Franchesca Lesaca
The Embassy of Israel proudly brings Ensemble NAYA to the Philippines to showcase their distinct baroque style and technique.
After the success of its anniversary show last October 27th, Ampalaya Monologues is going to restage its newest collection dubbed as “Bitt3rd.”
The Ampalaya Monologues’ Bitt3rd collection is about the two kinds of people; those who drink and those who cause the urge to drink. It asks, “Which one will you be?” As the night unfolds, interconnected stories of those who have taken chances find themselves to be both, through their own and others’ experiences.