American playwright, screenwriter, and librettist David Henry Hwang who wrote the 1988 Tony Award for Best Play ‘M. BUTTERFLY’ (which is currently playing at Maybank Performing Arts Theater until September 30) is coming to Manila to conduct a strictly by invitation only “Master Class” on September 28 – 3 pm.
CREATE Philippines champions the development of the Philippine creative industry in the global market as it welcomes artists, designers, content creators, startups, freelancers and other creative talents in its second edition on September 22-23 at the Basement 1 of The Globe Tower, Bonifacio Global City in Taguig.
Organized by the Department of Trade and Industry through the Center for International Trade Expositions and Mission (DTI-CITEM), the annual event serves as the country’s international trade platform for continued learning, knowledge exchange, and business networking towards the development of the Philippine creative industry.
(Manila) – On June 30, Pens N’ Brushes will be hosting the 6th edition of The Life Drawing Session entitled, “The Forsaken Bride”. This nude painting activity will be held at the Pineapple Lab, 6053 R. Palma Street, Barangay Poblacion, Makati Cityfrom 6:00 PM until 10:00 PM
Vienna/Austria based artistic & strategic consultant in the field of music, Andreas Vierziger hosted a 3-day workshop which aims to develop awareness of contact points between various disciplines and industries as well as to develop concepts, ideas, concrete projects and artworks that are crossing borders of genres and disciplines: Different musical genres, crossover, dance, performance, visual arts, performative arts, high tech, coding, etc.
Pens & Brushes Philippines recently added another feather on their cap, with their event in Green Sun Hotel in Makati themed “The Deities of Ancient Egypt”. The activity was a life drawing session which featured male and female models that helped artists capture the same level of appreciation that the ancient civilization of Egypt was known to have for the human body – adorning and pampering it in every possible way, to unveil its beauty and mysteries.
Life drawing (nude) workshops can be intimidating for most people, even uncomfortable, but Pens & Brushes Philippines have found a way to conduct these sessions with professionalism and provide a very casual, relaxing and less intimidating environment.
A god and a goddess of Egypt will be awakened in the fifth edition of The Life Drawing Session Philippines, "The Deities of Ancient Egypt." This thematical figure drawing session is one of the most engaging art events organized by Pens N' Brushes Art Event Management.
Improve yourself this year by doing something different! Join us at Portraits 360° and try the art of sketching, or even posing for illustrations. This casual art jam is very inclusive and encouraging to budding art lovers. Artists can use whatever media they choose and sell their pieces during the “Stamp & Sell” session at their chosen rate.
If your friends or family ever dreamed of being immortalized on paper, bring them along to be subjects! Sitters may be an individual, couple or group, and each can take home an artwork of their choice. It’s a fun way to sharpen one’s drawing skills and an exciting venue to meet new pals.
The event is divided into three sets, at 30 minutes each and the acoustic band, Timog, will perform during intermission.
Portraits 360° is brought to you by Pens N’Brushes in cooperation with the official media partners: Art Plus Magazine, Doodle Arts Magazine, Inquirer.net and WhenInManila.com.
See you on the 27th of January (Saturday), at 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm at the official venue: Studio @ Fully Booked (Ground Floor, B6, Bonifacio High Street, Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines).
The Department of Fine Arts of Ateneo de Manila University will once again offer “Arts Work,”
an intensive five-week arts workshop that aims to hone creativity in creative writing, theater arts,
and visual arts of senior high school students.
Slated every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday between April 24 to May 26, 2018, from 9:00AM
to 12:00 PM, Arts Work will cover bases of practical and skill-based techniques. In addition,
intensive theory and critical discussions will supplement the workshop process, giving students a
glimpse of how art is tackled in a college setting.