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.
The Altro Mondo Creative Space is glad to announce its upcoming exhibitions that will feature Filipino artists in five different shows from 27 April to 20 May 2019.
A fusion of Filipino and European music filled The Ruins last night (7 May) in the Euro-PInoy concert as European and Filipino artists jammed the night away .
The concert was in celebration of the founding of the EU and the EU-PH partnership.
Text by Marz Aglipay
Artists participating in "Kabit at Sabit" bring art closer to the public as they channel the creative spirit of the Pahiyas Festival this Saturday 11 May.
Load na Dito projects, a mobile research and artistic project initiated in 2016 by Mark Salvatus and Mayumi Hirano, called for proposals early this month for "Kabit at Sabit" where 30 artists from around Metro Manila, the regions such as Bacolod, Cebu, and Roxas City to name a few have responded to their call.
Text by Julia Singson, Miles See, and Janelle Singson; Photos by Miles See and Janelle Singson.
Two solo exhibitions at Galerie Stephanie explore the complexities of being a woman in Sarah Geneblazo's "Hemline: Unholy Duty" and materiality in Kat Grow's "Terraforming Rituals".
Text and main photo by Marz Aglipay; Artist photos courtesy of Ephesus Teatron Group
There are some stories that stand the test of time when told through music. As it stands, foreign influences in music has made the masses unfamiliar to the sound of Kundiman, a traditional Filipino genre of love songs.
This coming Independence holiday, Ephesus Teatron Group offers "Reminiscences", a performance of Kundiman and folk songs performed through story-telling the sound of Filipino pop tunes from a different era.
"On/out of paper" is a group exhibition curated by Hermanto Soerjanto, featuring Ashley Yeo (SG), Irfan Hendrian (ID), Iswanto Soerjanto (ID), Ryan Villamael (PH), and Yudi Sulistyo (ID). The exhibition formally opened on the 4th of May at Mizuma Gallery in Singapore.
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