An enriching weekend of culture, cinema, and celebration: “Tertulia de Memoria” at Palacio de Memoria
Palacio de Memoria hosts its first ever heritage weekend lecture series dubbed “Tertulia de Memoria,” on July 27 and 28, 2019, in partnership with ANCX as co-presenter and media partner. The restored pre-war Roxas Boulevard estate and gardens serve as the ideal backdrop and venue for this enriching two-day event that aims to foster a renewed sense of heritage appreciation from attendees.
The Creative Communities Unite: An Intercity Gathering conference is happening on 9-11 August at Areté Creativity Hub, Ateneo de Manila University, Quezon City, Philippines. It will bring together the country’s creative hubs through networking and skills building.
Cultural Center of the Philippines sees its 50th anniversary celebration filled with exciting events which include crowd favorites such as the Pasinaya, Virign Labfest and free events for the public.
Text and photos by Art+ Staff
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.
The ninth edition of the annual Creative Expo Taiwan opens from April 24 to May 5. This year’s theme is Culture On the Move, emphasizing cultural dynamism, and showcasing the intersect between innovation and tradition in Taiwan. The expo takes place at five locations along Taipei’s old Civic Boulevard railroad, reactivated as a new cultural corridor connecting Huashan 1914 Creative Park, Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab (C-Lab), TRW Railway Museum, Songshan Cultural and Creative Park, and Taipei Expo Park - Expo Dome. In exploring the history of the old railroad turned new cultural corridor, which stretches nine kilometers across Taipei from Railway Ministry Park to Taipei Music Center, 2019 Creative Expo Taiwan rediscovers Taipei through a fresh historical lens.
Here’s a list of things you can do to appreciate art if it’s a difficult task for you.
WORDS AND ILLUSTRATIONS BY MONIQUE CORDERO
We constantly find ourselves looking for some sort of meaningful connection in our lives. Some people find that kind of connection in literature, others find that connection with music. But when trying to find that kind of connection with art some may find it difficult because it can be interpreted in so many ways. Sometimes, people may not be able to interpret it at all. If you are one of those people, worry not. For in this article, you can learn how to better appreciate art in three easy ways.
Manila, 11 October 2018 – This October, the Cultural Section of the Embassy of France to the Philippines and the Alliance Française de Manille will launch a new monthly rendez-vous: Les Jeudis culturels (Cultural Thursdays)!
Text by Marco Angelo M. Felizardo; Photos by Marz Aglipay
This year’s Sikat Pinoy National Arts and Crafts Fair at SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City concluded last Sunday. This Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) fair provides a platform for home grown products that showcase the handiwork of indigenous people of the Philippines.
This government initiative provides an avenue for grassroots businesses that hail from the different parts of the archipelago in order to make their products accessible to the Metro Manila market. Textiles from Tawi-Tawi, headpieces from the Cordilleras, and chocolates from Davao were among the meticulously crafted products were made available to be reveled upon. The government invited and provided generous support to these MSME locals who produced these pieces.
Art of Living
International Art News
Question & Answer