Cinemalaya 15's closing ceremonies awarded 12 out of 20 films in competition in various categories on the 11th of August. The festival closed with positive news of the festival's growing audience and social media attention.
Everyone is going through their own personal battles in life and a lot of us have yet to overcome many of those battles. As we go on looking for solutions to the countless number of our struggles, we try to seek for comfort and relief in order to help us and motivate us to get back on track – whether it’s through family, friends, loved ones, or even through something just as simple as music.
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Creative Expo Taiwan concluded with an overall attendance of 350,000 guests during its 9th edition, which ran from April 24 to May 5, 2019.
The Expo showcased programs that took place in five different venues along Taipei’s Cultural Corridor, a location that outlines Taipei’s trade history and creative future. For the first time, Creative Expo Taiwan’s organizers added a dedicated pavilion for performance art called Stage on the Move, as well as a special showcase of select Taiwan counties called Places on the Move.
Fresh from winning the Nikkei Prize for Culture and Community, the Cinemalaya Foundation, in partnership with the Cultural Center of the Philippines, celebrates 15 years of introducing best independepent cinematic works to the Filipino and international film communities on August 2 to 11, 2019, at various venues of the CCP.
INDIE UN-FILM FESTIVAL (IUF) is an annual digital film competition that is spearheaded by the DLSU Green Media Group, a premiere university-based media and production organization. This event is a platform for student filmmakers to showcase their work to the public and for the audience to heighten their appreciation for the craft of filmmaking.
Text by Art+ Staff | Photos by Kai Magic courtesy of Krinkle & Key
Krinkle & Key held its second life-drawing workshop themed "Motion: A Life Drawing Event" at UP Diliman's Bahay ng Alumni. This intimate gathering brought together individuals of different artistic skill levels and granting them an opportunity to sketch nude models.
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.
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Text by by Elizabeth Ruth Deyro Photos by Martina de Vera
We live in a painful irony: with each year’s passing comes a stronger call to reinforce decades-old attempts to assert progressive views, be it about gender politics or racial equality. Art, as a means to bridge the often-neglected connection of the personal and political realms of meaning, has long been considered as an effective means to address continuously relevant sociopolitical issues, and contemporary artists of various mediums--especially those producing art independently--strive to keep the legacy alive.
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