Tagaytay Art Beat is BACK with more stellar performances from this country’s emerging bands and renowned ones as well on February 4, 2017 at Museo Orlina. Image from DocDef Productions DocDef Productions and Museo Orlina are teaming up once again for a night full of arts and music, away from the bustling and busy Metro. The four-storey Museo Orlina boasts animpeccable display of glass sculptures and an overlooking of the Taal Volcano. This will be a great venue for young and aspiring artist to display their exhibits, and at the same time, having a great time listening to live music. List of performers: Autotelic Banna Harbera Conscious & The Goodness crwn Dante […]
This November 26 (Saturday), experience Escolta in a new light by joining the Escolta Block Party happening at the Escolta Street, Manila City. Image grabbed from Escolta Block Party The Escolta Block Party! is an event especially made for the artsy, crafty, indie and local-loving community. More especially, this event aims to commemorate the history and heritage of the area by participating in the various pocket events spread throughout the day. Highlights for the day include: • Saturday x Future Market @ESCOLTA – a street bazaar organized by 98B COLLABoratory (11am to 11pm) • Pop Up at The Ruins – exhibition (11am to 5pm) • The Tale of the Cursed […]
This November 12-13, join the first and biggest vegan event in the the country, VegFest Pilipinas, at Eastwood Central Plaza on November 12-13. Activities include: GUPRU FUN RUN – an early morning run with the family VEG EXPO – A showcase of locally-made vegan products and services. VEG WORKSHOPS – Demos of easy-to-prepare vegan meals, featuring top local vegan chefs. VEG TALKS – Talks on compassionate living by notable figures. Together, with VegFest Pilipinas, let’s spread awareness, and empower the people to protect the environment with a plant-based, and vegan lifestyle. Online registration is now closed but you may still join in the fun and register at the site […]
Artery Art Space is pleased to present an exhibit by Kanade Yagi with the support of The Asia Center Japan Foundation, featuring an installation of artistic research comprised of photographs, drawings, texts, and sculptural objects, that were inspired by the Filipino National Artist Guillermo Tolentino whose art touches upon deep spiritual truths and transcendental cosmic beliefs as pathways to identity.
See the dynamic nature of design through past, present, and future as the Philippine School of Interior Design (PSID) Advanced Class of 2016 holds their graduation exhibit entitled “Evolution” from September 29, 2016 (Thursday) to October 31, 2016 (Monday) at the Square Building, Greenfield District, Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City.