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    Arte Povera: Italian Landscapes Opens on February 10 at the MET Museum @ Metropolitan Museum of Manila
    Arte Povera: Italian Landscapes Opens on February 10 at the MET Museum @ Metropolitan Museum of Manila
    Apr 30 all-day
    Arte Povera: Italian Landscapes Opens on February 10 at the MET Museum @ Metropolitan Museum of Manila
    The Metropolitan Museum of Manila partners with the Embassy of Italy in Manila to open its newest exhibition, Arte Povera: Italian Landscape. The exhibit opens on February 10, 2020 and will run until April 30, 2020. The exhibit curated by Daniel Eccher features artworks of Italian artists during the contemporary art movement Arte Povera. Known as one of the most significant avant-garde movements, artists commonly used pre-industrial age materials including rocks, clothing, paper, and rope. Germano Celant coined the term Arte Povera in 1967. He wanted to enlighten others that art is not only created through the use of traditional materials.  In fact, the word Arte Povera means “poor art,” indicating that even cheap materials can be utilized in making art. The venue of […]
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    8:00 PM Prog Metal Band Dream Theater Brings Distance Over Time Tour in Manila @ New Frontier Theater
    Prog Metal Band Dream Theater Brings Distance Over Time Tour in Manila @ New Frontier Theater
    Apr 30 @ 8:00 PM
    Prog Metal Band Dream Theater Brings Distance Over Time Tour in Manila @ New Frontier Theater
    Long time fans of progressive metal band Dream Theater is in for a treat this year! As part of their Distance Over Time World Tour, the band is set to perform in Manila on April 30, 2020 at the New Frontier Theater in Quezon City. The iconic band, which was formed in 1985 and was originally called Majesty, is presently composed of James Labrie (lead vocals), John Petrucci (guitars, backing vocals), Jordan Rudess (keyboards),  John Myung (bass guitars), and Mike Mangini (drums and percussion). They have a total of 14 studio albums including the critically acclaimed Awake (1992), Six Degrees of Turbulence (2002), and last but not the least, Images and Words released in 1995—a certified Gold record carrying one of the band’s most successful songs “Pull Me Under.” https://youtu.be/mipc-JxrhRk?list=PLN-OKmjqfXTJZ2rqROGa8HLARLIVEOPoT In fact, Dream Theater […]