This Week

Wednesday

Tammy De Roca takes away the sentiment from household objects in this exhibit

Mundane as they may be, everyday household objects can tell us a lot about an individual; we use these objects subconsciously to give as an idea about a person that may otherwise be overlooked. But what happens when the sentimentality of these items are removed? With no context, what is left of these objects? Settlements by Tammy De Roca explores the idea of personalization. The exhibit will run from Jul. 4 to 31.

Three artists load their last save point in this video game-inspired exhibit

A retrospective on the video games that shaped their childhood, three artists, Mayi, Tokwa, and JC Peñaflorida, take a look back at the experiences and the games that, perhaps, influenced and inspired their visual style and artistic entity. This three-man exhibit explores the concept of returning to the past and looking back on how much one has grown and progressed from a certain point in their journey. The exhibit Save Point will run from Jul. 4 to 31.

Jinggoy Buensuceso’s solo exhibit explores the concept of the universe

Visual artist and sculptor Jinggoy Buensuceso’s latest exhibit features a series of metal sculptures welded, hammered, and ground with a candor unusual to an otherwise rigid material. His interpretation of the cosmos is reflected in the subtle colors speckled in his work. The artist explores the concept of a higher being and the mysteries of the universe in Distortions of Reality.

Catch 15 full-feature films at this year’s Eigasai Japanese Film Festival

For the 21st installment of EIGASAI, The Japan Foundation Manila presents 15 full-feature films to be screened in Manila, Cebu, Davao, Bacolod, and Naga from July 4 to August 26. Admission is free on a first-come, first-served basis, except screenings at Greenbelt 1 Cinema 2 (PHP100 per screening) where tickets are available online: https://www.sureseats.com or at the cinema ticket booth starting June 27.

Check out the screening schedules for each city here: https://jfmo.org.ph/events-and-courses/japanese-film-festival-eigasai-2018/

 

Enroll your kids in robotics, 3D animation, and digital arts courses this summer

In Power Mac Center’s latest series of summer workshops, courses were thoroughly selected and modules creatively crafted to meet the current interests of young digital enthusiasts. Kids aged eight to 15 are invited to enroll in a five-day session on game development, digital arts, 3D modeling and animation, and robotics.

thursday

Serenades by the Philippine Madringal Singers’ soprano duo, the Nightingales

Vocal duo Ma. Rhina Paula Palma-Cruz and Bianca Camille Lopez take center stage at the Ayala Museum for a night of music. Let them serenade you with classical and popular music choices, accompanied by pianist Jesper Colleen Mercado. Reserve a ticket today at the Ayala Museum ticket counter or through Ticket World.

Tammy De Roca takes away the sentiment from household objects in this exhibit

Mundane as they may be, everyday household objects can tell us a lot about an individual; we use these objects subconsciously to give as an idea about a person that may otherwise be overlooked. But what happens when the sentimentality of these items are removed? With no context, what is left of these objects? Settlements by Tammy De Roca explores the idea of personalization. The exhibit will run from Jul. 4 to 31.

Three artists load their last save point in this video game-inspired exhibit

A retrospective on the video games that shaped their childhood, three artists, Mayi, Tokwa, and JC Peñaflorida, take a look back at the experiences and the games that, perhaps, influenced and inspired their visual style and artistic entity. This three-man exhibit explores the concept of returning to the past and looking back on how much one has grown and progressed from a certain point in their journey. The exhibit Save Point will run from Jul. 4 to 31.

Jinggoy Buensuceso’s solo exhibit explores the concept of the universe

Visual artist and sculptor Jinggoy Buensuceso’s latest exhibit features a series of metal sculptures welded, hammered, and ground with a candor unusual to an otherwise rigid material. His interpretation of the cosmos is reflected in the subtle colors speckled in his work. The artist explores the concept of a higher being and the mysteries of the universe in Distortions of Reality.

Catch 15 full-feature films at this year’s Eigasai Japanese Film Festival

For the 21st installment of EIGASAI, The Japan Foundation Manila presents 15 full-feature films to be screened in Manila, Cebu, Davao, Bacolod, and Naga from July 4 to August 26. Admission is free on a first-come, first-served basis, except screenings at Greenbelt 1 Cinema 2 (PHP100 per screening) where tickets are available online: https://www.sureseats.com or at the cinema ticket booth starting June 27.

Check out the screening schedules for each city here: https://jfmo.org.ph/events-and-courses/japanese-film-festival-eigasai-2018/

 

Enroll your kids in robotics, 3D animation, and digital arts courses this summer

In Power Mac Center’s latest series of summer workshops, courses were thoroughly selected and modules creatively crafted to meet the current interests of young digital enthusiasts. Kids aged eight to 15 are invited to enroll in a five-day session on game development, digital arts, 3D modeling and animation, and robotics.

Friday

Tammy De Roca takes away the sentiment from household objects in this exhibit

Mundane as they may be, everyday household objects can tell us a lot about an individual; we use these objects subconsciously to give as an idea about a person that may otherwise be overlooked. But what happens when the sentimentality of these items are removed? With no context, what is left of these objects? Settlements by Tammy De Roca explores the idea of personalization. The exhibit will run from Jul. 4 to 31.

Three artists load their last save point in this video game-inspired exhibit

A retrospective on the video games that shaped their childhood, three artists, Mayi, Tokwa, and JC Peñaflorida, take a look back at the experiences and the games that, perhaps, influenced and inspired their visual style and artistic entity. This three-man exhibit explores the concept of returning to the past and looking back on how much one has grown and progressed from a certain point in their journey. The exhibit Save Point will run from Jul. 4 to 31.

Jinggoy Buensuceso’s solo exhibit explores the concept of the universe

Visual artist and sculptor Jinggoy Buensuceso’s latest exhibit features a series of metal sculptures welded, hammered, and ground with a candor unusual to an otherwise rigid material. His interpretation of the cosmos is reflected in the subtle colors speckled in his work. The artist explores the concept of a higher being and the mysteries of the universe in Distortions of Reality.

Catch 15 full-feature films at this year’s Eigasai Japanese Film Festival

For the 21st installment of EIGASAI, The Japan Foundation Manila presents 15 full-feature films to be screened in Manila, Cebu, Davao, Bacolod, and Naga from July 4 to August 26. Admission is free on a first-come, first-served basis, except screenings at Greenbelt 1 Cinema 2 (PHP100 per screening) where tickets are available online: https://www.sureseats.com or at the cinema ticket booth starting June 27.

Check out the screening schedules for each city here: https://jfmo.org.ph/events-and-courses/japanese-film-festival-eigasai-2018/

 

Enroll your kids in robotics, 3D animation, and digital arts courses this summer

In Power Mac Center’s latest series of summer workshops, courses were thoroughly selected and modules creatively crafted to meet the current interests of young digital enthusiasts. Kids aged eight to 15 are invited to enroll in a five-day session on game development, digital arts, 3D modeling and animation, and robotics.

saturday

Improve your travel writing and photography with Writer’s Block Philippines

Organized by Writer’s Block Philippines, How to Tell a Travel Story: A Travel Writing and Photography Workshop will teach you tips on how to be an effective storyteller through a combination of good writing and engaging photos. The course will touch on topics such as the basics of travel writing, putting together a story, taking better photographs to accompany your travel features, and getting published.

Writer and editor Kristine Fonacier and photographer Paco Guerrero from GRID Magazine will also be sharing their expertise on travel writing and photography.

For inquiries and reservations, email [email protected] or contact 0917-397-9927.

Jumpstart a conscious lifestyle at The Good Trade Fair

Have you been planning to start a sustainable lifestyle? Begin at The Good Trade, a zero-waste and sustainable fair gathering purpose-driven brands that can help you make an impact. It’s happening on July 21 to 22 at Central Square, Bonifacio Global City.

If you’re looking for refillable containers and tools to make the transition to a zero-waste lifestyle, curate an ethical capsule wardrobe, or switch to a vegan skin care routine, you’re sure to find all these and more. There will also be repair stations and recycling partners for cherished items in need of TLC or for disposal.

We know how difficult it can be to start a sustainable lifestyle, so join in the talks and demos to get some practical tips and step-by-step guides.

Tammy De Roca takes away the sentiment from household objects in this exhibit

Mundane as they may be, everyday household objects can tell us a lot about an individual; we use these objects subconsciously to give as an idea about a person that may otherwise be overlooked. But what happens when the sentimentality of these items are removed? With no context, what is left of these objects? Settlements by Tammy De Roca explores the idea of personalization. The exhibit will run from Jul. 4 to 31.

Three artists load their last save point in this video game-inspired exhibit

A retrospective on the video games that shaped their childhood, three artists, Mayi, Tokwa, and JC Peñaflorida, take a look back at the experiences and the games that, perhaps, influenced and inspired their visual style and artistic entity. This three-man exhibit explores the concept of returning to the past and looking back on how much one has grown and progressed from a certain point in their journey. The exhibit Save Point will run from Jul. 4 to 31.

Jinggoy Buensuceso’s solo exhibit explores the concept of the universe

Visual artist and sculptor Jinggoy Buensuceso’s latest exhibit features a series of metal sculptures welded, hammered, and ground with a candor unusual to an otherwise rigid material. His interpretation of the cosmos is reflected in the subtle colors speckled in his work. The artist explores the concept of a higher being and the mysteries of the universe in Distortions of Reality.

Catch 15 full-feature films at this year’s Eigasai Japanese Film Festival

For the 21st installment of EIGASAI, The Japan Foundation Manila presents 15 full-feature films to be screened in Manila, Cebu, Davao, Bacolod, and Naga from July 4 to August 26. Admission is free on a first-come, first-served basis, except screenings at Greenbelt 1 Cinema 2 (PHP100 per screening) where tickets are available online: https://www.sureseats.com or at the cinema ticket booth starting June 27.

Check out the screening schedules for each city here: https://jfmo.org.ph/events-and-courses/japanese-film-festival-eigasai-2018/

 

Enroll your kids in robotics, 3D animation, and digital arts courses this summer

In Power Mac Center’s latest series of summer workshops, courses were thoroughly selected and modules creatively crafted to meet the current interests of young digital enthusiasts. Kids aged eight to 15 are invited to enroll in a five-day session on game development, digital arts, 3D modeling and animation, and robotics.

Sunday

Tammy De Roca takes away the sentiment from household objects in this exhibit

Mundane as they may be, everyday household objects can tell us a lot about an individual; we use these objects subconsciously to give as an idea about a person that may otherwise be overlooked. But what happens when the sentimentality of these items are removed? With no context, what is left of these objects? Settlements by Tammy De Roca explores the idea of personalization. The exhibit will run from Jul. 4 to 31.

Three artists load their last save point in this video game-inspired exhibit

A retrospective on the video games that shaped their childhood, three artists, Mayi, Tokwa, and JC Peñaflorida, take a look back at the experiences and the games that, perhaps, influenced and inspired their visual style and artistic entity. This three-man exhibit explores the concept of returning to the past and looking back on how much one has grown and progressed from a certain point in their journey. The exhibit Save Point will run from Jul. 4 to 31.

Jinggoy Buensuceso’s solo exhibit explores the concept of the universe

Visual artist and sculptor Jinggoy Buensuceso’s latest exhibit features a series of metal sculptures welded, hammered, and ground with a candor unusual to an otherwise rigid material. His interpretation of the cosmos is reflected in the subtle colors speckled in his work. The artist explores the concept of a higher being and the mysteries of the universe in Distortions of Reality.

Catch 15 full-feature films at this year’s Eigasai Japanese Film Festival

For the 21st installment of EIGASAI, The Japan Foundation Manila presents 15 full-feature films to be screened in Manila, Cebu, Davao, Bacolod, and Naga from July 4 to August 26. Admission is free on a first-come, first-served basis, except screenings at Greenbelt 1 Cinema 2 (PHP100 per screening) where tickets are available online: https://www.sureseats.com or at the cinema ticket booth starting June 27.

Check out the screening schedules for each city here: https://jfmo.org.ph/events-and-courses/japanese-film-festival-eigasai-2018/

 

Enroll your kids in robotics, 3D animation, and digital arts courses this summer

In Power Mac Center’s latest series of summer workshops, courses were thoroughly selected and modules creatively crafted to meet the current interests of young digital enthusiasts. Kids aged eight to 15 are invited to enroll in a five-day session on game development, digital arts, 3D modeling and animation, and robotics.