This Week

Monday

“Make Me Four Masks” is a female-dominated exhibit

The face has been masked with various symbols; while figures are now entrapped in a more experimental environment with undertones of surrealism. Such new styles are expressed by Bulacan-based artists Don Bryan Bunag, Lawrence Cervantes, Mark Maac and Marvin Quizon in their four-man exhibit entitled “Make Me Four Masks” drawn from the concluding line of Virginia Moreno’s famous poem, “Order for Masks.” Inspired by the element of mystery and universality, their female-dominated pieces resonate the exhibit’s literary reference through the paradox of revealing through concealing.

May exhibits at METRO Gallery: “Synthesis” and “Huminang”

In Synthesis, artist Kadin Tiu painted it the way she normally approaches things – line, form, movement, possibility and relationship. Light is no longer light but another element in an already existing world within her canvas.

Huminang features around 60 paintings by Sulu school children, Marine soldiers stationed in the area, and 12 visual artists from Mindanao—with works that embody joyful creativity amidst conflict and human values amidst violence.

“Ding, Ang Bato!” a musical

De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde presents “Ding, Ang Bato!” a dance musical by Benilde’s Arts and Culture Cluster’s Dance Program, based on Mars Ravelo’s Darna.
The production marks the return to the stage of Darna, the Filipina superhero and icon created by the brilliant mind of comic book legend Mars Ravelo.

“Labas vs. Loob” by Patrick Cruz

According to the National Mapping and Resource Information Authority, there are 7,641 islands in the Philippine archipelago today. During the spring high tide brought about by the moon and the sun, seven of them would submerge and disappear creating a cartographical anomaly. Facts bubble into a foam of fiction blurring the agency of time. Similar to its geography, the history of the Philippines is awash with ideological tidal currents that perpetually advance and retreat, sedating the Filipino subconscious into a cultural coma.

Counterclockwise, a group exhibition at Mono8

Counterclockwise is a group exhibit made by six artists, featuring the works of Renz Baluyot, Bjorn Calleja, Don Djerassi Dalmacio, Jonas Eslao, Jeffrey Jay Jarin, and Wipo.

Reinterpreting Vic Delotavo’s Poster for Philippine Cinema

The exhibition is a corollary to the museum’s ongoing survey show, “Vic Delotavo: Posters for Philippine Cinema”. Here, Dranreb Belleza, Valeria Cavestany, Carlos Celdran, John Lloyd Cruz, Patrick Cruz, Robert Langenegger, Romeo Lee, Jayson Oliveria, Raul Rodriguez, Gerardo Tan, Jay Yao and Cecile Zamora reinterpret Vic Delotavo’s work by repurposing his sought-after compositions in the Archivo 1984 collection through their varying artistic styles.

Swimming Lessons, a two-man exhibit by Teo Esguerra and Denver Garza

Swimming Lessons is a two-man exhibition by artists Teo Esguerra and Denver Garza.

A Pilgrimage; Souls Retrieved, Ceremonies Constructed at The Drawing Room

The Drawing Room presents A Pilgrimage; Souls Retrieved, Ceremonies Constructed by Miguel Aquilizan and Jessica Dorizac.

Ardie Aquino’s Color Me Not will transport you to a world of black and white

This exhibit presents the artworks of Ardie Aquino in black and white, intending to show the beauty of life despite the adversities; that life is not about what we get from it but how we see through it. Life is about appreciation of its splendor beyond the misfortunes.

Musical drama “Changing Partners” is coming to a bigger stage

From stage reading to a musical play, and then to a movie. “Changing Partners” has come a long way, and they’re not stopping anytime soon. Starring Agot Isidro, Jojit Lorenzo, Anna Luna, and Sandino Martin. For tickets, you can go here.

Learn vintage-themed journaling at Istorya Art Fair

Istorya is back this year, this time as a part of Art in Aura in SM Aura Premier. Istorya is an appreciation fair of Filipino old stories and vintage goods. Find beautiful flea market finds like vinyl records, eyewear, jewelry, typewriters, and home accessories. Activities include a calligraphy and vintage nib buffet, letterpress printing, and vintage-themed journaling, among others.

Watch your favorite Kidlat Tahimik films until June at Ateneo Art Gallery

The Ateneo Art Gallery is hosting Kidlat Revisited: Public Screenings of Kidlat Tahimik Films starting Apr. 25. To register, click here.

Free art workshops await at Fully Booked’s Art Buffet

Unleash your creativity and explore various art materials—all for free at Fully Booked’s Art Buffet. Different art materials, from watercolors to markers to oil pastels, will be laid out for you to try and experiment with.

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.

Tuesday

Free curator’s lecture with Markéta Vinglerová on Art Protis

The lecture focuses on Art Protis—the unique non-woven Czech technology—which Alcuaz employed in the making of his fabric work. The lecture will present Vinglerová’s research on the innovative procedures and experiments in fashion and textiles in the late ’50s and early ’60s in former Czechoslovakia. It examines how Art Protis became popular as an artistic decoration both in public interiors and private homes, as well as a subject of interest for both Czech and foreign artists. It also takes a look at how the expressive potential of Art Protis is being rediscovered, reused and reinterpreted by fashion designers and contemporary artists.

“Make Me Four Masks” is a female-dominated exhibit

The face has been masked with various symbols; while figures are now entrapped in a more experimental environment with undertones of surrealism. Such new styles are expressed by Bulacan-based artists Don Bryan Bunag, Lawrence Cervantes, Mark Maac and Marvin Quizon in their four-man exhibit entitled “Make Me Four Masks” drawn from the concluding line of Virginia Moreno’s famous poem, “Order for Masks.” Inspired by the element of mystery and universality, their female-dominated pieces resonate the exhibit’s literary reference through the paradox of revealing through concealing.

May exhibits at METRO Gallery: “Synthesis” and “Huminang”

In Synthesis, artist Kadin Tiu painted it the way she normally approaches things – line, form, movement, possibility and relationship. Light is no longer light but another element in an already existing world within her canvas.

Huminang features around 60 paintings by Sulu school children, Marine soldiers stationed in the area, and 12 visual artists from Mindanao—with works that embody joyful creativity amidst conflict and human values amidst violence.

“Ding, Ang Bato!” a musical

De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde presents “Ding, Ang Bato!” a dance musical by Benilde’s Arts and Culture Cluster’s Dance Program, based on Mars Ravelo’s Darna.
The production marks the return to the stage of Darna, the Filipina superhero and icon created by the brilliant mind of comic book legend Mars Ravelo.

“Labas vs. Loob” by Patrick Cruz

According to the National Mapping and Resource Information Authority, there are 7,641 islands in the Philippine archipelago today. During the spring high tide brought about by the moon and the sun, seven of them would submerge and disappear creating a cartographical anomaly. Facts bubble into a foam of fiction blurring the agency of time. Similar to its geography, the history of the Philippines is awash with ideological tidal currents that perpetually advance and retreat, sedating the Filipino subconscious into a cultural coma.

Counterclockwise, a group exhibition at Mono8

Counterclockwise is a group exhibit made by six artists, featuring the works of Renz Baluyot, Bjorn Calleja, Don Djerassi Dalmacio, Jonas Eslao, Jeffrey Jay Jarin, and Wipo.

Reinterpreting Vic Delotavo’s Poster for Philippine Cinema

The exhibition is a corollary to the museum’s ongoing survey show, “Vic Delotavo: Posters for Philippine Cinema”. Here, Dranreb Belleza, Valeria Cavestany, Carlos Celdran, John Lloyd Cruz, Patrick Cruz, Robert Langenegger, Romeo Lee, Jayson Oliveria, Raul Rodriguez, Gerardo Tan, Jay Yao and Cecile Zamora reinterpret Vic Delotavo’s work by repurposing his sought-after compositions in the Archivo 1984 collection through their varying artistic styles.

Swimming Lessons, a two-man exhibit by Teo Esguerra and Denver Garza

Swimming Lessons is a two-man exhibition by artists Teo Esguerra and Denver Garza.

A Pilgrimage; Souls Retrieved, Ceremonies Constructed at The Drawing Room

The Drawing Room presents A Pilgrimage; Souls Retrieved, Ceremonies Constructed by Miguel Aquilizan and Jessica Dorizac.

Ardie Aquino’s Color Me Not will transport you to a world of black and white

This exhibit presents the artworks of Ardie Aquino in black and white, intending to show the beauty of life despite the adversities; that life is not about what we get from it but how we see through it. Life is about appreciation of its splendor beyond the misfortunes.

Musical drama “Changing Partners” is coming to a bigger stage

From stage reading to a musical play, and then to a movie. “Changing Partners” has come a long way, and they’re not stopping anytime soon. Starring Agot Isidro, Jojit Lorenzo, Anna Luna, and Sandino Martin. For tickets, you can go here.

Learn vintage-themed journaling at Istorya Art Fair

Istorya is back this year, this time as a part of Art in Aura in SM Aura Premier. Istorya is an appreciation fair of Filipino old stories and vintage goods. Find beautiful flea market finds like vinyl records, eyewear, jewelry, typewriters, and home accessories. Activities include a calligraphy and vintage nib buffet, letterpress printing, and vintage-themed journaling, among others.

Watch your favorite Kidlat Tahimik films until June at Ateneo Art Gallery

The Ateneo Art Gallery is hosting Kidlat Revisited: Public Screenings of Kidlat Tahimik Films starting Apr. 25. To register, click here.

Free art workshops await at Fully Booked’s Art Buffet

Unleash your creativity and explore various art materials—all for free at Fully Booked’s Art Buffet. Different art materials, from watercolors to markers to oil pastels, will be laid out for you to try and experiment with.

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.

Wednesday

“Make Me Four Masks” is a female-dominated exhibit

The face has been masked with various symbols; while figures are now entrapped in a more experimental environment with undertones of surrealism. Such new styles are expressed by Bulacan-based artists Don Bryan Bunag, Lawrence Cervantes, Mark Maac and Marvin Quizon in their four-man exhibit entitled “Make Me Four Masks” drawn from the concluding line of Virginia Moreno’s famous poem, “Order for Masks.” Inspired by the element of mystery and universality, their female-dominated pieces resonate the exhibit’s literary reference through the paradox of revealing through concealing.

May exhibits at METRO Gallery: “Synthesis” and “Huminang”

In Synthesis, artist Kadin Tiu painted it the way she normally approaches things – line, form, movement, possibility and relationship. Light is no longer light but another element in an already existing world within her canvas.

Huminang features around 60 paintings by Sulu school children, Marine soldiers stationed in the area, and 12 visual artists from Mindanao—with works that embody joyful creativity amidst conflict and human values amidst violence.

“Ding, Ang Bato!” a musical

De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde presents “Ding, Ang Bato!” a dance musical by Benilde’s Arts and Culture Cluster’s Dance Program, based on Mars Ravelo’s Darna.
The production marks the return to the stage of Darna, the Filipina superhero and icon created by the brilliant mind of comic book legend Mars Ravelo.

“Labas vs. Loob” by Patrick Cruz

According to the National Mapping and Resource Information Authority, there are 7,641 islands in the Philippine archipelago today. During the spring high tide brought about by the moon and the sun, seven of them would submerge and disappear creating a cartographical anomaly. Facts bubble into a foam of fiction blurring the agency of time. Similar to its geography, the history of the Philippines is awash with ideological tidal currents that perpetually advance and retreat, sedating the Filipino subconscious into a cultural coma.

Counterclockwise, a group exhibition at Mono8

Counterclockwise is a group exhibit made by six artists, featuring the works of Renz Baluyot, Bjorn Calleja, Don Djerassi Dalmacio, Jonas Eslao, Jeffrey Jay Jarin, and Wipo.

Reinterpreting Vic Delotavo’s Poster for Philippine Cinema

The exhibition is a corollary to the museum’s ongoing survey show, “Vic Delotavo: Posters for Philippine Cinema”. Here, Dranreb Belleza, Valeria Cavestany, Carlos Celdran, John Lloyd Cruz, Patrick Cruz, Robert Langenegger, Romeo Lee, Jayson Oliveria, Raul Rodriguez, Gerardo Tan, Jay Yao and Cecile Zamora reinterpret Vic Delotavo’s work by repurposing his sought-after compositions in the Archivo 1984 collection through their varying artistic styles.

Swimming Lessons, a two-man exhibit by Teo Esguerra and Denver Garza

Swimming Lessons is a two-man exhibition by artists Teo Esguerra and Denver Garza.

A Pilgrimage; Souls Retrieved, Ceremonies Constructed at The Drawing Room

The Drawing Room presents A Pilgrimage; Souls Retrieved, Ceremonies Constructed by Miguel Aquilizan and Jessica Dorizac.

Ardie Aquino’s Color Me Not will transport you to a world of black and white

This exhibit presents the artworks of Ardie Aquino in black and white, intending to show the beauty of life despite the adversities; that life is not about what we get from it but how we see through it. Life is about appreciation of its splendor beyond the misfortunes.

Musical drama “Changing Partners” is coming to a bigger stage

From stage reading to a musical play, and then to a movie. “Changing Partners” has come a long way, and they’re not stopping anytime soon. Starring Agot Isidro, Jojit Lorenzo, Anna Luna, and Sandino Martin. For tickets, you can go here.

Learn vintage-themed journaling at Istorya Art Fair

Istorya is back this year, this time as a part of Art in Aura in SM Aura Premier. Istorya is an appreciation fair of Filipino old stories and vintage goods. Find beautiful flea market finds like vinyl records, eyewear, jewelry, typewriters, and home accessories. Activities include a calligraphy and vintage nib buffet, letterpress printing, and vintage-themed journaling, among others.

Watch your favorite Kidlat Tahimik films until June at Ateneo Art Gallery

The Ateneo Art Gallery is hosting Kidlat Revisited: Public Screenings of Kidlat Tahimik Films starting Apr. 25. To register, click here.

Free art workshops await at Fully Booked’s Art Buffet

Unleash your creativity and explore various art materials—all for free at Fully Booked’s Art Buffet. Different art materials, from watercolors to markers to oil pastels, will be laid out for you to try and experiment with.

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

“Make Me Four Masks” is a female-dominated exhibit

The face has been masked with various symbols; while figures are now entrapped in a more experimental environment with undertones of surrealism. Such new styles are expressed by Bulacan-based artists Don Bryan Bunag, Lawrence Cervantes, Mark Maac and Marvin Quizon in their four-man exhibit entitled “Make Me Four Masks” drawn from the concluding line of Virginia Moreno’s famous poem, “Order for Masks.” Inspired by the element of mystery and universality, their female-dominated pieces resonate the exhibit’s literary reference through the paradox of revealing through concealing.

May exhibits at METRO Gallery: “Synthesis” and “Huminang”

In Synthesis, artist Kadin Tiu painted it the way she normally approaches things – line, form, movement, possibility and relationship. Light is no longer light but another element in an already existing world within her canvas.

Huminang features around 60 paintings by Sulu school children, Marine soldiers stationed in the area, and 12 visual artists from Mindanao—with works that embody joyful creativity amidst conflict and human values amidst violence.

“Ding, Ang Bato!” a musical

De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde presents “Ding, Ang Bato!” a dance musical by Benilde’s Arts and Culture Cluster’s Dance Program, based on Mars Ravelo’s Darna.
The production marks the return to the stage of Darna, the Filipina superhero and icon created by the brilliant mind of comic book legend Mars Ravelo.

“Labas vs. Loob” by Patrick Cruz

According to the National Mapping and Resource Information Authority, there are 7,641 islands in the Philippine archipelago today. During the spring high tide brought about by the moon and the sun, seven of them would submerge and disappear creating a cartographical anomaly. Facts bubble into a foam of fiction blurring the agency of time. Similar to its geography, the history of the Philippines is awash with ideological tidal currents that perpetually advance and retreat, sedating the Filipino subconscious into a cultural coma.

Counterclockwise, a group exhibition at Mono8

Counterclockwise is a group exhibit made by six artists, featuring the works of Renz Baluyot, Bjorn Calleja, Don Djerassi Dalmacio, Jonas Eslao, Jeffrey Jay Jarin, and Wipo.

Reinterpreting Vic Delotavo’s Poster for Philippine Cinema

The exhibition is a corollary to the museum’s ongoing survey show, “Vic Delotavo: Posters for Philippine Cinema”. Here, Dranreb Belleza, Valeria Cavestany, Carlos Celdran, John Lloyd Cruz, Patrick Cruz, Robert Langenegger, Romeo Lee, Jayson Oliveria, Raul Rodriguez, Gerardo Tan, Jay Yao and Cecile Zamora reinterpret Vic Delotavo’s work by repurposing his sought-after compositions in the Archivo 1984 collection through their varying artistic styles.

Swimming Lessons, a two-man exhibit by Teo Esguerra and Denver Garza

Swimming Lessons is a two-man exhibition by artists Teo Esguerra and Denver Garza.

A Pilgrimage; Souls Retrieved, Ceremonies Constructed at The Drawing Room

The Drawing Room presents A Pilgrimage; Souls Retrieved, Ceremonies Constructed by Miguel Aquilizan and Jessica Dorizac.

Ardie Aquino’s Color Me Not will transport you to a world of black and white

This exhibit presents the artworks of Ardie Aquino in black and white, intending to show the beauty of life despite the adversities; that life is not about what we get from it but how we see through it. Life is about appreciation of its splendor beyond the misfortunes.

Musical drama “Changing Partners” is coming to a bigger stage

From stage reading to a musical play, and then to a movie. “Changing Partners” has come a long way, and they’re not stopping anytime soon. Starring Agot Isidro, Jojit Lorenzo, Anna Luna, and Sandino Martin. For tickets, you can go here.

Learn vintage-themed journaling at Istorya Art Fair

Istorya is back this year, this time as a part of Art in Aura in SM Aura Premier. Istorya is an appreciation fair of Filipino old stories and vintage goods. Find beautiful flea market finds like vinyl records, eyewear, jewelry, typewriters, and home accessories. Activities include a calligraphy and vintage nib buffet, letterpress printing, and vintage-themed journaling, among others.

Watch your favorite Kidlat Tahimik films until June at Ateneo Art Gallery

The Ateneo Art Gallery is hosting Kidlat Revisited: Public Screenings of Kidlat Tahimik Films starting Apr. 25. To register, click here.

Free art workshops await at Fully Booked’s Art Buffet

Unleash your creativity and explore various art materials—all for free at Fully Booked’s Art Buffet. Different art materials, from watercolors to markers to oil pastels, will be laid out for you to try and experiment with.

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

“Make Me Four Masks” is a female-dominated exhibit

The face has been masked with various symbols; while figures are now entrapped in a more experimental environment with undertones of surrealism. Such new styles are expressed by Bulacan-based artists Don Bryan Bunag, Lawrence Cervantes, Mark Maac and Marvin Quizon in their four-man exhibit entitled “Make Me Four Masks” drawn from the concluding line of Virginia Moreno’s famous poem, “Order for Masks.” Inspired by the element of mystery and universality, their female-dominated pieces resonate the exhibit’s literary reference through the paradox of revealing through concealing.

May exhibits at METRO Gallery: “Synthesis” and “Huminang”

In Synthesis, artist Kadin Tiu painted it the way she normally approaches things – line, form, movement, possibility and relationship. Light is no longer light but another element in an already existing world within her canvas.

Huminang features around 60 paintings by Sulu school children, Marine soldiers stationed in the area, and 12 visual artists from Mindanao—with works that embody joyful creativity amidst conflict and human values amidst violence.

“Ding, Ang Bato!” a musical

De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde presents “Ding, Ang Bato!” a dance musical by Benilde’s Arts and Culture Cluster’s Dance Program, based on Mars Ravelo’s Darna.
The production marks the return to the stage of Darna, the Filipina superhero and icon created by the brilliant mind of comic book legend Mars Ravelo.

“Labas vs. Loob” by Patrick Cruz

According to the National Mapping and Resource Information Authority, there are 7,641 islands in the Philippine archipelago today. During the spring high tide brought about by the moon and the sun, seven of them would submerge and disappear creating a cartographical anomaly. Facts bubble into a foam of fiction blurring the agency of time. Similar to its geography, the history of the Philippines is awash with ideological tidal currents that perpetually advance and retreat, sedating the Filipino subconscious into a cultural coma.

Counterclockwise, a group exhibition at Mono8

Counterclockwise is a group exhibit made by six artists, featuring the works of Renz Baluyot, Bjorn Calleja, Don Djerassi Dalmacio, Jonas Eslao, Jeffrey Jay Jarin, and Wipo.

Reinterpreting Vic Delotavo’s Poster for Philippine Cinema

The exhibition is a corollary to the museum’s ongoing survey show, “Vic Delotavo: Posters for Philippine Cinema”. Here, Dranreb Belleza, Valeria Cavestany, Carlos Celdran, John Lloyd Cruz, Patrick Cruz, Robert Langenegger, Romeo Lee, Jayson Oliveria, Raul Rodriguez, Gerardo Tan, Jay Yao and Cecile Zamora reinterpret Vic Delotavo’s work by repurposing his sought-after compositions in the Archivo 1984 collection through their varying artistic styles.

Swimming Lessons, a two-man exhibit by Teo Esguerra and Denver Garza

Swimming Lessons is a two-man exhibition by artists Teo Esguerra and Denver Garza.

A Pilgrimage; Souls Retrieved, Ceremonies Constructed at The Drawing Room

The Drawing Room presents A Pilgrimage; Souls Retrieved, Ceremonies Constructed by Miguel Aquilizan and Jessica Dorizac.

Ardie Aquino’s Color Me Not will transport you to a world of black and white

This exhibit presents the artworks of Ardie Aquino in black and white, intending to show the beauty of life despite the adversities; that life is not about what we get from it but how we see through it. Life is about appreciation of its splendor beyond the misfortunes.

Musical drama “Changing Partners” is coming to a bigger stage

From stage reading to a musical play, and then to a movie. “Changing Partners” has come a long way, and they’re not stopping anytime soon. Starring Agot Isidro, Jojit Lorenzo, Anna Luna, and Sandino Martin. For tickets, you can go here.

Learn vintage-themed journaling at Istorya Art Fair

Istorya is back this year, this time as a part of Art in Aura in SM Aura Premier. Istorya is an appreciation fair of Filipino old stories and vintage goods. Find beautiful flea market finds like vinyl records, eyewear, jewelry, typewriters, and home accessories. Activities include a calligraphy and vintage nib buffet, letterpress printing, and vintage-themed journaling, among others.

Watch your favorite Kidlat Tahimik films until June at Ateneo Art Gallery

The Ateneo Art Gallery is hosting Kidlat Revisited: Public Screenings of Kidlat Tahimik Films starting Apr. 25. To register, click here.

Free art workshops await at Fully Booked’s Art Buffet

Unleash your creativity and explore various art materials—all for free at Fully Booked’s Art Buffet. Different art materials, from watercolors to markers to oil pastels, will be laid out for you to try and experiment with.

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

“We & Us” by Ramona Dela Cruz Gaston and Blic

“We & Us” is a two-person show featuring a collaboration between Ramona Dela Cruz Gaston and Blic. The two artists explore the nuances of growing into adulthood. Their exploration of the subject take the viewers through four stages beginning at the point of innocence, followed by the stage of acquiring knowledge, discovering temptation, and ends at the fourth stage of owning responsibilities.

What are the impacts of plastic waste in our ocean?

What are the impacts of plastic waste in our ocean? What initiatives are happening locally to curb plastic waste? What can each individual do to live with less waste and engage their local community as well? Join MUNI Meetup on A Plastic Ocean on May 26, in celebration of the month of the Ocean, to raise awareness on the impact of plastic pollution. In partnership with one of our favorite NGOs, Save Philippine Seas. This meetup will feature a screening of the 22-minute version of A Plastic Ocean (by Plastic Oceans), followed by a panel then group discussion.

“Make Me Four Masks” is a female-dominated exhibit

The face has been masked with various symbols; while figures are now entrapped in a more experimental environment with undertones of surrealism. Such new styles are expressed by Bulacan-based artists Don Bryan Bunag, Lawrence Cervantes, Mark Maac and Marvin Quizon in their four-man exhibit entitled “Make Me Four Masks” drawn from the concluding line of Virginia Moreno’s famous poem, “Order for Masks.” Inspired by the element of mystery and universality, their female-dominated pieces resonate the exhibit’s literary reference through the paradox of revealing through concealing.

May exhibits at METRO Gallery: “Synthesis” and “Huminang”

In Synthesis, artist Kadin Tiu painted it the way she normally approaches things – line, form, movement, possibility and relationship. Light is no longer light but another element in an already existing world within her canvas.

Huminang features around 60 paintings by Sulu school children, Marine soldiers stationed in the area, and 12 visual artists from Mindanao—with works that embody joyful creativity amidst conflict and human values amidst violence.

“Ding, Ang Bato!” a musical

De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde presents “Ding, Ang Bato!” a dance musical by Benilde’s Arts and Culture Cluster’s Dance Program, based on Mars Ravelo’s Darna.
The production marks the return to the stage of Darna, the Filipina superhero and icon created by the brilliant mind of comic book legend Mars Ravelo.

“Labas vs. Loob” by Patrick Cruz

According to the National Mapping and Resource Information Authority, there are 7,641 islands in the Philippine archipelago today. During the spring high tide brought about by the moon and the sun, seven of them would submerge and disappear creating a cartographical anomaly. Facts bubble into a foam of fiction blurring the agency of time. Similar to its geography, the history of the Philippines is awash with ideological tidal currents that perpetually advance and retreat, sedating the Filipino subconscious into a cultural coma.

Counterclockwise, a group exhibition at Mono8

Counterclockwise is a group exhibit made by six artists, featuring the works of Renz Baluyot, Bjorn Calleja, Don Djerassi Dalmacio, Jonas Eslao, Jeffrey Jay Jarin, and Wipo.

Reinterpreting Vic Delotavo’s Poster for Philippine Cinema

The exhibition is a corollary to the museum’s ongoing survey show, “Vic Delotavo: Posters for Philippine Cinema”. Here, Dranreb Belleza, Valeria Cavestany, Carlos Celdran, John Lloyd Cruz, Patrick Cruz, Robert Langenegger, Romeo Lee, Jayson Oliveria, Raul Rodriguez, Gerardo Tan, Jay Yao and Cecile Zamora reinterpret Vic Delotavo’s work by repurposing his sought-after compositions in the Archivo 1984 collection through their varying artistic styles.

Swimming Lessons, a two-man exhibit by Teo Esguerra and Denver Garza

Swimming Lessons is a two-man exhibition by artists Teo Esguerra and Denver Garza.

A Pilgrimage; Souls Retrieved, Ceremonies Constructed at The Drawing Room

The Drawing Room presents A Pilgrimage; Souls Retrieved, Ceremonies Constructed by Miguel Aquilizan and Jessica Dorizac.

Ardie Aquino’s Color Me Not will transport you to a world of black and white

This exhibit presents the artworks of Ardie Aquino in black and white, intending to show the beauty of life despite the adversities; that life is not about what we get from it but how we see through it. Life is about appreciation of its splendor beyond the misfortunes.

Musical drama “Changing Partners” is coming to a bigger stage

From stage reading to a musical play, and then to a movie. “Changing Partners” has come a long way, and they’re not stopping anytime soon. Starring Agot Isidro, Jojit Lorenzo, Anna Luna, and Sandino Martin. For tickets, you can go here.

Learn vintage-themed journaling at Istorya Art Fair

Istorya is back this year, this time as a part of Art in Aura in SM Aura Premier. Istorya is an appreciation fair of Filipino old stories and vintage goods. Find beautiful flea market finds like vinyl records, eyewear, jewelry, typewriters, and home accessories. Activities include a calligraphy and vintage nib buffet, letterpress printing, and vintage-themed journaling, among others.

Watch your favorite Kidlat Tahimik films until June at Ateneo Art Gallery

The Ateneo Art Gallery is hosting Kidlat Revisited: Public Screenings of Kidlat Tahimik Films starting Apr. 25. To register, click here.

Free art workshops await at Fully Booked’s Art Buffet

Unleash your creativity and explore various art materials—all for free at Fully Booked’s Art Buffet. Different art materials, from watercolors to markers to oil pastels, will be laid out for you to try and experiment with.

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

“Mist in the Realm of the Subconscious Mind II” at SM Art Center

“Mist in the Realm of the Subconscious Mind II” will feature the artists’ different ways of releasing their subconscious thoughts. In a series of works depicting mythical worlds, flamboyant personalities, and the embodiment of surreal fantasies.

Celebrate International Museum Day at Ayala Museum

#IMD2018 is the one day a year that puts museums at the forefront and where museums collectively open its doors for free to the public. This year’s theme is “Hyperconnected Museums: New Approaches, New Publics,” highlighting the importance of embracing technology and innovations to change up the museum experience and gain new audiences.

“Make Me Four Masks” is a female-dominated exhibit

The face has been masked with various symbols; while figures are now entrapped in a more experimental environment with undertones of surrealism. Such new styles are expressed by Bulacan-based artists Don Bryan Bunag, Lawrence Cervantes, Mark Maac and Marvin Quizon in their four-man exhibit entitled “Make Me Four Masks” drawn from the concluding line of Virginia Moreno’s famous poem, “Order for Masks.” Inspired by the element of mystery and universality, their female-dominated pieces resonate the exhibit’s literary reference through the paradox of revealing through concealing.

May exhibits at METRO Gallery: “Synthesis” and “Huminang”

In Synthesis, artist Kadin Tiu painted it the way she normally approaches things – line, form, movement, possibility and relationship. Light is no longer light but another element in an already existing world within her canvas.

Huminang features around 60 paintings by Sulu school children, Marine soldiers stationed in the area, and 12 visual artists from Mindanao—with works that embody joyful creativity amidst conflict and human values amidst violence.

“Ding, Ang Bato!” a musical

De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde presents “Ding, Ang Bato!” a dance musical by Benilde’s Arts and Culture Cluster’s Dance Program, based on Mars Ravelo’s Darna.
The production marks the return to the stage of Darna, the Filipina superhero and icon created by the brilliant mind of comic book legend Mars Ravelo.

“Labas vs. Loob” by Patrick Cruz

According to the National Mapping and Resource Information Authority, there are 7,641 islands in the Philippine archipelago today. During the spring high tide brought about by the moon and the sun, seven of them would submerge and disappear creating a cartographical anomaly. Facts bubble into a foam of fiction blurring the agency of time. Similar to its geography, the history of the Philippines is awash with ideological tidal currents that perpetually advance and retreat, sedating the Filipino subconscious into a cultural coma.

Counterclockwise, a group exhibition at Mono8

Counterclockwise is a group exhibit made by six artists, featuring the works of Renz Baluyot, Bjorn Calleja, Don Djerassi Dalmacio, Jonas Eslao, Jeffrey Jay Jarin, and Wipo.

Reinterpreting Vic Delotavo’s Poster for Philippine Cinema

The exhibition is a corollary to the museum’s ongoing survey show, “Vic Delotavo: Posters for Philippine Cinema”. Here, Dranreb Belleza, Valeria Cavestany, Carlos Celdran, John Lloyd Cruz, Patrick Cruz, Robert Langenegger, Romeo Lee, Jayson Oliveria, Raul Rodriguez, Gerardo Tan, Jay Yao and Cecile Zamora reinterpret Vic Delotavo’s work by repurposing his sought-after compositions in the Archivo 1984 collection through their varying artistic styles.

Swimming Lessons, a two-man exhibit by Teo Esguerra and Denver Garza

Swimming Lessons is a two-man exhibition by artists Teo Esguerra and Denver Garza.

A Pilgrimage; Souls Retrieved, Ceremonies Constructed at The Drawing Room

The Drawing Room presents A Pilgrimage; Souls Retrieved, Ceremonies Constructed by Miguel Aquilizan and Jessica Dorizac.

Ardie Aquino’s Color Me Not will transport you to a world of black and white

This exhibit presents the artworks of Ardie Aquino in black and white, intending to show the beauty of life despite the adversities; that life is not about what we get from it but how we see through it. Life is about appreciation of its splendor beyond the misfortunes.

Musical drama “Changing Partners” is coming to a bigger stage

From stage reading to a musical play, and then to a movie. “Changing Partners” has come a long way, and they’re not stopping anytime soon. Starring Agot Isidro, Jojit Lorenzo, Anna Luna, and Sandino Martin. For tickets, you can go here.

Learn vintage-themed journaling at Istorya Art Fair

Istorya is back this year, this time as a part of Art in Aura in SM Aura Premier. Istorya is an appreciation fair of Filipino old stories and vintage goods. Find beautiful flea market finds like vinyl records, eyewear, jewelry, typewriters, and home accessories. Activities include a calligraphy and vintage nib buffet, letterpress printing, and vintage-themed journaling, among others.

Watch your favorite Kidlat Tahimik films until June at Ateneo Art Gallery

The Ateneo Art Gallery is hosting Kidlat Revisited: Public Screenings of Kidlat Tahimik Films starting Apr. 25. To register, click here.

Free art workshops await at Fully Booked’s Art Buffet

Unleash your creativity and explore various art materials—all for free at Fully Booked’s Art Buffet. Different art materials, from watercolors to markers to oil pastels, will be laid out for you to try and experiment with.

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.

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