This Weekend

Saturday

Breakthrough: Kandama’s revival of Filipino culture through fashion

Kandama Collective is a community of spirited individuals with the objective of uplifting Filipino talent and culture through fashion and the arts.

Breakthrough brings the co-creation of contemporary designers and indigenous artisans as they make timeless pieces that fit the modern market.

Mia Casal is hosting two pottery workshops this month

Mia Casal left the city to pursue pottery in Zambales. After founding Clay Ave, she’s well on her way to do so much more with her craft.

For information, you can visit their Facebook page here.

Learn and earn by making handmade herbal soap in this workshop

Learn the process on how to make homemade soap derived from herbs, fruits, vegetables, and flowers. The day-long seminar will have a hands-on experience on how to make milk and oat soap from goat’s milk and coconut, green papaya soap, oatmeal soap, transparent soap with vitamin E, glycerine soap with fresh fruits, herbs and flower extract, soap scrubs such as chocolate soap, pumice soap, loofah soap, and many more.

“The Given Order” is a visual exploration of the different tangents of faith and tradition

Religion has been and still is an all-encompassing influence in the lives of Filipinos. Religion being an agent of social order and transformation is looked into by Fr. Dy, who uses art in conjunction with the spiritual life of communities he is connected with. Meanwhile, del Castillo’s works engage with the anxieties and violence in the perception and experience of the individual and collective faith.

“The Given Order” will also foreground pieces from the LML’s permanent collection including sketches and paintings by Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo, Ang Kiukok, Angelito Antonio, Jose Joya, and Galo Ocampo. This exhibit is curated by Ricky Francisco.

Remembering Quijano de Manila

What Do I Say to a Giant” is a nod to the indelible mark Nick Joaquin left in Philippine Journalism. This exhibit strives to (re)introduce Quijano’s works in conversation with works of Marc Gaba and Teaching Exhibitions, alongside tangents that will meaningfully engage present contexts. The exhibition is curated by Thea Garing.

Hueman: Things that Remain Hidden

Hueman is a multi-arts festival that acts as a ‘safe space’ for artists to express the fine line between being human and being hidden.

Art Market at Art in Island

Art Market is a weekend event where artists and artists-at-heart can showcase their art products and services; where families and friends can enjoy and appreciate art at the same time. Art in Island will be transformed into a stage for young and local artists to promote local, artsy, and handmade goods.

Saturday x Future Market is back this weekend

Escolta’s Saturday x Future Market will get you excited to make plans this weekend: art, crafts, indie clothing and accessory labels, stickers, post cards, books, magazines, and zines.

It’s always a good time for wine and design

Kartell Manila presents Conversations by Kartell, a series of chats about design and the bright new era of interior and lighting design. The talk will be kicked off by WE Design’s Mark Wilson and Nikki Escalona-Tayag.

Dream (or plan) your storybook wedding at the Beginnings Bridal Showcase

Beginnings Bridal Showcase is a day-long affair that shines a spotlight on every major detail needed for a dream wedding, inspiring visitors with exhibits of themed celebrations. There will be a fashion show by renowned designer Francis Libiran, in partnership with Wedding Essentials Magazine.

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Sign up for Drawing Fundamentals I, an art techniques class for aspiring artists

Arm yourself with the correct know-how on drawing fundamentals in this workshop. For more information on how you can register, visit their Facebook page.

Catch West Side Story live in Manila starting tomorrow

West Side Story is a modern retelling of Romeo and Juliet but with more drama, romance, struggle, comedy, and lots of dancing. Watch the upper west side of New York from the feud between two rival gangs, the Jets and the Sharks, up to the tragic love story of Tony and Maria.