This Month

Celebrate Indian music, food, and culture at the Holi Festival 2018

This ancient Hindu festival of lively colors marks the arrival of spring and the triumph of good over evil. The Holi Festival 2018 is Manila’s own celebration of Indian music, culture, and cuisine.

Spoken word, music, and stories at HerStory 3: Women’s March

In celebration of Women’s History month, CT/FX Creatives teams up with Collaboratory.PH and The Loudmouth Collective to bring HerStory 3: Women’s March. The event will have a show and open mic celebrating female revolutionaries who challenge the norm, face the odds and pave the way towards a more understanding and open society.

Dive into the mystic with this six-week tarot certification course

This six-week course instills the fundamentals of tarot practice, marketing, and customer relations to help build your career as a professional tarot reader. Get the chance to learn in person at the Mysterium Center directly under the guidance of Mysterium Founder Robert Rubin himself. For registration fees, you can go here.

Join the discussion on current food trends and the future of the agriculture industry in this year’s F&B Report Summit

F&B Report invites you to the second annual F&B Report Summit, a panel discussion with authorities on food, beverage, agriculture, and hospitality. This event aims to get you closer to the experts, engage in lively discourse, and learn the latest in the industry.

The F&B Summit features carefully selected topics that highlight innovation, current trends, and future of the industry. Some of the panelists include Berna Romulo-Puyat, Rob Crisostomo, Nicco Santos, Kalel Chan, Jason Go, Kiddo Cosio, and Erwan Heussaff.

This personal mastery course is the two-day retreat you need

Discovery is a two-day experiential course designed to reveal the belief systems or reasons that are preventing you from creating the life that you want. You will have the tools to expand your wealth consciousness and increase your income with the least effort; develop healthy and fulfilling family and work relationships; connect with people and grow your client base; face your fears and decrease procrastination, and more. For more inquiries and registration fees, go here.

Join The Oil Pharmacist in their essential oils workshop series

The Oil Pharmacist’s essential oils coaching workshops will happen on all Saturdays of March. The workshops are all ‘make and take’ (for a minimal fee), meaning you don’t need to bring or purchase oils.

  • Art Bar
  • 01:00 PM
  • March 17 - March 31

Get your hearts, eyes, and ears ready for the Haruki Murakami Festival

The Japan Foundation, Manila will bring two-night live concerts that feature music woven into Murakami’s novels on Mar. 23 and 24 at the BGC Arts Center. Curated by professor Junichi Konuma who specializes on music culture, the concert intertwines the spoken word read by David Ezra with different genres of music played by jazz pianists Hiroko Kokubo and her trio, and the Beatles-inspired classical ensemble, 1966 Quartet from Japan, in a special collaboration with pianist April Dawnena Merced-Misa.

MCAD film screenings for March

The Museum of Contemporary Art and Design’s March selection of films will guide you through several reflections on the concerns of and from contested—because they can only be perceived through imposition—“peripheries” and their reverberations across an uneven, gendered, but transforming the world. This screening is curated by Lara Acuin, winner of the 2013 Purita Kalaw-Ledesma Prize for Art Criticism.

Ortigas Art Festival will have art painting sessions and live mural-making

The Ortigas Art Festival features installations by Allison Wong-David, photographs by Helen Mirasol, and watercolor artworks by Peter Sutcliffe. There are also solo exhibits by Anthony Victoria, Arvi Fetalvero, Bon Mujeres, Ged Merino, and Richard Buxani, and group exhibits by Tuklas, Biskeg, Kalye Kolektib, and Eskinita Kontemporaryo. This weekend, there’s going to be an Alla Prima Painting Session with artist Ato Habulan.

This drawing and art appreciation workshop is inspired by Fernando Amorsolo

Back to Basics is a three-part lesson for students to help them hone their drawing skills and learn new techniques. Using Fernando Amorsolo as inspiration, students will be able to unpack meanings of selected masterpieces, analyze the artist’s concept and create their own drawings.

Silverlens presents Art Basel Hong Kong 2018

For Art Basel Hong Kong’s fifth year, Silverlens Gallery presents Even if you kill me, a narrative on portraits of power with work by the following artists: Gabriel Barredo, Pow Martinez, Manuel Ocampo, Norberto “Peewee” Roldan (the hard quadrivium); Chati Coronel, Gregory Halili, Wawi Navarroza (the soft trinity); Maria Taniguchi, and Yee I-Lann.

This exhibition wants to show us a more sustainable approach to architecture

Curated by Pieter van der Ree, Living Architecture Exhibition is intended to raise awareness on the relationship between architecture and the natural, and the social and cultural life which it is part of. By showcasing various projects from four phases within the search for “Living Architecture” (turn of the 19th century up to the present time), and engaging the audiences with two outdoor installations by Filipino artists Junyee and Indy Paredes at the Vargas Museum, the exhibition aims to adhere to a more sustainable and life-oriented approach to architecture.

BenCab Museum celebrates their eighth anniversary

On their eighth year, BenCab presents “Take 5 on Aquarelle.” It’s a five-generation exhibition of watercolor paintings by Alfredo Roces, BenCab, Elmer Borlongan, Kelly Ramos and Abi Dionisio.