This Month

Learn how the art of printmaking with Virgilio ‘Pandy’ Aviado

Embark on the full *editions* experience with leading printmaker Virgilio ‘Pandy’ Aviado by creating your very own fine prints in a range of techniques, and take the opportunity to either start or add to your personal collection of editions with a signed work by Aviado.

For a participation fee of Php 2000, experience first-hand the creative and technical process that goes into the art of multiple originals. Reserve a slot here.

For inquiries, email [email protected].com or call 659-4094.

Bring your friends and family to this Sunday food and lifestyle bazaar

What better way to spend your Sundays than in the company of family, friends, and good food? Sunday Feasts is a weekend bazaar bringing together a variety of sweet and savoury foods that you can share with the family or add to your pantry. You’ll also find a variety of fashion and lifestyle goods, all locally handcrafted.

Sunday Feasts is open every Sunday of July from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Easy Bay Residences.

Sign up for this in-depth course on Philippine history and culture

The Museum Volunteers of the Philippines (MVP) is conducting its annual comprehensive history course to explore the rich history and fascinating culture of the Philippines.

The course is divided into five modules over a span of twenty weeks. Students will meet each Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. from Sept. 26 to Mar. 20, 2019 with breaks for national public holidays.

Registration is now open. For course fee and registration details, send an email to [email protected] and visit their Facebook for more information.

A multimedia presentation on contemporary Philippine intellectual history and culture

The Benilde Arts Management Program presents A History of Ideas, a multimedia presentation on contemporary Philippine intellectual history and culture. A History of Ideas is written and produced by Lourd de Veyra and Erwin Romulo for a new subject in the revised Arts Management curriculum of the Benilde School of Design and Arts.

For general inquiries and ticket purchases, send an email to [email protected] or a text message to (0955) 563 1368 or (0917) 563 8926, or call 230-5100 ext. 3863.

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.

Shop local artisanal products at this year’s ArteFino Fair

ArteFino Fair returns this year with more unique and new products from the finest Filipino artisans. From August 23 to 26, you can shop from various participating local brands at the 8 Rockwell, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

For more details on participating brands, visit

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: or at the cinema ticket booth starting June 27.

Check out the screening schedules for each city here:


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.