This Week

saturday

Daniela Calumba launches soap made from used coffee grounds

In partnership with The Den coffee shop in Escolta, HUB Make Lab maker Daniela Calumba is launching a limited series of soap reusing the café’s spent coffee grounds and excess milk. At the launch, she will also discuss the process of this collaborative experiment of soap-making and how used materials can be turned into something new.⁣

 

Silverlens presents three mid-career artists for its first show post-Art Fair Philippines

Silverlens presents three important mid-career artists for the first show post-Art Fair Philippines: Bernardo Pacquing, Jose Santos III, and Chati Coronel. The choice of the timing this show after the art tsunami that is AFP is deliberate, a doorbell to audiences that exhibitions happen at the galleries all year round.

 

Tessy Pettyjohn holds first exhibit at Silverlens Galleries

Renowned potter Tessy Pettyjohn is having an exhibition at Silverlens entitled “Continuing Growth.” For this, she has stepped a little further beyond the progression and has moved away from the vases; the growths appear out of simpler forms that could be biological, geological, or even man-made, as though the vegetation begins to appear in the detritus of an abandoned world.

French Appreciation 101 by Ayala Museum

Immerse yourself in French culture through this series of talks about its famous landmarks and literary works with Alliance française de Manille. The Literature Appreciation Series, this time on French Romanticism, will be headed by Dr. Mark Raftery-Skehan. He’s an assistant professor at the Ateneo de Manila University Philosophy Department, where he teaches 19th to 20th century French and German Philosophy. For tickets, click here.

There’s a free two-day vegan weekend food festival in Poblacion

The Yogi Fair is a two-day vegan weekend food festival where folks can gather and celebrate the Yoga lifestyle—a lifestyle that promotes polishing one’s mindset, heartset, healthset, and soulset. Here, you can expect to nourish your kitchen pantry and your spiritual pantry. For more info, click here.

Valeria Dardano, Andrea Famà, and Lui Medina are opening new exhibits at Artinformal Makati

Victor Balanon presents a new suite of works on paper in Paradox Generator while Lui Medina’s Untitled (After Valgrana) continues to engage with the idea of landscapes and its utopian impulse. At the main gallery is an exhibition by two Italian artists, Valeria Dardano and Andrea Famá, titled Visions Awake, which explores the memory of places and the quiet flow that influences space to recreate new forms. Both exhibitions by Dardano, Famá, and Medina are presented in collaboration with the Italian Embassy in Manila.

Women filmmakers conduct screenwriting, cinematography, and film directing and producing workshops at Cinema Centenario

To celebrate Women’s Month in Maginhawa, Cinema Centenario gathers these young and amazing women filmmakers to share their knowledge on filmmaking at Cine-Sabi: Abante Babae. To know more about the lineup, click here.

Silverlens presents three mid-career artists for its first show post-Art Fair Philippines

Silverlens presents three important mid-career artists for the first show post-Art Fair Philippines: Bernardo Pacquing, Jose Santos III, and Chati Coronel. The choice of the timing this show after the art tsunami that is AFP is deliberate, a doorbell to audiences that exhibitions happen at the galleries all year round.

 

Tessy Pettyjohn holds first exhibit at Silverlens Galleries

Renowned potter Tessy Pettyjohn is having an exhibition at Silverlens entitled “Continuing Growth.” For this, she has stepped a little further beyond the progression and has moved away from the vases; the growths appear out of simpler forms that could be biological, geological, or even man-made, as though the vegetation begins to appear in the detritus of an abandoned world.

French Appreciation 101 by Ayala Museum

Immerse yourself in French culture through this series of talks about its famous landmarks and literary works with Alliance française de Manille. The Literature Appreciation Series, this time on French Romanticism, will be headed by Dr. Mark Raftery-Skehan. He’s an assistant professor at the Ateneo de Manila University Philosophy Department, where he teaches 19th to 20th century French and German Philosophy. For tickets, click here.

Space Encounters Gallery hosts back-to-back solo shows of Kris Abrigo, Nonie Cruzado, and Soleil Ignacio

Space Encounters Gallery is staging back-to-back solo shows featuring three of the country’s prominent young artists. Kris Abrigo, in “Brut Salad,” plays around with postmodern abstract expressionism and suprematism, juxtaposed with his signature colorful street and pop art. Meanwhile, Nonie Cruzado explores perceptions of reality in “Slumber Party.” And finally, in “Platera,” Soleil Ignacio deviates from her usual medium and use ceramics instead of paper as her canvas.

There’s a free two-day vegan weekend food festival in Poblacion

The Yogi Fair is a two-day vegan weekend food festival where folks can gather and celebrate the Yoga lifestyle—a lifestyle that promotes polishing one’s mindset, heartset, healthset, and soulset. Here, you can expect to nourish your kitchen pantry and your spiritual pantry. For more info, click here.

Valeria Dardano, Andrea Famà, and Lui Medina are opening new exhibits at Artinformal Makati

Victor Balanon presents a new suite of works on paper in Paradox Generator while Lui Medina’s Untitled (After Valgrana) continues to engage with the idea of landscapes and its utopian impulse. At the main gallery is an exhibition by two Italian artists, Valeria Dardano and Andrea Famá, titled Visions Awake, which explores the memory of places and the quiet flow that influences space to recreate new forms. Both exhibitions by Dardano, Famá, and Medina are presented in collaboration with the Italian Embassy in Manila.

Repertory Philippines gives tribute to imperfect families in new play

Though filled with no-holds-barred dialogue and savage comebacks, Father’s Day by Repertory Philippines (REP) is a touching story about how family sticks together no matter what. Leading the cast is widely respected theater stalwart Miguel Faustmann as Henry Willows, accompanied by Andres Borromeo as Matthew Willows, Liesl Batucan as Sue, and Becca Coates and Rachel Coates alternating as Christine. For tickets, call REP at 451-1474, Ticketworld at 891-9999, or log on to Ticketworld’s website.

Take a peek at the creative process of 16 illustrators at this exhibit

The “Peek A Book” exhibition allows guests to take a peek at the creative process of 16 illustrators including Abi Goy, Yas Doctor, Angela Taguiang, and Bernadette Solina-Wolf. On Mar. 30, Apr. 6, and Apr. 13, there will be activities like a question and answer with some illustrators, book launch, and panel discussions. For more information, call 759-8281.

Women filmmakers conduct screenwriting, cinematography, and film directing and producing workshops at Cinema Centenario

To celebrate Women’s Month in Maginhawa, Cinema Centenario gathers these young and amazing women filmmakers to share their knowledge on filmmaking at Cine-Sabi: Abante Babae. To know more about the lineup, click here.

sunday

Spend your Sunday by binge-watching at Reel Treats

Sundays are for relaxing. With this, East Bay Residences is hosting Reel Treats where guests are treated to movie screenings and food options like Chuck’s Deli, Poison Doughnuts, and Key Coffee. Just go to East Bay Central Amenity at 12 noon.

Silverlens presents three mid-career artists for its first show post-Art Fair Philippines

Silverlens presents three important mid-career artists for the first show post-Art Fair Philippines: Bernardo Pacquing, Jose Santos III, and Chati Coronel. The choice of the timing this show after the art tsunami that is AFP is deliberate, a doorbell to audiences that exhibitions happen at the galleries all year round.

 

Tessy Pettyjohn holds first exhibit at Silverlens Galleries

Renowned potter Tessy Pettyjohn is having an exhibition at Silverlens entitled “Continuing Growth.” For this, she has stepped a little further beyond the progression and has moved away from the vases; the growths appear out of simpler forms that could be biological, geological, or even man-made, as though the vegetation begins to appear in the detritus of an abandoned world.

French Appreciation 101 by Ayala Museum

Immerse yourself in French culture through this series of talks about its famous landmarks and literary works with Alliance française de Manille. The Literature Appreciation Series, this time on French Romanticism, will be headed by Dr. Mark Raftery-Skehan. He’s an assistant professor at the Ateneo de Manila University Philosophy Department, where he teaches 19th to 20th century French and German Philosophy. For tickets, click here.

Space Encounters Gallery hosts back-to-back solo shows of Kris Abrigo, Nonie Cruzado, and Soleil Ignacio

Space Encounters Gallery is staging back-to-back solo shows featuring three of the country’s prominent young artists. Kris Abrigo, in “Brut Salad,” plays around with postmodern abstract expressionism and suprematism, juxtaposed with his signature colorful street and pop art. Meanwhile, Nonie Cruzado explores perceptions of reality in “Slumber Party.” And finally, in “Platera,” Soleil Ignacio deviates from her usual medium and use ceramics instead of paper as her canvas.

There’s a free two-day vegan weekend food festival in Poblacion

The Yogi Fair is a two-day vegan weekend food festival where folks can gather and celebrate the Yoga lifestyle—a lifestyle that promotes polishing one’s mindset, heartset, healthset, and soulset. Here, you can expect to nourish your kitchen pantry and your spiritual pantry. For more info, click here.

Valeria Dardano, Andrea Famà, and Lui Medina are opening new exhibits at Artinformal Makati

Victor Balanon presents a new suite of works on paper in Paradox Generator while Lui Medina’s Untitled (After Valgrana) continues to engage with the idea of landscapes and its utopian impulse. At the main gallery is an exhibition by two Italian artists, Valeria Dardano and Andrea Famá, titled Visions Awake, which explores the memory of places and the quiet flow that influences space to recreate new forms. Both exhibitions by Dardano, Famá, and Medina are presented in collaboration with the Italian Embassy in Manila.

Repertory Philippines gives tribute to imperfect families in new play

Though filled with no-holds-barred dialogue and savage comebacks, Father’s Day by Repertory Philippines (REP) is a touching story about how family sticks together no matter what. Leading the cast is widely respected theater stalwart Miguel Faustmann as Henry Willows, accompanied by Andres Borromeo as Matthew Willows, Liesl Batucan as Sue, and Becca Coates and Rachel Coates alternating as Christine. For tickets, call REP at 451-1474, Ticketworld at 891-9999, or log on to Ticketworld’s website.

Take a peek at the creative process of 16 illustrators at this exhibit

The “Peek A Book” exhibition allows guests to take a peek at the creative process of 16 illustrators including Abi Goy, Yas Doctor, Angela Taguiang, and Bernadette Solina-Wolf. On Mar. 30, Apr. 6, and Apr. 13, there will be activities like a question and answer with some illustrators, book launch, and panel discussions. For more information, call 759-8281.

Women filmmakers conduct screenwriting, cinematography, and film directing and producing workshops at Cinema Centenario

To celebrate Women’s Month in Maginhawa, Cinema Centenario gathers these young and amazing women filmmakers to share their knowledge on filmmaking at Cine-Sabi: Abante Babae. To know more about the lineup, click here.