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Can you get by with only 140 words a day? This online play shows you what it’s like

CAST’s “Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons” gives us a glimpse into a world of limited speech

Art in the Park is back online this July with 10,000+ artworks for P70k or less

For its 15th anniversary, the annual outdoor art fair will once again be held online

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Need something new to watch? Stream these theater shows this July

Catch the hit musical “Rak of Aegis” and other new shows online

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Books are up to 99% off at this year’s Big Bad Wolf online sale

If you’ve been filling the book fair-shaped void in your heart through “mine”-ing books on…

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Find rest and freedom through these blank journal and postcard sets

Looking for Juan, a local souvenir shop, has released a blank journal and a postcard collection that want to help you get some *actual* rest and reflect on what it truly means to be free

Shop komiks, tattoos and more at this year’s online Habi Fair

From fashion, accessories, and home goods to pop culture collectibles, here are a few things to look forward to at this year’s fair

National Artist Arturo Luz’s sculptures live on in public spaces

National Artist for Visual Arts Arturo Luz passed away at 94, but his Modernist creations live on in spaces accessible to everyone

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The ballet is online, and so are these ballet masterclasses

Aside from stunning performances and homages to Philippine culture and Mother Earth, the prestigious ballet institution will host masterclasses from renowned experts

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Paint, sculpt, sketch and more with Cartellino’s latest workshop

Learn how to paint, sketch, sculpt pottery, and more through Cartellino’s latest hands-on online workshop

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You can travel the Philippines virtually through this interactive 8-bit tour

Ayala Museum’s “Where is the Filipino?” tour runs online until May 30