EVENTS

MaArte at the Pen is back with a physical fair this August

There will be a total of 94 local designers and artisan brands participating at this year’s fair

aerial view of intramuros
Did you know you can hold events at Intramuros sites for free? But only if…

Sites like Puerta Real Gardens, Baluarte de San Diego, Plaza Roma, and ASEAN Gardens can be the location of your next event, exhibit, or activity

rural rising atc box all you can
Take home a box full of local produce and help farmers at this weekend market

For a fixed price, you can choose as many vegetables as you want

silk scarf art by pio abad
Brush up on martial law facts with a ‘The Kingmaker’ live forum, art exhibits, and a digital library

“The Kingmaker” live screening and discussion, artist Pio Abad’s Marcosian iconography exhibit at Silverlens, and a free digital library by the Bantayog ng mga Bayani Foundation with hundreds of resources about martial law from ’80s underground publications

filipino food white rice
Celebrate our cuisine’s diversity, say Filipino Food Month organizers

Our diversity is our strength, let’s use that to our advantage

hands wrapped around a tree
No Valentine’s date? Hug a tree. It’s a thing per DENR

From Feb. 14 to 18, DENR will have a weeklong tree hugging event. But what is it exactly and do they have consent from trees?

Stream PETA’s ‘Under My Skin’ in commemoration of World AIDS Day

The drama based on real-life people and events will stream from Nov. 26 to 28 and Nov. 30 to Dec. 5

Live events to attend in Metro Manila now that we can go out

Minimum mandatory safety protocols still in place, of course

This free virtual Halloween tour explores Manila heritage sites’ ‘dark side’

Ever wondered why Manila City Hall is shaped like a coffin? This is just one of the things you’ll learn about in WanderManila’s “One Night in Manila” on Oct. 30

a white terno with floral details
Is there such a thing as ‘Filipino fashion’?

Centuries of colonization influenced aspects of our Filipino identity, including the way we dress. Amid this, a webcast now asks if there is a mode of fashion we can truly call our own