Text by KCC Public Relations A friendship that goes back 71 years ago. A friendship that was founded during the Korean war but was solidified by years of tackling the good and the bad–support, progress, controversies, setbacks, and now a pandemic. To celebrate this strong relationship of the Philippines and Korea over the years, Korean…
Healing through K-Culture: Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines launches nationwide nomination campaign, ‘K-Healing’ to honor frontliners
Text and Photo by KCC Public Relations The COVID-19 pandemic, when it first arrived on Philippine shores, turned the lives of many of the Filipinos upside down. It caused grief, confusion, and despair. But while the pandemic has left many dispirited, due to an uncertain future, it has opened up an opportunity to show how…
VIVA ExCon Organization from Bacolod City is set to host the 30th year of the Visayas-wide biennale
This 2020, Kulay Sa Tubig Annual Invitational Watercolor Competition by Gallery Genesis will celebrate its 32nd year adjusting with the new normal. Aside from the on-site exhibition in SM Megamall, the yearly contest found a way to connect with its audience by releasing an online exhibition. Over 100 participating artists will compete to name 1 Hall of Fame, 5 Top Watercolorists, and 5 Runners-up.
Cliché as it sounds but marriage is indeed a life-changing commitment for two people. From the moment she says “yes” to the days leading to the big day, this entire journey is nothing but a roller coaster ride. And every couple’s first challenge is planning their wedding. This will test their commitment, patience, multi-tasking and…
The Japan Foundation, Manila is pleased to announce the publication of ART ARCHIVE 03. This is the third volume of a series that explores current trends and concerns in Philippine contemporary art.
Patrick Fernandez’ solo exhibition Luntian (Green) opens at the 5th Edition of Art NOW Fine Art Fair 2020, Saskatchewan’s premiere fine art fair for modern and contemporary art, which displays a choice selection of artworks from artists across Canada from September 17 to 27.
Bullet Dematera’s sixth solo exhibition, “Hidden Places” is available for viewing both online and by appointment at Nuzen Art Gallery in Tagaytay.
As quarantine restrictions persist, Filipino creatives discover new mediums to play with.
Each movie will be available for viewing for free at www.pelikula.es for 24 hours, starting at 6pm (in the Philippines and Thailand) and 8pm (in Australia), on the programmed screening date.