The richness of the Filipino’s history, heritage, identity, and culture is expressed so well in its art and architecture. These form part of the priceless treasure trove of our national patrimony. All the more, then, should these treasures be formally catalogued, named, recognized and protected — to acknowledge the contexts in which they were born and to singularly preserve them for the generations to come.
Aside from individuals representing our creative and arts sector at the 3rd Southeast Asian Art Forum, the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in Singapore also partnered with the University of the Philippines-Diliman to spotlight indigenous Philippine heritage.
A distinguished jury of prominent personalities comprises this year’s jury panel for Cinemalaya 2022. They will determine who among the competing films—11 full-length films and 12 short films—will top the 2022 Cinemalaya lineup.
THE Cultural Center of the Philippines and Erehwon Center for the Arts present “BAYAN BAYANAN: Letters from Home,” a new musical based on the classic play of Bienvenido M. Noriega, Jr. This will be staged at the CCP Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo on July 15, 16, 2022 (7pm shows) and July 17, 2022 (matinee). This production…
CCP Arthouse Cinema holds a special screening of National Artist Fernando Poe Jr.’s Alupihang Dagat (1976) to celebrate the 2022 National Heritage Celebration on July 8, 2022 (Friday), 2pm, at the Tanghalang Manuel Conde (CCP Audio-Visual Room). In Alupihang Dagat, set in a humble fishing village where the men sail out to sea and the…
Dipolog City is the national winner of the World Wide Fund for Nature’s (WWF) One Planet City Challenge (OPCC) 2021-2022, joining national winners from 20 countries around the world.
PH Embassy in Ottawa Launches Online Sentro Rizal Portal, Connects OFWs to PH Cultural, Historical, Media Resources
The Philippine Embassy in Ottawa launched the Sentro Rizal Ottawa Online Portal on 12 June 2022, to connect people, especially Overseas Filipinos, to cultural, historical, media, and other related resources about the Philippines.
For our fifth participation in the Venice Biennale, the Philippines calls for a pleasant ceremony in “Andi taku e sana, Amung taku di sana / All of us present, This is our gathering,” a collaborative multimedia project curated by Yael Buencamino Borromeo and Arvin Flores.
From left to right: Tauig City Mayor Mr. Lino Cayetano, DOT Secretary Ms. Bernadette Romulo-Puyat, Korea’s Ambassador Mr. Kim Inchul, KCC Director Ms. Im Young-a, NCCA Chairman Mr. Arsenio Lizaso The Korean Cultural Center (KCC) in the Philippines had their offline ribbon cutting ceremony to commemorate the opening of its new location last March 23,…
The 54th Shell National Student Arts Competition (NSAC) wraps up its Virtual Art Interaction program with the last two sessions of the online workshop series which were anchored on the theme, “restART”.