Contributed by EU Delegation to the Philippines Theatre is one of the greatest forms of art and is a dynamic reflection of the rich culture and heritage of the European Union. For the first time, the EU Delegation to the Philippines in partnership with the EU member states’ embassies and cultural institutes and Philippine universities…
This August, Stream 2 of Let’s Get Creative Plus offers a lineup of courses in varied topics. This month will see the return of the Acting for Stage and Acting for Screen classes, the online version of the highly requested Creative Musical Theater class, as well as two new introductory courses: Introduction to Writing for Performance and Introduction to Visual Arts.
Tanghalang Pilipino (TP), together with the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) and VISA, continues its mission of providing informative and highly-entertaining content online by streaming “Lukot-Lukot, Bilog-Bilog”, through “PansamanTanghalan”, TP’s digital platform on Youtube.
Zoom as mirror: Kwago bookstore invites you to reimagine community, publishing and art in the age of crises
A series of 20-minute gatherings at Zoom featuring various artists and poets confronting and exploring how digital technology is affecting the ways we express, connect and live during this period of crisis and great change.
Korean Cultural Center (KCC) in the Philippines made K-Culture more accessible by utilizing the internet to serve vibrant, unique, and diverse cultural experiences through “Korea at Home.”
Artists, thought leaders, and even politicians take part in an evocative reading of “The Great Dictator.”