By Cid Reyes
The marvel of the entire body of work of Impy Pilapil through over four decades is the consistency and sureness of direction, unwavering in the course that she was impelled to follow, untrammeled by sculptural styles and trends that have waylaid less determined sculptors in search of goals irrelevant to the pursuit of their art.
By Marge C. Enriquez
Araceli “Nene” Leonor believes that, like education, the arts can shape the future of an aspiring talent.
Brown Movement for Cultural Advancement Inc. holds its third Essay Writing Contest on Saturday, Nov. 29, at the National Commission for Culture and the Arts.
By Anne A. Jambora
The resilience of the Visayan people in the face of one calamity after the other will be highlighted in the 29th Negros Trade Fair starting today, Sept. 24, till the 28th at the Glorietta Activity Center in Ayala, Makati City. The fair, one of the longest trade fairs in the country, is aptly titled “Smiles […]
By Leila B. Salaverria
A University of the Philippines art professor’s curatorial proposal of a “poetic and political reflection on the history of world making” will be the country’s entry as it returns to the prestigious Venice Art Biennale 2015 after 50 years.