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 Stef Cabal
At age 9, Christopher Aronson was already into theater. In college, he majored in Theater Arts at Ateneo de Manila University, where he learned and deepened his craft, and explored experimental methods.
By Tatti Pangalangan; Student corresponden; Assumption San Lorenzo
Last April, Ateneo de Manila University (AdMU), with the Department of Science and Technology (DOST), launched its annual “Chem Camp.”
On October 1, the School of Humanities of Ateneo de Manila University, Ateneo Fine Arts, Lyric, and Tanghalang Ateneo are mounting “Contra Mundum: A Devised Reading of ‘A Portrait of the Artist as Filipino.’”
By Krista Rodriguez and Janice Maglasang
Apart from the participants’ jaw-dropping moves and heart-thumping stunts, the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) Cheerdance Competition is also about bringing the teams’ stunning beauties to the center stage. They are the epitome of tough ladies—dancing and performing with the strength of a dozen men while beaming and cheering for the audience to get on their feet.