By Paschal Berry
In the Acts Room of St. Peter’s Memorial Chapels in Quezon City, a roomful of artists, colleagues, friends, family and acquaintances gathered to pay respect to artist, teacher and Filipino arts advocate Don Maralit Salubayba, who at just 35, was one of the country’s most prolific visual artists.
The Necessary Theatre proudly announces the Asian premiere of “Red”, the 2010 Tony Award winner for best play written by American writer John Logan about the famous abstract expressionist artist Mark Rothko.
By Blanche David-Gallardo
Sometime in the ’80s, with an artist friend, Impy Pilapil, I went to see a homeopath for reasons I cannot now recall. He surprised me with his first question. How would I want to be remembered? I recall briefly considering the question, and almost instantly answering that I would like to be remembered as a “caring person.”