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Today, Feb. 21, is the 161st birth anniversary of the late painter Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo. Born in Binondo in 1853, he won a scholarship to a school in Spain and an award in Madrid’s National Exposition of Fine Arts for his work “Christian Virgins Exposed to the Populace.” He died on March 13, 1913. A street in Quiapo, Manila, was named after him that same year.—Marielle Medina, Inquirer Research
A group of prominent art collectors is auctioning off treasured pieces to raise money for victims of Supertyphoon “Yolanda” in the Visayas. The fund-raising project dubbed “Art is Hope” is organized by volunteers from Finale Art File and YamangKatutubo.
By Maricar Cinco
Like a compelling snapshot perfectly timed and framed is what best describes this spontaneous but daring project—a photography book—by young publisher Rocel Ann Junio.
By Redempto D. Anda
Renowned artist AG Saño and about 50 local volunteers collaborated on Sunday on a mural on the outside wall of a three-story building at the center of the city to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Tubbataha Reefs, the country’s largest marine protected area and a UN-inscribed World Heritage Site.
Calligraphy by Japanese porn star Sola Aoi has sparked a culture war in China, where she has a huge fan base, with purists dismissing the work as “unskilled” after it was reportedly auctioned for $95,000.
A Makati City street beckons to art lovers this weekend. The city government is closing a lane of Nicanor Garcia Street (formerly known as Reposo) for an art fair dubbed “Sining Kalikasan sa Reposo,” which will run this Saturday and Sunday as part of the celebrations for Makati’s 343rd foundation anniversary.
By Niña Calleja
To make way for a weekend art fair called “Sining Kalikasan sa Reposo,” which is part of the celebration of the 343rd Foundation Day of Makati, the city government will close one lane of Nicanor Garcia Street (formerly Reposo Street) from May 18 to 19.
By Gibbs Cadiz
Daisy Avellana, a pioneering actress, director and writer whose career spanned the emergence and flowering of modern Philippine theater, and whose seminal contributions to the field led to her being declared a National Artist for Theater in 1999, died Sunday morning. She was 96.
When activist Bayani Cambronero fell in love with origami almost 20 years ago, he never imagined that it would one day become a medium to carry the message for an independent senatorial candidate he avidly supports—Teddy Casiño.
By Radel Paredes
It was in one of those plenary sessions where some international big shot “creative” in the advertising industry was speaking that my student and I decided to sneak out of the auditorium to join local artists mount outdoor installations at a public park in what was rather a hastily organized Art Congress that had for its theme the question: “Art ba o ad?”
By Reynard Magtoto
For Albay artist Albert Romero, using the human body as a canvas to depict the origin of the Cagsawa Ruins brought him well-deserved recognition. Romero, 23, became the grand prize winner of the Pintura Cagsawa contest held in Daraga town in Albay on Feb. 13. He and nine other artists were given five hours [...]
The Fernando B. Sena Art Workshop in cooperation with Eastwood City presents “Iba’t Ibang Kamay, Sari-Saring Kulay,” an ongoing group painting exhibit by Sena’s workshop participants, which started on February 17 and will run till the 23rd at the cinema lobby, 4th Floor, Citywalk 2, Eastwood City in Libis, Quezon City. The participants include Richelle [...]
THE Bisdak Pride Inc. and Binisaya Movement have organized Binisaya Film Festival 2012, a project of National Commission for the Culture and the Arts (NCCA) Sub-Committee on Film.