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cinema ’76 screen cinemalaya 18 film

The 18 feature films in competition at the recently concluded Cinemalaya Film Festival will screen from August 24-31 at Cinema ’76 Film Society at Anonas LRT City Center on Aurora Boulevard in Quezon City. Tickets for the screening are P250. For more information on the screening schedule and to book tickets, visit his website at: https://bit.ly/Cinemalaya18C76.


Presentation of 2020 Gawad Paratha Thinning Award Winners

A much-delayed awarding ceremony for the 12 individuals, performing groups and publications nominated as recipients of the Gawad CCP Para sa Sing in 2020 will take place on September 2nd at 6pm at Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main theater). The Gawad CCP Para sa Sining is the highest award given by the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) for outstanding achievements and contributions to the arts and culture of the Philippines. The awards ceremony, originally scheduled for 2021, has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The 2020 winner is Rafael Catalino “Nonoy” Froilan for Dance. Raul M. Sunico for Music; Felix “Nonon” Padilla for Theater; Luis “Junyee” Yee, Jr. In charge of visual arts. Rualhati Bautista for Literature. Clodualdo “Doy” del Mundo, Jr. for Film and Broadcast Arts. Christina Turalba of Architecture. Designed by Kenneth Cobompue. Integrated Performing Arts Guild (IPAG) for the Culture of the Region. Nestor Holfila for Cultural Activities and Research. Liwayway Magazine For the Development of Filipino Culture; Antonio Favela (postmortem) for Dance; and Alice Guillermo (postmortem) for Cultural Studies. Danilo Dolor receives a Tanging Parangal for the development and support of the arts. Awarded every three years, the Gawad CCP Para sa Sining is awarded to an artist or group of artists who have consistently produced outstanding work and contributed to the development of the art form. The award is also given to cultural activists who have contributed to developing and enriching the Filipino arts through their research, curatorship and administrative work. The Tanjing Palangal is awarded to individuals or organizations that have made significant contributions to the development of the arts in the country.


Acqualo Named Director of Silver Lens NY

SILVERLENS announces the appointment of Katie Acaro as Director of Silverlens New York (NY). Acquaro joined Silverlens from the Independent Art Fair in New York. There she acted as Partner and Production Director, developing new business with the organization, the New Museum, the Swiss Institute, and the Institute of Contemporary Art, London. In her new role at Silverlens, Acqualo will use her expertise to create programs that support emerging experimental practices, with an emphasis on underrepresented voices for diaspora artists and traditions. To do. Her appointment comes just as Silverlens New York opens its first exhibition. protector with Martha Atienza on the roof of the mouth The gallery is located at 505 West 24.th St., New York.


MO_Space Holds Anniversary Show

MO_Space gallery will hold a group exhibition “This is Not MO_Space: A 15” to commemorate its anniversary.th Year Anniversary Show” features works by Juan Alcazaren, Poklon Anadin, Jean Barquin, Bea Camacho, Roberto Chavette, Pardo de Leon, Nilo Irade, Celine Lee, Lou Lim, Gary Ross Pastrana, Issey Rodriguez, Jose Santos III and Gerald Tan. I’ll pick it up. , Miguel Lorenzo Yui, MM Yu. The exhibition opens on his August 27th and runs through September 25th. The works on display are past and present works by artists old and new, and at some point in the process they create a dialogue with the gallery space, the idea that the form confines itself within the walls, or made extensible. “This is Not MO_Space: A 15” is an art installation of paintings, sculptures, photographs, videos, texts, site-specific and conceptual works.th The 1st Anniversary Show” reflects the nature of the gallery itself, pioneering some of the most challenging ideas in contemporary local art. gallery is his 3rd Level, MOs Design, B2 Bonifacio High Street, 9th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.


Exhibit showing the effects of war on a city

From Malawi to Mariupol, the world has witnessed how urban conflict leads to destruction, poverty and death. The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), in collaboration with his Swiss Embassy in the Philippines and the Intramuros Administration, launched the exhibition “War in the City” on August 18th.,” It features objects found after armed conflicts in Iraq and the Philippines, particularly Malawi and Zamboanga. Held as part of the Philippines’ International Humanitarian Law (IHL) Month celebrations, the exhibit is open to the public through August 31 at the Balartillo de San Francisco Tunnel at Fort Santiago in Intramuros, Manila. The “War in Cities” exhibition was first organized by his ICRC in Geneva, Switzerland in 2017. This traveling exhibit offers a public glimpse into the humanitarian needs and resilient spirits of those who survived urban warfare. Visitors can see deformed dolls salvaged from the rubble of an Iraqi house, a badly damaged desk from a school in Zamboanga, and drawings by children affected by the Malawi conflict. , audiovisual materials from the ICRC archives dating back to 1922, as well as excerpts of testimonies by former ICRC officials and others affected by urban conflicts. The exhibition is free, but admission to Fort Santiago is 75 pesos for adults and 50 pesos for students, seniors and the disabled. For more information about the exhibition, please visit the Exhibition Events page or the ICRC Philippines Facebook page.


Art Tablado presents”shikurab at Robinson’s Galleria

ARTIST Impressionist and Realist entrepreneur Richelle Rivera created the group Pilipinta to help fellow artists have a better platform to showcase their creativity. With 10 members now, the group is slowly rising to fame as artists participate in online and physical exhibitions and competitions. Their work is now on ARTablado’s ““Shikurab” Exhibited at Robinson Galleria. In addition to Rivera, the participating artists are Jed Borja, a self-taught nurse who learned to be an artist. Raphael Labuntog, described as “the Filipino pop culture surrealist”. Kling Dumarag; and Denzel San Jose. shikurab Appears at Level 3 of Robinson’s Galleria until August 31st.


PETA Theater Offers Hybrid Theater Workshop

The Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA) is now accepting registrations for the first batch of hybrid theater classes (a combination of in-person and online classes) running from September 10th to October 16th. Classes (9am-2pm, 3:30pm-8:30pm). Creative Musical Theater (3:30-8:30 PM) explores voice, composition, performance and a wide range of musical explorations. Basic acting (9am to 2pm). The “Workshop Weekend” in-person sessions will be held at New He PETA Theater Center in Manila, Quezon City, and all online classes will be conducted via Zoom. All workshops are open to her students over the age of 17 and sessions are held on weekends. Workshop attendees will be able to showcase their work on his PETA stage as a culmination of their work.To sign up, please visit bit.ly/PETAWorkshops2022or contact Betita at 0926-406-6858, betitasarmiento@petatheater.com.


‘Artists for Peace’ Show at the World Trade Center

World Trade Center Metro Manila (WTCMM) presents ‘Artists for Peace’, a contemporary art exhibition featuring works by Filipino artists Nemi Miranda, Juno Garang and Augusto Santiago. The exhibition he opens on August 24th and runs until October 24th. Miranda is a master of imaginative metaphor and has commissioned numerous monuments throughout the Philippines. Based in Hawaii for over 20 years, Garan is known for her modern style in which she portrays figurative subjects. Santiago considers his work Modern Impressionist and is commissioned by major companies and historical institutions. For more information on the exhibit, please contact WTCMM (8982-0000) or 0977-172-9185.


sharing the gospel through art

After a ten-year hiatus from the art scene due to mental health issues and the death of her son, Kristine Lim has returned to the art scene and is now on a mission to advocate for sustainable living, mental health and patriotism. . She founded and spearheaded Artists on a Mission workshops under the guidance of NGOs such as Christian + Collective, JKL Foundation, Operation Mobilization Philippines and Sustainable PH. The Artist On A Mission Workshop travels throughout the Philippines sharing the gospel and conducting her art workshops. The Artist On A Mission Workshop is currently using Art to Do Trauma Debriefing Seminars for children and families affected by the recent typhoon and her COVID-19 pandemic. Lim uses the proceeds from the exhibit to support and sustain small community churches, missionaries and NGOs. She is currently also the Culture & Arts Director of Sustainable She, PH, a non-profit organization that promotes sustainability, and is one of the founders of The Christian + Collective, and Vice President of External Relations. There is also.Contact us to support your project Celine Tojos or Lita Teodosio 0917-530-8847, 0925-546-4637, 0935-031-9931.

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