Martial Jeudy is having his solo _EXHIBIT on February 28, 2017 at _GALLERY, A SPACE Greenbelt, 6PM
Influenced by Nature through his travels and the discovery of Japanese culture through bonsai and Japanese Kyudo archery. His dedication for Sumi-e ink painting boosted his interest to control the technique.
The doors are open for all art enthusiasts and to those who wish to learn more about his technique. Drinks and Food on us! :)
Located in the hills of Antipolo above the Megacity, Pinto Art Museum is probably the most beautiful venue for art in Greater Manila. Apart from galleries with hundreds of exciting artworks, it has several restos and cafés and a large, lush park area full of sculptures and places to relax.
Want to learn more about Philippine art, culture, and history? The National Museum offers all of it and you don't have to pay a single centavo to get in! The National Museum consist of the National Museum of the Filipino People, the National Art Gallery, and the National Planetarium. All three buildings are located within walking distance in Manila. The National Museum also operates regional museums all over the Philippines.
With beautiful beaches, waterfalls, caves and other attractions, it is the perfect example for a Philippine island paradise in the Visayas. One of the reasons why Siquijor is not yet overrun by tourists might be its reputation as a magical island, populated by witches, sorcerers and other mythical figures.
Flower Power in Baguio! Every February, the Philippine "summer capital" holds the Blooming Flower Festival "Panagbenga" to honor the city's floral treasures. One highlight are the parades and competitions of flower-clad floats, street dancers and marching bands along the main streets.
While there are many museums that display old art work from Philippine masters, the Megacity also has a lot to offer when it comes to art galleries that showcase both old and contemporary art. Contemporary artists well-known in Manila’s art scene display their works in many of the metro’s popular art galleries. The three galleries mentioned in this article are highly recommended places that every art lover should visit.
Students and faculties of the University of the Philippines once again outdid each other at the annual UP Lantern Parade. Each of the dazzling and festive floats took inspiration from Filipino folklore and songs. Spectators from all over Metro Manila celebrated with the Philippine's premiere state university that night, filling the academic oval to overflowing. UP awarded the most creative float right after the parade.
As much as 30 galleries are showcasing their art at SMX Aura Convention Center this week to support new talents, celebrate icons, establish networks, and advance art appreciation into the cultural mainstream.
What about a time travel to the year 1900? This August, a photo exhibition presented by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) brings back to life the colonial past of the Philippines.