Tag Archives: Loren Legarda

August 23, 2016

Curatorial Intensive comes to Manila


Responsible for managing exhibits and interpreting contemporary art, curators are key players in the development of artistic and cultural heritage. But art is dynamic, and as such, curators need to continually learn new skills to keep up with the demands of this ever-changing discipline. Knowing this, the Independent Curators International (ICI) is inviting Filipino curators Continue Reading


June 23, 2016

What makes you Filipino?


awOr perhaps a better question to ask is, what makes you proud to be Filipino? The question and others like it that prompt us to reflect on our culture, heritage and national identity resurface in the days surrounding Independence Day and upcoming Buwan ng Wika celebrations in August. Our welcoming of a new presidency — Continue Reading


May 3, 2016

‘Muhon’ is Philippines’ first at the Venice Architecture Biennale


by Jose Paolo S. dela Cruz and Sara de los Reyes How much of the past can one bring to the future? This year, the country’s foremost architects and contemporary visual artists get to answer this question by participating in the Venice Architecture Biennale. A historic first for the Philippines, their exhibit entitled Muhon: Traces of an Adolescent City Continue Reading