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Sunico pays tribute to Nakpil in large-scale concert

FORMER Music dean Raul Sunico took center stage in stirring performances of Julio Nakpil’s original compositions last June 16 at the Ayala Museum in...

Acclaimed Thomasian director dies at 71

UPDATE as of 27 May 2017, 11:20 a.m. — VETERAN Thomasian filmmaker and writer Gil Portes was found dead in his apartment in Kamias, Quezon City...

Alumni office to hold benefit concert for cancer awareness

THE UST Office of Alumni Relations (OAR) will host a benefit concert titled “Stop the Hate. Start to Love: A Thomasian Alumni Concert for...

‘Fidel’ dominates Sampung Sulyap 2017

A SHORT film by the College of Fine Arts and Design (CFAD) Student Council bagged nine awards, including Best Picture, in the "Sampung Sulyap"...

UST Library launches rare books, digital library in ‘Semper Lumina’ exhibit

MULTIVOLUME catalogues of the University’s rare books, periodicals and collections were launched by the UST Miguel de Benavides Library and Archivo de la Universidad...

Black Nazarene devotion rendered in old school tattoo style

THE POPULAR Filipino devotion to the Black Nazarene is expressed anew by Thomasian artist Auggie Fontanilla in Kristo y Kristos, an exhibit of paintings...

‘Museums are stewards of communities,’ experts declare in UST conference

MUSEUMS play an important role as stewards of communities, museum practitioners said in a conference hosted by UST last March 31 to April 1. Ateneo...

Colorists enliven bird illustrations in exhibit

COLORFUL artworks depicting winged creatures are the main attraction in “Colors in Flight: Artworks of Colorists,” an exhibit that opened last March 29 at...

Surveying the vernacular architecture of Francisco Mañosa

WELL-KNOWN for his vernacular approach to architecture and design, veteran architect Francisco “Bobby” Mañosa showcases the studies and photographs of his most popular works...

Ebarle’s ‘Hibla 9’ combines ethnic motifs, abstraction, figuration

JANE Arietta Ebarle melds anew Philippine traditional weaving motifs and modern abstraction but with hints of feminine figuration in her new Hibla series at...

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