Friday, January 19, 2018
Ma. Czarina A. Fernandez

Ma. Czarina A. Fernandez

Jemimah Tiambeng: Law graduate and synchronized swimmer

WHILE most student-athletes make names for themselves through the collegiate conferences like the UAAP and NCAA, Jemimah Tiambeng made a splash as a member...

Raul Sunico sums up deanship

THE HALLOWED halls of the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) speak of culture and refinement. Red carpets cover the marble floors, paintings sprawl...

Philosophy alumnus is PH consul to Brunei

SERVICE is a calling for Thomasian alumnus Melvin Almonguera, who has found fulfilment in helping Filipino workers abroad. Almonguera, who graduated from the UST Faculty...

All-Thomasian family

THE THOMASIAN core values proved to be a pivotal factor in the excellence and service of the Lasala family, who was hailed as this...

Young Thomasian filmmakers among finalists in film-making competition

TWO SHORT films by Thomasians were among the finalists in a film-making contest organized by Filipino movie channel Cinema One, with plots that tackled...

Artlets professor elected head of Philippine Sociological Society

Oct. 23 2016, 12:10 pm. - SOCIOLOGIST Clarence Batan of the Faculty of Arts and Letters (Artlets) was elected president of the Philippine Sociological...

USTv Awards tackle May 9 polls

TAKING into account the May 9 elections, the 12th edition of the USTv Students Choice Awards introduced new categories to recognize broadcast initiatives to...

Artists and their ateliers featured in book

A NEW coffee-table book on Philippine art by former Varsitarian artist and photographer documents through beautiful photography and informative text the ateliers or work studios of 75 of the country’s foremost artists, what critics have described as a very helpful “archival” project to record the creative process that goes into masterpieces of the visual arts.

“Filipino Artists in their Studios” is published by the Manila Bulletin and conceptualized and photographed by visual artist-photojournalist Jose Vinluan “Pinggot” Zulueta, a BS Fine Arts in Advertising Arts graduate of the old UST College of Architecture and Fine Arts.

Studios of Filipino artists unveiled in new coffeetable book

October 31, 2015, 11:10p.m. - A GLIMPSE into the lives of artists beyond their masterpieces was the theme of a new coffeetable book published by Thomasian journalists Jose "Pinggot" Zulueta and Isabel de Leon.

"Filipino Artists in their Studios" features artists in their workplaces. Zulueta and de Leon, photojournalist and lifestyle editor, respectively, of the Manila Bulletin, came up with the book to give an in-depth and personal look into the work processes behind famous artworks.