Thursday, May 25, 2017

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Thomasian artists grace ‘Performatura’ literature festival at CCP

IN CELEBRATION of National Literature Month, alumni artists showcased their artistic prowess in the "Performatura 2017: Performance Literature Festival" at the Cultural Center of...

‘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...

Visual artist Villaseran tackles mental illness

AFTER being diagnosed with bipolar disorder last year, Thomasian artist Rom Villaseran channeled into painting his thoughts about his illness as a form of...

Annual ‘Tribute’ concert pays homage to music of Saint-Saens

THE MUSIC of French composer Camille Saint-Saens was the main feature in the annual Tribute to the Thomasian concert by the UST Symphony Orchestra...

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...

Annual piano concert features famous film soundtracks

MOVING away from the staple repertoire of classical music, faculty members and students of the UST Conservatory of Music treated concert-goers to renditions of...

‘Tribute to the Thomasians’ pays homage to Camille Saint-Saens

FACULTY members and students of the Conservatory of Music showcased the music of renowned French composer Camille Saint-Saens in this year's “Tribute to the...

Music faculty, students to render classics of Camille Saint-Saens

FACULTY members and students of the Conservatory of Music will pay tribute to the music of renowned French composer Camille Saint-Saens in the annual...

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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