Monday, April 15, 2024

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3 Thomasian bands win in ‘Tunog Tomasino’; to play at Paskuhan

THE THREE Thomasian bands who will perform at the grand Paskuhan concert have been selected out of the six groups that competed in this...

Conservatory opens Paskuhan with concert at BGPOP

MARKING the start of the traditional Paskuhan festivities in the University, the UST Conservatory of Music staged its annual Christmas Concert Gala on Dec....

Thomasian musicians bag prizes in 50th NAMCYA

TWELVE Thomasian musicians garnered awards in the 50th edition of the National Music Competitions for Young Artists (NAMCYA), held from Nov. 21 to 26...

Next-generation Thomasian artists celebrated in ‘Distinguished’ exhibit

SIXTEEN of UST's most accomplished alumni artists gathered together for “The Distinguished ‘23,” an exhibition of Thomasian artist-awardees, which held an artists’ reception on...

UST Museum, CFAD go sustainable in ‘Christmaseum’

THE UST Museum and the College of Fine Arts and Design (CFAD) have brought back their annual “Christmaseum” collaboration, an exhibition of yuletide-inspired artworks,...

UST Symphony Orchestra honors music patroness in concert

THE UST Symphony Orchestra paid tribute to St. Cecilia, the patron saint of music and musicians, in a classical concert at the Albertus Magnus...

Acclaimed Thomasian artist mounts Chinese dragon-inspired exhibit

AN INTERNATIONALLY acclaimed Thomasian artist fused paintings and sculptures in his comeback solo exhibition, “Pinyin,” which opened on Nov. 12 at the Nami Art...

Works of CFAD faculty featured in College Week exhibit

THE WORKS of College of Fine Arts and Design (CFAD) faculty members took center stage in an annual exhibition at the Beato Angelic Gallery...

Thomasian artist returns to painting roots in solo exhibit

IT is never too late–this is what a UST painting alumnus proved when he launched his solo exhibition of artistic works on Nov. 11...

Woodwind instruments take center stage in ‘out-of-the-box’ concert

THOMASIAN talents were featured in a concert spotlighting woodwind instruments on Oct. 27 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) in Pasay.  The “Wondrous...

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