Myth and Folklore: Lakan’s works, inspired by the myths of precolonial Philippine Islands, mirrors the intricacy of a gifted culture of a hundred years.
His works are very close-to-home. And one may look for faces while asking: Am I here? Or say: I know this! There seems to be an in-joke being revealed somewhere, and it is usually in the kapwa Pinoy.
A Work in Progress: Incredible India for lovers of photography and music influenced and inspired by its ancient and popular culture. [Part One]
Tall grass shoot up from the lake. Above a map of blue-green earth, a leaf-strand stands, then bends towards another. It asks: “How do you do?”
Beyond Calligraphy: Tashi Mannox tells how artists and musicians have the responsibility to lift humanity up; to cheer people up. To get more inside.
The Information Revolution and Social Artistry: The degree of how we acknowledge our power to affect each other is measure of our conscious being.
The Glass Bar—not just a bar but a new home even for quite a bit. Learn arts and crafts, enjoy the food among others
Pinagmulan commenced and officially closes with its call for Culture-based governance
Fire monkey Joey Ayala sends smoke and thunder in prose-poem that is proven timeless as his music.
Fractal art with folk art and the neo-ethnic duet of fashion and music. Funfusion brings the house down on August 7. This event is open to the public.
Verification Handbook comes as a fresh guide for journalists, citizen reporters and the rest of us who understand the importance of valid data during disasters and crises.