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CCP launches Performatura Festival in the Reading Month

City of Pasay, 21 September 2015– The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), through its Intertextual Division, celebrates the National Reading Month of November with Performatura Festival, Performing Literatures on November 6, 7 and 8. 404 more words

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Boundless Fractal Art Exhibit opens on October 21 at the CCP

Boundless marks the first new media art exhibition of Maria Remedios Samblaceño-Olivares at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP). The exhibition title refers to her body of works as token of the ever-repeating patterns found in nature and the universe. 297 more words

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Free Admission to Cinemalaya Films at the CCP Arthouse Cinema

CINEMALAYA films from 2005 to 2014 are being screened free of charge at the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ CCP Arthouse Cinema, a film program that allows audiences to engage with local and international art films and their makers through film screenings, talkbacks, special events and other film-related activities. 214 more words

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Made by Hand

“The use of craft in contemporary art means a dedication to materials and processes, though not entirely as a path to perfection and polish. On the contrary, the craft approach shuns aesthetic perfection as a reaction to the omnipresence of technology in everyday life, including art production. 220 more words


Film Director Aureaus Solito returns to his first love!

Aureaus Solito, celebrated and internationally acclaimed film director also now known by his tribal name, Kanakan-Balintagos, returns to theatre directing his own play, MGA BUHAY NA APOY.

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Back-to-back Prinsipe Munti!

Layeta Bucoy’s Prinsipe Munti lands on Assumption Antipolo and Teatrino Greenhills!

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Marco Polo: An Untold Love Story, headed to greater things

If you’ve made it past elementary school (or any sort of History subject), then I’m betting you already heard a thing or two about Marco Polo. 1,102 more words