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“Kiping in Touch” by Erick Dator

His work is showcased at the Asia Room in the IRRI Riceworld Museum from Feb 25 to Mar 13.

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Pinto Art Museum -- Of Gardens and Galleries

Garden or Gallery?Pinto Art Museum is a relatively unknown art museum near the highway of Antipolo, Rizal. A picturesque place, Pinto Art Museum gives off a Greek-inspired vibe inspiring for both photoshoots and a casual afternoon of art appreciation. 254 more words

Artworks at the Pinto Gallery

The Pinto Art Gallery

LOCATION:  Antipolo City, Rizal Province, PHILIPPINES

Here are some of the vast collection of artworks and art pieces at the Pinto Art Gallery.   165 more words

Adelle Agustin

Manila, Manila: The National Museum

THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE PHILIPPINES

Open: Tuesdays to Sundays, 10 AM to 5 PM.
Things to see: I recommend the National Art Gallery (if only for the Spolarium among other excellent work) and the Museum of the Filipino People (for the pottery and special exhibits). 110 more words

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The Woman Behind Filipino Tinatik Art

A LONG CAR DRIVE TO THE PINEWOODS

I wouldn’t say I was exactly hyped up to spend the Holy Week in Baguio. Long car rides with the family never appealed to me, especially when I have nothing to do but to force myself to sleep in a cramped up four-door sedan accompanied by inevitable back pains and an awful stiff neck. 736 more words

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The Jeepneys of Manila

The KING OF THE ROAD (The Jeepneys of Manila)

Beautiful. Colorful. Fun. Amazing.

The talent and creativity of the Filipinos as painters creating masterpieces using the body of the jeepney (a popular means of public transportation in the Philippines), as their canvass. 27 more words

Adelle Agustin