World-renowned glass sculptor Ramon Orlina pays tribute to Philippine Independence Day by mounting an exhibition of his latest creations starting June 12, 2012 at the Powerplant Mall in Rockwell, Makati City.
The color pink represents universal love. Pink is a quiet color inspiring a warm and comforting feeling. Lovers of beauty indulge pink. And that is the reason why AJ chose pink on her 18th Birthday. It was a day of love, beauty and happiness.
KGB Productions and da Corneto Opera present the American premiere of a rare masterpiece opera titled Noli Me Tangere by Philippine's National Artist for Music Felipe de Leon at the Harris Theater in Chicago on Saturday, May 26, 2012, at 7 pm, and Sunday, May 27, 2012, at 3 pm.
As Aleda Jorge turned 18 last May 8, 2012. I was fortunate to be the person who took her pre-debut photos. Both of us had a short time to prepare for the shoot but I am glad that it was a success. I enjoyed working with her because she has a perfect smile and she works really good with her poses.
The less-trodden province of Romblon is chosen to be the opening venue for this year’s celebration of National Heritage Month by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the government agency for arts and culture which leads the annual month-long celebration of Filipino cultural and artistic wealth and legacy.
Iconic Negrenese social realist painter Nunelucio Alvarado (1950) is regarded as one of the most prominent contemporary artists in the Philippines. He has won numerous international critical acclaim for his powerful works that mostly portrayed the life and struggles of Negros Occidental’s the working class.
Aliwan Festival is an annual event and recognized to be the gatherings of different cultural festivals in the whole Philippines. The festival this year was held last April 2012. From Luneta Grandstand in Manila, the contingents compete and showed their bests in dance and float parade. This event is known to be the "The Mother of All Fiestas" that aims to show off the different Filipino cultures and heritage to the world. The participants also aim to promote their regions both economically and tourism-wise. Aliwan is a Tagalog word for "entertainment" or "amusement."