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Saturday, September 20, 2014

2014 Lampara Storytelling Competition Grand Finals at the Mall of Asia!

Manila, Philippines – Storytelling kids will make you laugh, cry and tickle your imagination, live at the SMX, Mall of Asia! The 2014 Lampara Storytelling Competition Kuwentong Bata, Kuwentistang Bata 3 finalists will be taking the stage at the grand showcase at the Manila International Book Fair, SM Mall of Asia (MOA) on September 21, 2014.

Out of the more than 200 contestants that joined the Elimination Workshops last September 5, only ten finalists per category were chosen for the final competition.


For Category A, Grades 1-4, the finalists are Jazz Doon Milan (Santiago A. De Guzman Elementary School), Luis Benjamin Isidro and Emmanuel Alberto Syquia (PAREF Northfield School for Boys), Chelsea Jemimah V. Gupo (Comembo Elementary School), Wilfred Reyes, Jr. (P. Gomez Elementary School), Samantha Maye Chua, (Chiang Kai Shek College), Marxinne Pajarin (San Joaquin Elementary School).


Finalists for Category B, Grades 5-7 are Ma. Catrina Chan (A. Regidor Elementary School), Elfritz Angelo Peralta (St. Joseph College of Novaliches), Mark Ashly Villarama (Maybunga Elementary School), Miguel Antonio Encarnacion (PAREF Northfield Schools for Boys), Sealtiel Anne Pael (Santiago A. De Guzman Elementary School), Jeremy Matthew M. Trinidad, (Ilaya Barangka Integrated School), Jasmin Cassandra Angulo (Caloocan National Science and Technology High School), Sancai delos Santos (San Joaquin Elementary School), Ericka Krystal U. Nuguid (Academe of Donna Christine), Aila Marie Villeza (Las Pinas National High School)

The 2014 Lampara Storytelling Competition (Kuwentong Bata, Kuwentistang Bata 3) features not only talented kids but also the brilliance of our own writers and illustrators in the field of children's literature.

Winners of the competition shall receive a trophy, certificates, gift packs and cash prizes: Php15,000(1st place), Php12,000 (2nd place) and Php7,000 (3rd place). 

Friday, September 19, 2014

“Handog sa Bansa” Screening for Lav Diaz’s “Mula sa Kung ano Ang Noon”


Widely acknowledged for bringing the singular highest honor to Philippine Cinema, “Mula sa Kung ano Ang Noon,” Lav Diaz’s Martial Law epic, will have “Handog sa Bansa” special screening on September 21, 2014 at the SM Cinema Centerstage at the SM Mall of Asia.

The special screening, coinciding with the anniversary of the declaration of the Martial Law, is meant to be an offering to the Filipino people (free admission for the public) and will be attended by honored guests. It celebrates the film’s recent triumph at the Festival del Film Locarno 2014 in Switzerland, where it won the Pardo d’oro (Golden Leopard) Grand Prize. The International film festival in Locarno, held last August 6-16, is one of the oldest and most prestigious A-list film festivals in Europe, in the league of Cannes, Venice, and Berlin.

Presented by the Film development Council of the Philippines and Sine Olivia Pilipinas, in partnership with SM Cinema, the special screening is, additionally highlighted by a photo and video exhibit outside Centerstage. A short program with the cast and crew precedes the film screening at 2:30pm.

The film tackles life in the village in one of the remotest regions of the Philippines before Martial Law was declared.

Diaz in an earlier interview with the FDCP entices Filipinos to see the film, “[as] it talks about what happened in the last two years before martial law. It’s based on real events. The characters are based on real characters in our village when I was in grade six up to first year high school. I reenacted everything from memory. But it’s about the coming, it’s a foreboding thing, it’s a horror film actually. We’re entering hell and we felt that then.”

In Locarno, the film also garnered the FIPRESCI International Critics Prize; the International Federation of Film Societies Don Quixote prize, the Youth Jury Environment Is Quality of Life Prize, and the Boccalino de Oro Independent Critics Award for Best Actress for lead Hazel Orencio.

The photo and video exhibit will chronicle the journey of the film’s cast and crew, from the film’s inception and pre-production stages up until the win at Locarno and the triumphant return to the Philippines. The public can view the exhibit as early as in the days leading up to the September 21 event.

For more screening information and updates, please visit the “Mula Sa Kung ano Ang Noon” Facebook page, FDCP Facebook page, and FDCP website (fdcp.ph). Treats and prizes await lucky film viewers.

Human Sa Lokat: A Solo Exhibition by Roedil "Joe" Geraldo

Appropriating the mystical accord of creation, Roedil “Joe” Geraldo recreates life out of terra cotta to articulate known biblical narratives about creation of life--- that the first man was made of out clay. In his language of form, he evokes plastic visions of mythology or spiritual truth while also turning to his ideas of the divine forces in his clay sculptures; they become physical manifestations of his faith revealed only by his own hands.

Turning soil found under Geraldo’s own feet into shapely mass of art has been his creative commitment that mainly defined much of his career. His dexterous intervention meeting the tactile pleasures and the sensuous manipulation of clay together produce these vigorous corporeal forms, dramatic figures of terra cotta with absolute pitch of dignity and ceaseless curiosity. In the promptings of his unconscious and fertile interventions, he shapes his sculptures with connected limbs, tangled bodies, all forming visible contours of unnatural collocations of the human form with palpable dramatic and robust gestures and in various scales and orientations.

Geraldo is an accomplished sculptor as seen in his consistent production and accomplishments in various national prizes. He has been a Juror’s Choice in the Philippine National Art Awards for in for two consecutive years 2013-14. He has also been exhibited in major venues locally, most of them in Bacolod and Dumaguete, twice at the Alliance Francaise de Manille and in an exhibition at the Ayala Museum. Among the creative communities and affiliations which he actively engages with include the Art Association of Bacolod (AAB), Kasamahan ng mga Artisan Mulat ang Isip (KAMI), Art Association of Talisay (ATA) Signus of Negros

Human Sa Lokat will be on view from Sept 27 to October 8, 2014. YSOBEL art gallery is open Monday to Sunday from 11:00 am to 9:00 pm.

For more information, contact Mark Tiongco at mark.sancheztiongco@gmail.com; 09285071117.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

September 17, 2014 is Ask A Curator Day


Is there anything about Philippine art and culture that you're curious about? Do you have any questions about Yuchengco Museum?

Next week is your opportunity to ask us or our curator, Jeannie Javelosa, on Twitter. September 17, 2014, Wednesday, is Ask A Curator Day. Take part in this unique Q&A session and annual worldwide Twitter event.

Send us your questions through Twitter using the hashtag #AskACurator and the handle@yuchengcomuseum or @jeanniejavelosa. We'll be answering your questions throughout the day!

Tuesday, August 05, 2014

NCCA Calls for Project Proposals for its Competitive Grants for 2015

The National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the country’s leading government agency for arts and culture headed by its chairman Felipe de Leon, Jr., encourages cultural and art groups, academic institutions, local arts organizations, non-government organizations involved in culture and arts, and others to submit their project proposals for the NCCA Competitive Grants Program for 2015. Deadline is on August 31, 2014.

The priority projects for 2015 have been defined by the 19 national committees under the four subcomissions which are the National Committee on Architecture and Allied Arts, National Committee on Cinema, National Committee on Dance, National Committee on Dramatic Arts, National Committee on Literary Arts, National Committee on Music, and National Committee on Visual Arts of the Subcommission on the Arts; Northern, Central and Southern Cultural Communities of the Subcommission on Cultural Communities and Traditional Arts; National Committees on Archives, Art Galleries, Libraries and Information Services, Historical Research, Monuments and Sites, Museums under the Subcommission on Cultural Heritage; and under the Subcomission on Cultural Dissemination, the National Committees on Cultural Education, Communication, and Language and Translation.

As underlying theme, projects to be funded by the NCCA must capture the aspiration of the arts and culture community, expressed by NCCA’s vision in the 21st century: “Filipino culture as the wellspring of national and global well being.”

Furthermore, projects must establish culture as pillar of sustainable development, advance creativity and diversity of artistic expression, and promote a strong sense of nationhood and pride in being Filipino through culture and arts.

Through the National Endowment Fund for Culture and the Arts (NEFCA), the NCCA Grants Program provides support to individuals and organizations in fields that are aligned with the Philippine culture and arts and in accordance with the defined priorities of each of the national committees. The NCCA provides funds for projects for the promotion, development and conservation of Philippine culture and arts, and it continuously encourage collaborative efforts which provides significant contributions to the realization of the mandate of the NCCA.

Each year, the NCCA Board of Commissioners, in coordination with the four subcommissions, defines its thrusts and priorities anchored on the following major programs for 2013-2016: Program for Cultural Education, Program for Cultural Diplomacy, Program for Conservation of Cultural Heritage, Program for Culture and Development, and Program for Artistic Excellence and Creativity.

Interested individuals or groups can avail of NCCA assistance by submitting a project proposal under the NCCA Competitive Grants, or file a request under the Institutional Programs, namely, NCCA Outreach Program, Experts and Resource Persons Bureau and Technical Assistance Program.

Accomplished project proposals must be submitted to Marichu G. Tellano, chief of Policy, Plan Formulation and Programming Division (PPFPD), 5th Floor, National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), 633 General Luna St., Intramuros, Manila, with telephone number (63-2) 527-2192, fax numbers (63-2) 527-2198 and 522-2084, and emails info@ncca.gov.ph and pmd@ncca.gov.ph.

Proposal submission through electronic mail (email) are accepted provided that all project documents are complete and with scanned signature of the official proponent/head of the organization/LGU. Absence of the signature of the proponent shall be considered unofficial.

Proposals must be stamped received by the Policy/Plan Formulation and Programming Division of the NCCA on or before August 31, 2014. Late or incomplete project proposal will not be considered. Only one proposal per proponent can be submitted to NCCA. Copy of the project proposal form may be obtained at the PPFPD office or may be downloaded at www.ncca.gov.ph (Go to “Grants Program”).

For inquiries on the NCCA Grants Programs, please get in touch with the Planning, Policy Formulation and Programming Division (PPFPD) through direct line 527-2214, or trunkline 527-2192 local 509 (SCA); 501 (SCCTA); 506(SCH); and 511(SCD). Email addresses are pmd@ncca.gov.ph, grants@ncca.gov.ph, and info@ncca.gov.ph.

Thursday, July 31, 2014

2014 Lampara Children’s Storytelling Competition

LAMPARA PUBLISHING HOUSE, INC. and the
PHILIPPINE EDUCATIONAL THEATER ASSOCIATION (PETA)
Present KUWENTONG BATA, KUWENTISTANG BATA
2014 Lampara Children’s Storytelling Competition

Now in its third year, PETA, the country’s pioneering company in the use of theater for education, joins one of the country’s biggest publishing companies, Lampara Publishing House in enriching the competition with creative workshops to enhance the participants’ storytelling and performance skills.

Register now to begin a fun journey of learning, self-discovery and telling of some of the most exciting and value-laden children’s stories!

HOW TO REGISTER

1. Application forms are available in all PRECIOUS PAGES NCR outlets and the PETA Theater Center located at No. 5 Eymard Drive, New Manila Quezon City. You may also email petastorytelling@yahoo.com to request for an electronic copy of the form.

2. Fill-up registration form and submit to any of the PRECIOUS PAGES outlet or to the PETA Theater Center with the following:

a. Photocopy of student ID and school registration form
b. Registration fee of P 400.00 which will cover workshop and materials costs.

COMPETITION RULES

1. Eligible Participants

The competition will have two categories:
· Category A Grades 1-4
· Category B Grades 5-7

Each school may send up to 3 participants per category.

2. Storytelling Workshop and Selection of Finalists

Registered participants should be available to join a 4-hour workshop to be held at the PETA Theater Center on September 5, 2014. The performance showcase at the end of the workshop shall determine the 10 finalists for each category.

Announcement of finalists will be on September 8, 2014.

3. Orientation of the Coaches/Parents

The coaches/parents of all selected participants should be available to attend the orientation for the rules and mechanics of the competition and a children’s rights education session on September 14, 2013.

4. Finalists Workshop

All finalists will be invited to join a 1-day storytelling workshop on September 14, 2013 to be conducted by PETA Artist-Teacher to prepare them for the finals.

5. Finals

The finals will be held during the Manila International Book Fair on September 21, 2014 at the SM Mall of Asia SMX.

PRIZES

1st Prize P 15,000.00
2nd Prize P 12,000.00
3rd Prize P 7,000.00

Plus trophies, certificates and gift packs from Lampara Publishing House, Inc. for winning storytellers and their respective coaches

For more information, contact
LAMPARA STORYTELLING SECRETARIAT
(02) 725-6244, (02) 410-0821 to 22
0916-4376551 (Rexie Quizon)
0915-5813005 (Mark Lim)
petastorytelling@yahoo.com

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Endless Hours at Sea by Martha Atienza


warmly invites you to the opening of ENDLESS HOURS AT SEA by Martha Atienza

Opening on Wednesday, 30 July 2014
ArtSpeak at 4.30pm
Opening Reception at 6pm

Ateneo Art Gallery
Level 2, Rizal Library Special Collections Building
Ateneo de Manila University
Katipunan Aveneu,
Loyola Heights, Quezon City 1108

Gallery Hours
Monday – Friday 8am – 7pm
Saturday 8am - 6pm
Closed on Sundays and Holidays

For more information please call
+63 2 4266488
http://ateneoartgallery.org

Rebellion by Jinggoy Buensuceso at Galleria Duemila

Jinggoy Buensuceso
July 5- August 31, 2014
Galleria Duemila Inc.
210 Loring Street, 1300 Pasay City

MANILA, PHILIPPINES – Jinggoy Buensuceso explores the multiple dimensions of raging ideas and emotions in his solo show entitled Rebellion.

In Rebellion, the artist takes you on a tumultuous journey from the birth of a powerful idea that consumes an individual, the building pressure and force that makes people come together and move as one organism for a common passion and cause, the powerful release of tension and expression of freedom, to the quiet yet indelible aftermath which serves as a potent force within each and one of us. This potent force, when triggered ignites the vigorous cycle once more.

Rebellion is the aftermath of the artist’s personal turmoil as he separates himself from his present realities to fulfill his artistry away from the trappings of domestication. In this show, Buensuceso ventures into the bold and unorthodox use of materials and methods in the featured bodies of work, challenging the expected presentation of his mediums—industrial tracing paper and woodwork rendered with the severity of fire as well as uncovering new pursuits with cement, charcoal, and graphite—a reaction to the status quo. An uprising.

He graduated from the University of The Philippines in Diliman with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, major in Visual Communication in 2003.He is a strong proponent of linear art—his works evoke stories and brave statements of oneself, culture, and way of life through the use of lines. Buensucesof is also an emerging figure in Philippine furniture design, a three-time Mugna awardee, and co-founder of Epoch, a movement of six young international artists who provoke new thinking in the domain of furniture design.

The artist has gained extensive local and international experience in visual arts. His work showcase bold statements and clean lines. He is influenced by art and architecture in New York and Singapore where he was based the longest.

The exhibition will run from July 5- August 31, 2014 at Galleria Duemila, located at 210 Loring Street, 1300 Pasay City.For more information, please contact Thess Ponce or Mark Arvin Patiag, Tel. No. +632 831 9990; Telefax no. +632 833 9815, email: gduemila@gmail.com, Twitter and Instagram: @galleriaduemila or visit our website at www.galleriaduemila.com and follow us on Facebook.

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

YSOBEL Art Gallery Presents "ANI-MOTION" by Norlie Meimban


YSOBEL Art Gallery will be presenting "ANI-MOTION" an art exhibit featuring the works of Norlie Meimban on July 26, 2014 to August 6, 2014 at Ysobel Art Gallery, 2nd flr., Shops at Serendra, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.

Monday, July 28, 2014

Museum Foundation Mounts Proudly MaArte 2014

Proudly MaArte 2014 promises to be an outstanding intersection of arts and crafts as it brings together carefully selected pieces exquisitely designed and executed by local Filipino artisans from all over the country.

Now on its 5th year, the MaARTe Artisan Fair is an annual fundraising project of the Museum Foundation of the Philippines (MFPI) and will be staged at the Rockwell Tent on August 29-31, Friday to Sunday, from 10am to 10pm. Craft items produced by entrepreneurs, NGOs, designers and craftsmen have been meticulously selected to provide the discerning MaARTe shopper a wide array of striking items ranging from indigenous baskets and fabrics, charming home decor to elegant fashion accessories and delicate jewelry from more than 50 participants. For limited edition items from designer ateliers and museum shops, MFPI has a special section dubbed as MaARTe Finds.

This yearly gathering of local artisans at the MaARTe Fair aims to support the creative industries, and has been a unique platform for the Museum Foundation as it continues to support the National Museum and its many activities. Dannie Alvarez, a long-time exhibitions curator in numerous museum exhibitions and design fairs, has joined the MaARTeorganizing committee as creative director. He envisions this project as a showcase for “museum-quality crafts” that will provide the visitor a unique cultural shopping experience. Over the span of 3 days, The Rockwell Tent will be the perfect playground for those who enjoy draping and surrounding themselves with beautiful, vibrant and well-made pieces and aim to live life “may Arte”.

For this year, Security Bank and Smart Infinity lead the list of its partners. Corporate foundations have joined MaArte as well in presenting their community based efforts in assisting local artisans. The Museum Foundation of the Philippines will also include local food items under its banner, MaARTe Eats, which visitors can indulge in at the MaArte Lounge by Gree, and the MaARTe Café.

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