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Monday, January 28, 2008

Salute to Ricky Lee @ Daet World Arts Festival

As homage to the country's multi-awarded scriptwriter, Ricky Lee, a
film festival will be organized in his hometown from Feb 4-10 to
feature some of his prizewinning films.

The event is part of the World Arts Festival organized by the City
of Daet, Camarines Norte under the initiative of Mayor Tito Sarion.

Lee's scripts have resulted into films that have become contemporary
classics of Philippine cinema, and have helped shape the second
golden age of Filipino movies in the 80's.

Five of these will be featured in the festival: Salome, Anak, Muro
Ami, Gumapang Ka sa Lusak, Memories of Old Manila, and Himala.

Lee will also conduct a three-day scriptwriting workshop for
beginning writers. Gina Alajar, who will grace the occasion with the
screening of her film, "Salome,' will also conduct a one-day acting
workshop with Chanda Romero.

The film festival is sponsored by the City Government of Daet,
Presidential Social Fund, Mowelfund Film Institute and the office of
Hon. Senator Juan Ponce Enrile.

1/50 Exhibit @ Kaida Gallery

1/50
Fifty Contemporary Philippine Artists
Kaida Gallery
February 3 – 15, 2008

Works by 50 contemporary Philippine artists at Kaida Gallery

Kaida Gallery celebrates its first anniversary as an art space this February with 1/50, a group exhibition of works by 50 Philippine contemporary artists.

Established back in February 2007, Kaida Gallery has consistently featured young, dedicated, and emerging painters and sculptors as well as supporting collaborations between them and established names in Philippine art.

This group exhibition aims to gather in a single show representative works from 50 contemporary Philippines artists, some of whom have participated in the solo or group exhibitions held by Kaida Gallery in its first year of operations.

The exhibit 1/50 also Kaida Gallery's contribution to the celebration of February as National Arts Month, as a celebration of diversity and dynamism within Philippine contemporary art.

The anniversary show, 1/50, features paintings and sculptural works by the following artists:

John Paul Antido, Benjie Cabangis, Ej Cabangon, Michael Cacnio, Dansoy Coquilla, Melvin Culaba, Don Dalmacio, Edrick Daniel, Igan D’bayan, Ferdinand Doctolero, Leonilo Doloricon, Norman Dreo, Noell El Farol, Jonas Eslao, Dennis Fortozo, Emmanuel Garibay, Joe Geraldo, Guerrero Habulan, Joselito Jandayan, Erwin Leaňo, Neil Manalo, Lotsu Manes, Joven Mansit, Norlie Meimban, Tristram Meravalles, Ferdie Montemayor, Renato Ong, Andy Orencio, Jim Orencio, Vicente Pado Jr., Mario Parial, Mikel Parial, Mervy Pueblo, Ian Quirante, Elmer Roslin, Kirby Roxas, Jose Tence Ruiz, Konn Salao, Jaypee Samson, Jerson Samson, Julio Samson, Jose Santos III, Pam Yan Santos, Victor Santos, Kris Soguilon, Randy Solon, Rodel Tapaya, Juanito Torres, Cris Villanueva, and Zean

The public is invited to this celebration of artistic diversity and dynamism. Kaida Gallery's anniversary exhibit opens on February 3, 2008, Sunday 6 p.m., at Kaida Gallery, located at the 2nd Floor, GFO Building, 122 Kamuning Road, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines 1102. The show runs until February 15, 2008. For inquiries, please call (632) 4144777 or write info@kaidagallery.com.

Philippine Arts Festival 2008 - Ani ng Sining

The Celebration
Began in 1991 through Presidential Proclamation No. 683, the National Arts Month activities are spearheaded by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, or NCCA, which is the country's premier government institution for arts and culture.

The People
Every year, the NCCA works hand in hand with arts and culture organizations, local government units, educational institutions, business establishments, and individuals in holding various initiatives in the arts. Now on its sixteenth year, the National Arts Month celebration with the theme "Ani ng Sining" has evolved from a Manila-centered activity, to a truly national event with key activities in all three major island groups - Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao. Involving hundreds of artists from the different disciplines of arts and reaching thousands of people from all walks of life. The National Arts Month is truly a festival of the Filipino people to involve their participation in "Celebrating a Bountiful Harvest in the Arts."

Art Association of the Philippines Anniversary Exhibit

The Art Association of the Philippines will be celebrating it's
anniversary on February 16, 2008 Saturday at the Kanlungan ng Sining
Gallery, Rizal Park. Artists who are interested to join may submit 1
art-work each. The size may either be 12 x 16 or 18 x 24 inches,
vertical or horizontal format. All art-works must be ready for hanging.
Unframed artworks must be in museum wrap presentation with painted or
clean sidings for proper mounting and must also be ready for hanging.

A piece of paper with the name of the artist,title, medium, size and
price of the art-work must be taped at the back of the painting for
proper labeling and identification of the work.

All paintings must be submitted at the Kanlungan ng Sining on or before
Feb.9, 2008

UP Film Institute presents Cinema One Originals

UP Film Institute presents Cinema One Originals

Now is the best time to catch the latest crop of digital features for the Festival of Cinema One Originals—Iba. Astig. Orig. The UP Film Institute hallmarks from January 28 Monday to January 31 Thursday the full selection comprised of five acclaimed titles from the country’s emergent roster of accomplished filmmakers, namely, Adolfo Alix Jr., Jerrold Tarog and co-director Ruel Dahis Antipuesto, Lawrence Fajardo, Rico Maria Ilarde and the duo of Veronica Velasco and Pablo Biglang-awa Jr.

Screening schedule is as follows:

Jan 28 Mon
5 p.m. Maling Akala
7 p.m. Confessional

Jan 29 Tue
2 p.m. Altar

5 p.m. Prinsesa
7 p.m. Tambolista

Jan 30 Wed
5 p.m. Confessional
7 p.m. Altar

Jan 31 Thu
2 p.m. Maling Akala

5 p.m. Tambolista
7 p.m. Prinsesa

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

AAP Upcoming Activities - February 2008

AAP CALENDAR of ACTIVITIES :

FEBRUARY 2008

February 13 - LAUNCHING
GSIS - AAP PAINTING COMPETITION
6:00 PM
GSIS Museum of Art
GSIS Finance Center ,CCP Complex Pasay City

Open to all Filipino artists 18yrs old and
above.

February 16 - AAP ANNIVERSARY EXHIBIT
6:00 PM Opening Exhibit
AAP Kanlungan ng Sining
Km.0 Kanlungan ng Sining Rizal Park Manila

February 23 - AAP ELECTION of 11 OFFICERS for 2008-2010
3:00 PM
AAP Kanlungan ng Sining
Km.0 Kanlungan ng Sining Rizal Park Manila

Tanghalang Ateneo Goes Pop in Shakespeare's Hakbang sa Hakbang

Tanghalang Ateneo Goes Pop in Shakespeare's Hakbang sa Hakbang

Tanghalang Ateneo and TeatroFilipino Integrated return to Shakespeare with a novel rendition of Measure for Measure, a play on desire, morality, and justice. Translated as Hakbang sa Hakbang, the production marks the first time the play will be staged in Filipino. It will also showcase student talents under the direction of Ronan Capinding, the acclaimed young director of such plays as Middle Finger po and Ang Nilalang ni Victor Frankenstein.

Tanghalang Ateneo's Hakbang sa Hakbang draws on dance movements from contemporary pop culture to capture the spirit of permissiveness that marks the play. This fusion of contemporary dance and Shakespearean text reveals as well the persona of the characters and the tone of each scene. Staged in the round, the play also gives audiences the experience of intimately witnessing the story unfold in their midst. One of Shakespeare's problem plays, Hakbang sa Hakbang seeks a philosophy of morals beyond Puritanism and libertarianism.

In the play, the laidback Duke Vincentio (alternately played by Dan Chua and Exzell Macomb) has appointed the austere Angelo (alternately played by Paolo Apagalang and Gelo Brilliantes) to temporarily take his place as ruler while he is on a diplomatic mission. The new ruler suddenly forces the freewheeling and amoral citizenry into strict adherence to the law. To serve as a warning, Claudio (alternately played by Kenn Cayunda and Brian Sy), a young nobleman, is arrested and sentenced to an immediate death for engaging in premarital sex with his fiance. Isabel (alternately played by Rizzy Alejandro and Reg de Vera), Claudio's sister and a virtuous nun, hesitantly pleads on her brother's behalf, only to be given an immodest proposal by the supposedly virtuous Angelo: her brother's life for her virginity.

Unknown to all, the Duke, disguised as a friar, has secretly been watching the events unfold. He conspires with Isabel and Mariana (alternately played by Nayie Caga-anan and Ysabel Yuzon), Angelo's long lost fiance. They trick Angelo into sleeping with Mariana instead of Isabel, but Angelo still orders Claudio beheaded the next day. The Duke must find another way to save Claudio's life. He secretly weaves the final plot leading to a dramatic revelation scene. With the entire city as the audience, the Duke unmasks himself and decides on the cases of the convicted Claudio and the duplicitous Angelo. Do the Duke's pronouncements make moral sense? Will the justice he bestows give everyone a happy ending?

Hakbang sa Hakbang opens on January 31, 2008 at the Fine Arts Exhibit Hall, 3rd Floor, Gonzaga Building, Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Quezon City. Show dates are on January 31, February 1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15 & 16, 2008 at 7:00 pm and February 2, 9 & 16, 2008 at 2:00 pm. This production is made possible by Intermatrix Document Solutions Inc., Clickthecity.com, Heaven and Eggs, Cocorama, Seafood Island and Cello's Doughnuts and Dips. For ticket inquiries and group bookings, please contact 09184733137 or 09188151218.

Cinema Australia @ UPFI Videotheque

CINEMA AUSTRALIA Free @ the Videotheque

UP Film Institute once more highlights all the best for the big screen from Australia with Cinema Australia 2008. Comprising the showcase are the first films of six of Australia ’s master directors, namely, Peter Weir, Fred Schepisi, George Miller, Rolf de Heer, Phillip Noyce, Bruce Beresford.

Screenings for free at the UP Film Institute Videotheque are as follows:

Jan 23 Wed

5 p.m. The Cars that Ate Paris (Peter Weir)
7 p.m. The Devil’s Playground (Fred Schepisi)

Jan 24 Thu

5 p.m. Mad Max (George Miller)
7 p.m. Tail of a Tiger (Rolf de Heer)

Jan 25 Fri

5 p.m. Backroads (Phillip Noyce)
7 p.m. The Adventures of Barry McKenzie (Bruce Beresford)

To always get screening alerts, join UP Film Institute e-group: upfilminstitute@ yahoogroups.com

Always watch UP Film Institute screenings and be kept informed of all UP Film Institute’s forthcoming attractions. Be especially alert of added screenings day by day. Unless indicated otherwise, screenings are held at the Cine Adarna’s 800-seat main cinema. Program is subject to change without prior notice.

Anne Marie G. De Guzman
Director
University of the Philippines Film Institute
agdeguzman@up.edu.ph

Libay Linsangan Cantor
Faculty Coordinator for Academic Programs and Research
libay.cantor@gmail.com

Maria Carolina Rodriguez Bello
Faculty Coordinator for Theater Services and Extension
bahaynicarol@gmail.com

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Irma Lacorte’s Rigodon Exhibit @ Art Informal


You are invited to the opening of Irma Lacorte’s RIGODON
at Art Informal 277 Connecticut St. Greenhills SJ
on January 17, 2008 Thursday 6 pm.

Calling All U.E. Fine Arts Practicing Artists!

Calling all U.E. Fine Arts practicing artists!

The March 6 Exhibit at the CCP will be held at the 3 levels of CCP Hallways. The total area for hanging is quite big. It is encouraged that you submit a "major piece" of art-work.

Maximum size is 5 x 5 ft. However if you choose to submit a small work the minimum size is 2 x 2 ft.

Tanghalang Ateneo takes Shakespeare to the Disco in Hakbang sa Hakbang!


Tanghalang Ateneo takes Shakespeare to the Disco in Hakbang sa Hakbang

Tanghalang Ateneo returns to Shakespeare with a novel rendition of Measure for Measure, a tragicomedy on desire, morality, and justice. Translated into Filipino as Hakbang sa Hakbang, the production marks the first time the play will be staged in Filipino. It will also showcase student talents who displayed their performance mettle in such previous productions like Middle Finger po and Litisang Bilog ng Caucasus . Ronan Capinding leads the artistic team as director and translator.

Tanghalang Ateneo's Hakbang sa Hakbang brings alive the disco-dancing era. Choreographer Ina Luna, Sound Designer Reamur David and Capinding fuse disco dancing moves and hip hop beats with Shakespearean language. The fusion not only contemporizes Shakespeare; it also creatively reveals the persona of the characters and the tone of each scene. The play is staged in the round thus giving audiences the experience of intimately witnessing the story unfold in their midst. One of Shakespeare's lesser-known works, Hakbang sa Hakbang is a true must-see as it has all the elements of a great untold story, as only Shakespeare can tell.

In the play, The laidback Duke Vincentio (alternately played by Dan Chua and Exzell Macomb) has appointed the austere Angelo (alternately played by Paolo Apagalang and Gelo Brilliantes) to temporarily take his place as ruler while he is on a diplomatic mission. The new ruler suddenly forces the freewheeling and disco-dancing citizenry into strict adherence to the law. To serve as a warning, Claudio (alternately played by Kenn Cayunda and Brian Sy), a young nobleman, is arrested and sentenced to an immediate death for impregnating his fiancee. Isabel (alternately played by Rizzy Alejandro and Reg de Vera), Claudio's sister and a virtuous nun, hesitantly pleads on her brother's behalf, only to be given a shocking proposition by the duplicitous Angelo: her brother's life for her virginity.

Unknown to all, the Duke, disguised as a friar, has secretly been watching the events unfold. He conspires with Isabel and Mariana (alternately played by Nayie Caga-anan and Ysabel Yuzon), Angelo's long lost fiancee. They trick Angelo into sleeping with Mariana instead of Isabel, but Angelo still orders Claudio beheaded the next day. The Duke must find another way to save Claudio's life. He secretly weaves the final plot leading to a dramatic revelation scene. With the entire city as the audience the Duke is unmasked to the shock of all. Will the justice the Duke bestows give everyone a happy ending?


Hakbang sa Hakbang opens on January 31, 2008 at the Fine Arts Exhibit Hall, 3rd Floor, Gonzaga Building, Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Quezon City. Show dates are on January 31, February 1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15 & 16, 2008 at 7:00 pm and February 2, 9 & 16, 2008 at 2:00 pm. For ticket inquiries and group bookings, please contact 09184733137 or 09188151218. www.tanghalangateneo.multiply. com

PETA presents Skin Deep

Robert Seña and Isay Alvarez , both recognized for their stellar
performance in Miss Saigon (original West End cast and Manila) are
Narciso and Isadora Dong-Can, a troubled married couple. May Bayot de
Castro (Tanghalang Pilipino's Himala The Musical) is Amor de Sangre,
the reigning Miss Artificial Beauty. Bituin Escalante, pop R&B singer
par excellance, is Marikit Evangelista, the obese call-center agent
who yearns to loose the unwanted fat in order to look sexier.

Get to meet them, along with more of today's most admired theater
performers in Vincent A. de Jesus' Skin-Deep, a 3rd offering of the
Philippine Educational Theater Association for its 40th Theater Season.

Dr. Beau Batoctol (essayed by Melvin Lee, with Rem Zamora as
alternate) welcomes 7 lucky interesting individuals who won a chance
to stay at Skin-Deep Beauty Sanctuary for a month and avail of all the
beauty treatments, procedures and surgeries it has to offer –
ABSOLUTELY FOR FREE - as the resort-spa's grand opening treat. Each
"patient" go through different miracle procedures hoping to become
more aesthetically acceptable to the cruel world outside.

Other featured performers in Skin-Deep are Phil Noble, Al Gatmaitan,
Erik Bisa, Red Anderson, Glecy Atienza, Gail Billones, Mary Ann
Espinosa, Diana Malahay, Onyl Torres, Joseph Grantusa, Delphine
Buencamino, Neomi Tabanao-Gonzales, Joan Bugcat, Eric dela Cruz and
Giu Comia. Nor Domingo directs, with music by Lucien Letaba, arranged
by Melvin Corpin, set design by Leo Abaya, costume design by Kalila
Aguilos, choreography by Christine Crame-Santillan, and lighting
design by Jonjon Villareal.

Skin-Deep goes onstage at the PETA-Phinma Theater beginning February
1, 2008 and will run on all Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays until March
9, 2008. For inquiries and ticket reservations, please contact the
PETA Marketing and Public Relations Office at 725.6244, 410.0821,
mobile numbers 0917-8154567, 0918-9354166 or through email
mpr@petatheater. com or petampro@yahoo. com. Please note that schedules
may change without prior notice.

For further PR reference: Jette S. Gonzales (0917-5394707)

Pang National Artist Ka Ba Exhibit @ CCP Main Gallery

“Pang National Artist Ka Ba???”

An exploration of the multiple intelligences. Ano ba talaga ang multiple intelligences? Meron ka ba nyan?

January 19, 2008, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm - CCP MAIN GALLERY

A PROJECT OF PHILIPPINE ART EDUCATORS ASSOCIATION (PAEA)

For more info: Visit: www.paea.com.ph, Email to: mypaea@yahoogroups. com Or Call: 0918-9424367

BENCAB BIENVENIDO L. LUMBERA VIRGILIO S. ALMARIO

ALEGRIA O. FERRER HENRY S. TENEDERO BRENDA V. FAJARDO

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