Written by: Grace Richel Tijam Christmas is just around the corner and the season of giving is upon us. There is no better way to end the year than by giving back to your community. In collaboration with Caritas Manila, Caritas Manila Scholars Association (CAMASA) is making sure you can share your blessings through their […]
‘Nasa sining ang pag-asa’: A rundown of Filipino artists who continue to inspire us amid tough times
It recognizes art as a source of expression and solace as we navigate the bleakness of our current reality and hope for a brighter future.
If this won’t give you a whiplash from your swift throwback to your 2000s emo phase, then IDK what will. Everyone who listened to popular emo-pop bands must feel like they’re in a fever dream after the ‘When We Were Young’ festival announced the festival’s official lineup on January 19, 2022. 🖤When We Were Young […]
An Italian artist was able to sell his invisible “immaterial” sculpture – which technically does not exist (in this plane at least) – for thousands of euros. Salvatore Garau, 67, challenged the boundaries of contemporary art even further after cashing in ¢15,000 (around $18,000 or P875,000) for his work titled “Io sono” (I am) at […]
With the country’s celebration of National Arts Month underway, Filipino artists from all over the world have been commemorating this special month of February in their own ways. Whether through personal, professional or academic projects, they have been using all forms of art to recognize Filipino art and heritage. For Mark Cañega, a 26-year-old artist […]
Documenting the oral history of an extraordinary time, artists give voice to their pandemic experience
The Smithsonian Institution’s Archives of American Art carried out digital interviews with 85 artists as part of its “Pandemic Oral History Project.”
Researchers from the University Medical Center Groningen, Netherlands, claim that Vincent van Gogh suffered from severe borderline personality disorder.
Squinting in concentration, Vietnamese artist Nguyen Thi Ha An drops a bright red chili onto a bowl of pho noodles barely bigger than a coin — the finishing touch to a miniature clay model that has eaten up days of her time. An — a 28-year-old architecture graduate — began crafting food miniatures a year […]