Double Dead: Merging Self and Nature

Double Dead is a two-person exhibition of a painter and a sculptor, one inspired by imagination and the other is driven by material. Noel Elicana is a product of art contests,...

Antiqueño Artists Embark on New Artistic Concepts through “Palhit Kag Tabas”

In honor of National Arts Month, the Province of Antique is hosting an event called "Love Art Antique" with the theme "Ani ng Sining...

Archival Histories and Futures in “NAÚG: Patadyóng as Art Form and Function”, Curated by Martin Genodepa

I have two vivid childhood memories about patadyóngs. When I was in grade school I needed a patadyóng for a cultural performance. I’m no...

A Room of Her Own

March 2 - 20, 2024 Participating Artists:Adeline, Aeriel Abiera, Althea Villanueva, Anza Palma, Angelie dela Torre, Bea Gison, Christine Octoso, Dannah Lasanas, Dea Mikhaela Bañas, Deya Java, Eva Catedral, Gwenevere Gonzalez, Gina Apostol, Hannah Marie Celso, Jam Lebrilla, Juliana Pudadera, Kate...

Visualizing Happiness in Roland Llarena Exhibition at Puluy-An Art Gallery

In his sixth exhibition, “Happiness”, Roland Llarena invites viewers to explore light and darkness through the language of the colors black and yellow. Llarena draws inspiration from his personal and communal experiences, channeling them into a visual language he hopes the...

Antiqueño Artists Embark on New Artistic Concepts through “Palhit Kag Tabas”

In honor of National Arts Month, the Province of Antique is hosting an event called "Love Art Antique" with the theme "Ani ng Sining Bayang Malikhain". One of the highlights of the event is "Palhit Kag Tabas", an art exhibit that...

Ilongga Fine Arts Student Bags First Prize in Shell’s National Students Art Competition

Judhea Java, a third-year student at the University of the Philippines (UP) Cebu, has emerged as the first-prize winner in the Oil/Acrylic Category of the 56th Shell National Students Art Competition. Java’s winning piece, titled “Weaving the Narrative,” is a powerful...

Archival Histories and Futures in “NAÚG: Patadyóng as Art Form and Function”, Curated by Martin Genodepa

I have two vivid childhood memories about patadyóngs. When I was in grade school I needed a patadyóng for a cultural performance. I’m no longer sure if it was a folk dance or a voice choir. I needed an ‘ethnic’ costume,...

Have Words, Will Xerox: A Brief History of Ilonggo Zines

Editor's Note: The full version of this article was first published on Project Iloilo in March 2016. First Wave: Rebel LitA zine is a shortened term for “fanzine”. It’s a medium widely attributed to punk rock, so you could definitely see...