All posts tagged: Cultural Center of the Philippines

CCP Encyclopedia of Philippine Art Lands on Batangueño Bookshelves

THE most comprehensive and authoritative reference on Philippine art and culture makes its way to Batangueño bookshelves as it is launched at the historic Acosta-Pastor Ancestral House in Batangas City on October 17, 2019. The Second Edition of the CCP Encyclopedia of Philippine Art (CCP EPA) contains some of the most insightful texts about the artistry of our nation. Elmer Gatchalian, Creative Director of the CCP EPA talked of the many artistic and cultural highlights of the Tagalog province featured in the CCP EPA.

Sinag: Festival of Radiance at CCP

SPECTATORS flocked to the front lawn of the Cultural Center of the Philippines recently to witness the launching of the evening light and sound spectacle billed as Sinag: Festival of Radiance. The 10-minute sound and light show, which combined traditional arts and modern technology, showed the iconic building becoming a colorful canvas with beautiful lanterns created by the Kapampangan craftsmen from the renowned family of lanternmakers, led by 5th generation artisan, Arvin Quiwa.

Seven Best Asian Films at the Cinemalaya’s Visions of Asia

THE 15th edition of the Cinemalaya Film Festival presents a kaleidoscope of cinema from the Asian region through Visions of Asia, a major component of the country’s largest independent film festival. Four award-winning NETPAC films and three Asian indie films will convey Asian sensibilities to film enthusiasts, which will be screened on August 3 to 10, at various CCP venues.