The Sunday Times Magazine

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Party List organization Anak Mindanao (AMIN), composed of the marginalized sectors of the three peoples of Mindanao – the Moro, Lumad and Christians settlers – has spearheaded a celebration of Muslim history and culture through a traveling exhibition. Launched at SM Aura Premier, “The Muslims of the Philippines: History and…

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GMA Network is truly showing much love for Mindanao, for besides producing a news program especially for the region, via “One Mindanao,” the network has turned a 24-year-old single mother from Cagayan de Oro City into a millionaire. Lex May Jane Llagas won Radio GMA’s nationwide proof-of-purchase promo, “Pera Sorpresa.”…

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How many of us truly know what we want from the moment we are young? As children, we think of the many possibilities we can become before we find our life’s one truly calling. For others, the calling might be several different ones through the course of a lifetime, such…

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Filipino Heritage Festival, Inc. in partnership with SM held an exhibit of Philippine traditional musical instruments at the Block at SM City North Edsa featuring implements from the collection of National Artists for Music Lucrecia Kasilag and Ramon Santos. People had the rare opportunity to view up close instruments that…

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Celebrities set to grace day-long event Teachers from across the nation will converge for the 10th year today at Mall of Asia Arena as PLDT’s Gabay Guro Foundation mounts its yearly tribute for professionals of this very important vocation in society. A day-long event filled with games, raffle prizes and…

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Budding artists find a new platform to showcase work Students who have a passion for visual arts found new avenues to showcase their masterpieces through the second edition of “Art for Everyone” a unique exhibition simultaneously held in nine super malls nationwide. Held at SM’s Megamall, Aura Premier, Mall of…

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The 14th solo exhibition of visual artist and illustrator, Jill Arwen Posadas is now on view at ArtistSpace. In “Revellers,” Posadas features a second series of depictions of Philippine festivals, enhanced with festival customs and portraits of individual festival participants. “I wanted to focus particularly on individuals at the festivals…

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Mario de Rivera opens his exhibition “Map of my Heart” at the Mezzanine of Makati Shangri-la, Manila. Organized by Hiraya Gallery, De Rivera transports his audience once again to a nether region of the imagination, into a geography of memory and emotions. Eminent critic Alice Guillermo wrote, “De Rivera’s sumptuous…

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AFTER several decades of producing performances for the general public, the Ramon Obusan Folkloric Foundation (ROFF), Inc., through its performing arm the Ramon Obusan Folkloric Group (ROFG), has decided to redirect its efforts to utilize unrecognized strength of the company—its untapped cultural materials. In partnership with the CCP Arts Education,…

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The rich culture, heritage and artistry of Mindanao and Palawan will be put on the spotlight as the Philippines hosts the first-ever Budayaw: The BIMP-EAGA Festival of Culture and the Arts, from September 20 to 24 in General Santos City. A collaboration among different agencies and institutions including the National…

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