CCP celebrates Earth Day with storytelling, fun run, etc., on April 21

The CCP will hold its annual “EARTH DAY CELEBRATION” on April 21, 2013 and will focus on the theme “SAVE THE BAY, SAVE OUR CITIES”. Since the year 2006, the CCP has been actively promoting the concept of arts and culture for life not only through its artistic programs but also by initiating creative activities […]


2013 San Agustin Writers Workshop Fellows announced

Congratulations to the 11th SAN AGUSTIN WRITERS WORKSHOP FELLOWS! FRAIRE ACUPAN (Poetry) KATE JUSTINE CABLAS (Short Story) MICHAEL ANGELOU E. CENTINO (Poetry) MAE SHEILOU CONSERVA (Poetry) STEPHANIE G. DELA CRUZ (Short Story) JOSEPH FRANCIS C. JAMORA (Poetry) ALFREDO MAPUTOL (Poetry) MERYL PANUNCIO (Short Story) NIKOS H. PRIMAVERA (Short Story) KARLA QUIMSING (Poetry) The fellows were […]


NBDB celebrates World Book and Copyright Day

On 23 April, the National Book Development Board spearheads the country’s celebration of World Book and Copyright Day, a day that celebrates authors, literature, and a call to respect copyright. We’ll have a motorcade around Ortigas Center from 4:00 to 5:00 PM, then a variety show at the Events Center of SM Mega Mall Building […]


How to Get Published in Newspapers and Magazines workshop to be hosted by FWGP

FWGP invites you to participate in their latest workshop: How to Get Published in Newspapers and Magazines, facilitated by mother-and-son team Susan Claire Agbayani and Gideon Isidro. Would you like to add “writer” to your designation? Do you believe you have what it takes to be a writer but don’t know how to have your work published? Learn […]


How to Write Like a Pro: Workshops with professional writers

Being able to speak English is one thing; communicating effectively and writing coherent correspondences and text is another. The former might get you noticed, but mastering the latter will automatically increase your value in the workplace, and ensure you’re never out of a job. Two professional writers and veteran journalists take on the challenge of teaching and […]


Open auditions para sa Ang Mandaragit, kasado na

Para sa 35th season ng Tanghalang Ateneo, itatanghal nito ang ANG MANDARAGIT: ISANG ORESTAYA. Ito ay hango sa Oresteia ni Aeschylus sa panulat ni Jay Crisostomo IV, pangkalahatang disenyo ng produksiyon ni Gino Gonzales, disenyo ng tunog at musika is Teresa Barrozo, at direksiyon nina Ricardo Abad at Myra Beltran. Itatanghal sa Ateneo Loyola Schools […]


Off the Ground: An Afternoon of Music, Poetry, and Visual Arts: High Chair launches three new books on April 27

On 27 April from 4-6 pm, spend an afternoon of classical music, contemporary art, and literature at the Lopez Museum and Library in Off the Ground: An Afternoon of Music, Poetry, and Visual Arts. Organized in partnership with High Chair to celebrate the birth month of National Artist for Music/Literature Levi Celerio, “Off the Ground” will […]


Repertory Philippines presents ‘The Graduate’

One of the most powerful stories of sexual awakening and coming of age to ever be told, The Graduate was made into a Hollywood film starring Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft. The song from that movie—“Mrs Robinson”, popularized by Simon & Garfunkel–became a chart-topping pop hit when it was released in 1968. This April, Repertory […]


Call for submissions to Gaze anthology

Gaze invites you to Come Out. We’re inviting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, queer (LGBTQ) young adults, 18 to 25 years old, to tell us how you faced and embraced your unique sexuality. Tell your story in a work of creative non-fiction with at most 1,000 words or in a black and white comic at most […]


Sa Wakas opens at PETA Theater Center

Catch the opening weekend of SA WAKAS and get the chance to win a VIP Pass: Backstage passes for two, Sa Wakas T-Shirt, Signed Sugarfree CD and souvenir program! Sa Wakas is a new Pinoy rock musical that weaves together the songs of one of the country’s most beloved alternative bands, Sugarfree. Co-written by Andrei […]