To all literary enthusiasts, see you on August 13 (Thursday), 10:00AM-12:00NN at PGN Caseroom 310 Holy Angel University, Angeles City. […]
WHO: Artistically gifted and talented children (incoming Grade 7) all over the Philippines; not more than 14 years old; willing […]
The Annual Nationwide Search for Arts Scholars will commence on September 2014. Inviting all graduating grade 6 students with talents […]

1. libre ito.
2. bukas din para sa mga hindi taga-PUP
3. may pre-registration para sa mga interested participants.
4. priority natin tanggapin sa seminar ang mga magre-register na may kasalukuyang ginagawang research (magpakita ng sample work o research proposal)

Tumatanggap na ang UP Department of Filipino ng aplikasyon para sa SERTIPIKO NG MALIKHAING PAGSULAT SA FILIPINO (SMPF)  para sa Akademikong Taon […]

Is Creative Writing a good take for an undergraduate degree? What about as a high school "major"? Three real-life students from the Philippine High School for the Arts answer.


By Aika Riguera

Faced with this question, a creative writing major at a prestigious arts school might feel an uncomfortable twinge in her chest. After all, one would like to think that the late nights spent wading through seas of critical analyses and assigned stories are all endured in pursuit of some kind of sparkling, grandiose purpose: sadly, this is not always the case.

The reality is many writers who have achieved blockbuster success for their works did not need to pick up more than one critical essay or even write a graded short story, during their high school years. J. K. Rowling of Harry Potter began to write by the time she had become a mother, and Stephenie Meyer had a full-fledged family by the time she sat down and began to type out the first two pages of the Twilight Saga. On the other hand, how many PHSA creative writing graduates have made so much as the national bestseller list? Next to none.

Get the chance to study at the Philippine High School for the Arts. Study Music, Creative Writing, Dance, Visual Arts, […]
If you are a young adult (12 to 18 years old) with a knack for writing and storytelling, join the […]