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The entire Luzon has been placed under “enhanced community quarantine” in a bid to keep the COVID-19 virus from claiming more patients in the country. In light of this measure, most of us, if we're lucky enough, have taken to an enforced
Including artworks by Fernando Amorsolo.
Stories of evacuees being saved from the Taal Volcano's recent eruption have filled the news. Aside from our fellow Filipinos, however, another thing in danger is Taal City's many historical artifacts. From jewelry to paintings and other artworks, the city is rich
Time to visit a museum again!
Recently, the House of Representatives passed a resolution honoring 80-year-old neurologist and prominent art enthusisast Dr. Joven Cuanang for his contributions not only in the medical science but also for the art world. Cuanang is known for his love of the arts,
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What colors come to mind when you think of Christmas? Red. Green. Maybe white or gold.Well, The Dessert Museum is all decked out in pink, putting an unexpected twist to the holidays, and honestly, we're so into it. Feast your eyes on
Paskong Pinoy Village is now open!
It's no secret that the Philippines goes all out when it comes to celebrating Christmas. Christmas carols blare from our speakers as early as September 1, bazaars for Christmas shopping are in every corner, and our weekends become fully booked with parties
Because it's Museums and Galleries Month!
The Philippines is observing Museums and Galleries Month, which aims to arouse national consciousness on Filipino culture and heritage. According to the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, museums and galleries, whether they're small or unique, are vital to enhancing national consciousness
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The sweetest museum in the metro is taking it up a notch with not just one, not even two, but four more rooms! The Desssert Museum, famous on Instagram for its vibrant aesthetic installations, has stepped things up to bless you with
Are museums now just Instagram traps?
Gone are the days when most people would visit museums and simply sit in silence while basking in the glory of an artwork, maybe attempt to analyze it as best as they can, or try to decipher the meaning behind it. Then
Say hello to 520 computers + 470 projectors.
The "ultra-technologists" of teamLab is opening a museum in Japan that's guaranteed to level up your Instagram feed. Thanks to the Mori Group, Epson, as well as 520 computers and 470 projectors, the Mori Building Digital Art Museum in Tokyo is all
Time for a field trip!
Yuchengco Museum will celebrate International Museum Day on Friday, May 18, by offering free admission to all its exhibitions and galleries!IMAGE Yuchengco MuseumEvery year since 1977, the International Council of Museums (ICOM) has organized International Museum Day every May 18th to highlight
One man built a museum to honor his cat.
These days, there's a museum dedicated to just about anything (or anyone) these days. Here are eight strangely specific museums around the world:A post shared by ???? ??? (@chanchi_hello) on Apr 2, 2018 at 1:00am PDTThe Japanese are sticklers for their craft.
It's another good reason to fly to Visayas!
Dubbed the Queen Regent's City in the South, Iloilo City in Western Visayas offers an interesting blend of the old and new, its traditional structures going hand in hand with the comforts of a bustling capital. This is especially true in the
Time for a field trip!
Want a new perspective on life? If you're willing to take things literally, visit the Upside Down Museum in the CCP Complex along Roxas Boulevard this weekend!Inspired by its counterparts in Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, and the USA, Manila's very own Upside Down
Why wear your broken heart on your sleeve when you can put it up on display?
Just came out of a rocky relationship? Get back at that mother chucker by donating your broken heart to Los Angeles’ soon-to-open Museum of Broken Relationships.Mirroring the same concept of the Museum of Broken Relationships in Zagrab, Croatia, the museum will collect
It’s cool to be cultured.
For every trip out of the country, one must always consider including three things in the itinerary: the best dining places, the must-see tourist spots, and of course, the shopping destinations. BUT, if you truly want to maximize your stay, we suggest
If this doesn't inspire you to get your Schengen Visa, we don't know what will.
Paris was just one of more than 15 stops on shoe designer Kermit Tesoro's Euro trip.Oh to walk in Kermit Tesoro's shoes.When he’s not making his darkly fantastic footwear, he keeps busy doing crossfit, tending to Venus flytraps, or reading up on