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Part TED talk and part improv performance, the play features heavy interaction with the audience.
 
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The country's largest art fair was canceled just a little over a week before its scheduled opening.
 
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On its 9th year, the festival bids a bittersweet farewell to the mountain that gave it its name.
 
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This look into the lives of Hong Kong’s domestic workers is informed by Xyza Cruz Bacani’s own experiences as a second-generation migrant domestic worker.
 
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The musical reminds us to take some time off and indulge in something good for a change.
 
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Awit at Laro is a music album and songbook that celebrates the spirit of play.
 
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Isa Lorenzo and Rachel Rillo curate a pair of exhibits that directly challenges preconceptions of painting and photography.
 
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Nineteen years ago, they met for the first time behind the scenes of a musical production.
 
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"It appears we just got Banksy-ed," Alex Branczik, Senior Director and Head of Contemporary Art, Sotheby’s Europe London.
 
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The exhibit spurs discussions on the creation of contemporary art in the Philippines from an outsider’s point of view.
 
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The production is actress Cris Villonco’s directorial debut, putting her in the ranks of the country’s sorely small population of female directors.
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