Recommended Videos

more articles about: art

 
x
Share
He’s currently helping our frontliners.
Pio is a 9-year-old kid who loves to paint. Thanks to his fascination with galaxies and a dream to become an astronaut, he started to paint the galaxy at the age of three using his mother’s makeup palettes and brushes. At the age of four, he ...
 
x
Share
But non-essential travel from Metro Manila to the province is still prohibited.
Most art hubs—like theaters and museums—in Metro Manila and nearby areas have been closed since community quarantine started in March. This forced most of them to come up with the most innovative ways to bring art to our laptop screens by staging ...
 
x
Share
Thanks to Youtube.
20-year-old accounting student Kahrem Melchor supports himself through his artworks that he makes without any formal training. Thanks to Youtube, he learned to create miniature paintings. As a fan of the famous painter Vincent Van Gogh, Kahrem usually recreates Van Gogh’s paintings ...
Jeffree Star In Watercolor Aug 27, 2020
"Together" Jul 1, 2020
 
x
Share
Nakaka-miss!
At this point, we’re about a month and a half into quarantine. One can’t help but reminisce about the old days when we would rush through the hallways of school just to get to our next class. O ‘di kaya tumambay sa ...
 
x
Share
Make the most out of your time in self-quarantine!
The community quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the Philippines to come to a standstill. As we stay home for the sake of flattening the curve and helping out medical frontliners, it might be the best time to actually learn ...
 
x
Share
From digital art to photography to mixed media, Filipino artists show that creativity is never lost in our people.
Last month, a horde of Filipino artists from different parts of the country and even the world shared their art using the #artPH tag. There was a variety of medium used for the art, like leaves and ink and food and cloth. ...
 
x
Share
Check out the beauty of our traditional dresses!
The Disney princesses (including queens and honorary royalty a.k.a. Mulan) come from all over the world: the Middle East (Jasmine from Aladdin), Scotland (Merida from Brave), and Arendelle, the fictional country of Elsa and Ana from Frozen. We have yet to have ...
 
x
Share
Bookmark this for your future projects
Ready to make wall art for your room or postcards to send out to friends? We played around with watercolor, bleach, and salt to achieve these one-of-a-kind prints. We promise you'll get a new masterpiece each time!Take your watercolor skills to the ...
 
x
Share
We're surrounded by art every day, but how much of it do we notice?
Art is present in so many of the places we go to and the things we do. We might scroll past most Instagram posts that we see, without thinking how each photo or video has several elements in it that make it ...
 
x
Share
'Art and Autism' is currently on view until July 29.
In "Art and Autism," currently on view at the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde, the creativity and talent of artists with autism are brought to the fore. Curated by architect Gerry Torres of Center for Campus Art, the exhibit also showcases ...
 
x
1384 Shares
It's empowering, tbh.
There's a new sculpture in UP Diliman and it's one worth seeing, Iskolar ng Bayan or not. The state university's newest work of art is yet to be formally unveiled, but it's already installed at the Villamor Hall or UP Theater. We were ...
 
x
455 Shares
From being expected to make art for various occasions to spending your allowance buying art materials.
Sure, you have an arts subject and other classes that require creativity for some of the projects. There might even be a handful of paintings displayed near the principal's office. But when it comes to art-related competitions, the funding isn't as much as ...
LOAD MORE ARTICLES
Loading Comments
Hide comments
your REACTION
Pick a sticker to view stories by reaction!
/////////////////////////////
CONNECT WITH US