Definitely!

And do you know that it’s National Arts Month this February?

Arts hub/my workplace from Tuesday to Friday. Fitness hub during weekends.

So, let me invite you to some of our activities this whole Arts Month:

Wednes-Date with Orlina: Filipiniana Sunsets

Filipiniana Sunsets started late last year, and has gained viewership through the people who pass by the CCP Ramp for an evening jog. Sad, but this wonderful one-hour showcase of everything Filipino — from dance to music — should gain more viewership!

I really suggest those schools who are planning to do their educational trips to watch this FREE show. Yes, you’ve read it right, it’s FREE! Show starts at 6PM.

With Mamma Mia now playing at the Main Theater, Filipiniana Sunsets is now at the Liwasang Aseana across the Tanghalang Pambansa, set on a backdrop of a beautiful sculpture of Ramon Orlina. Oh, what a lovely way to end a midweek evening!

PASINAYA 2012: The CCP Open House

This is an annual activity of the CCP where you could use your five senses in experiencing art. See, hear, touch, smell, and taste art in all possible venues at the CCP!

For a small donation of twenty pesos, this one-day treat is so worth it. You can even volunteer to help facilitating the shows and workshops, as there will be so many groups performing.

This year’s highlight is the Dinagyang Festival of Iloilo, and it’s the first time CCP is doing a regional theme.

Bring your whole family, invite your friends, classmates, and workmates, even strangers to experience art. And maybe, just maybe, we can all inject a little ka-arte-han to everyone.

There are lots more and I shall update you soon.

So, shall I see you here?

~ Touringkitty

3 Comments on Ma-ART-e ka ba?

  1. Hi Em! Sa Peyups ko lang naeenjoy ang National Arts Month.Hehe. Thanks to your post, baka sakaling makadaan kami sa mga activities. Ok na kayang ijoin si Rio sa mga nakaline-up na activities? Anong marerecommend mong puntahan namin? Thanks and happy arts and love month too!

    • Aria enjoys Filipiniana Sunsets! They feature Filipiniana dance this month. Next month I think will be music — choral groups, instrumentalists.

      Pasinaya will be a good place to start exposing your kid to the arts. There’s storytelling, an instrument petting zoo where you can touch and play the instruments, and a whole lot more! Will give out schedules once we finalize it. Enjoy!

  2. I just visited CCP’s website. We’ll try to save one Wednesday this month for Filipiniana sunsets. Hope to see you there. Pasinaya 2012 will be on the 26th, love to be there too. Thanks for sharing this Em!

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