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LIST OF ACTIVITIES

TALKS/LECTURE SERIES (ARTS ONLINE)

 

 

MARCH 9 – ANG ATING ORKESTRA(Olivier Ochanine on Conducting)

Audiences often ask about the role of conductor, since he is the only person on stage thatdoesn’t make a sound. PPO’s conductor Olivier Ochanine explains the role of the conductor in the orchestra – studying, exploring and analyzing the music, seeking to understand the composer’s vision.

Speaker: Olivier Ochanine, conductor (Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra)

JULY 13 – Rite of Passage / UnangTikimsaSining (Virgin Labfest)

Rody Vera is everywhere and there’s no way you can miss him. He shares his beginnings as playwright, actor, singer, and screenwriter. He also shares the early stages of Virgin Labfest, now on its 12th year.

Speaker: Rody Vera, Artistic Director (Writer’s Bloc)

JULY 27 – ARABESQUE / BALLET SHOES (PBT / BP) Lecture-Demo

What is ballet?

Ronilo/Rubylee discusses ballet as a dance form and how it influences the Philippine dance form.

Speaker: RoniloJaynario, Artistic Director (PBT) /Rubylee Gomez, BP Dance School (BP)

AUGUST 10 – MAKUHA KA SA TINGIN (CINEMALAYA)

Through the Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival at the CCP, the world is watching over the creative outputs of our young and independent filmmakers. This talk will uncover audiences’ infinite choices of film entertainment and artistically excellent films.

Speaker:  Joey Reyes/Rommel Tolentino/AntonetteJadaone

AUGUST 24 – Wifi Bodies

Myra talks about the role of contemporary dance artists and the collaborations with other art disciplines.

Speaker: Myra Beltran, Artistic Director (Contemporary Dance Network Manila)

SEPTEMBER 14 – ARTISTA NG BAYAN (National Artists of the Philippines)

Students and teachers interact with our National Artist for Music Ramon Santos.

Speaker: Ramon Santos, National Artist for Music

SEPTEMBER 28 – LLOYD SUH / RALPH PENA (WONG KIDS AND THE SPACE CHUPACABRA GO)

Or CCP In Design (Graphic Design)

Lloyd / Ralph shares Mayi-Theater’s new children’s play about a brother-sister tandem who use their superpowers to fight monsters.

An artist’s talk of graphic materials from the CCP Archives designed for various exhibitions and performances since 1969.

Speaker: LLOYD SUH / RALPH PENA, playwright/director (MAYI-THEATER)

Speaker: IGUE RAMOS

OCTOBER 12 – PAANO ITURO ANG SINING (National Teacher’s Month Celebration)

Speaker: VIM NADERA, School Director (PHSA)

OCTOBER 26 – CHILDREN’S PLAY

This talk will discover the artistic inclination of the child through creative expression, story-telling and puppetry.

Speaker: Dr. Luis Gatmaitan

NOVEMBER 9 – NATIONAL THEATER FESTIVAL

Theater scholars, academicians and practitioners will discuss and analyze the theater environment.

Speaker: Fernando Josef, Artistic Director, Tanghalang Pilipino, Inc.

NOVEMBER 23 – NAMCYA/CCP BALLET COMPETITION

This talk will focus on artistic excellence. Creating, presenting, producing excellent and engaging artistic and cultural experience of the country and the world.

Speaker: Chris Millado, Artistic Director, Cultural Center of the Philippines

 

EXHIBITIONS

BULWAGANG JUAN LUNA (MAIN GALLERY) EXHIBITIONS

Transnational Narrations: Paperworks, February 24 to April 17

Works on paper or executed directly onto the wall tend to stress the skill and presence of the artist’s hand. Their scale is intimate and subtle. In a very real sense they bring us close to the creative act as a direct transmission from brain to hand: a highly individual music. This show centres on that process and on an animated version where drawing is of major importance in the work of the video artists. The participating artists come from Latin America, Europe, Asia, and the United States, and work in different mediums such as dry point, lithograph, woodcut, pen and ink, watercolour, gouache; silkscreen; mixed media.

Transnational Narrations: Paperworks was curated by the late British art critic and curator Kevin Power and MónicaCarballas, Spanish curator, former deputy director and exhibition coordinator of the Museo Reina Sofía, Madrid, Spain. The travelling exhibition’s Philippine run will be curated by Monica Carballas and will feature the works of Ignacio Alcántara (Dominican Republic); Francisco de Assis Almeida (Brasil); Javier Arce (Spain); José Bedia (Cuba); ChemaCobo (Spain); Abraham Cruzvillegas (Mexico); Marcel Dzama (Canada); Curro González (Spain); Mondongo (Argentine); Lauren Kelley (U.S.A.); Abraham Lacalle (Spain); Robert Langenegger (Philippines); Miki Leal (Spain); Manuel Ocampo (Philippines); Carlos Ricafort (Philippines); Carlos Rivera (Puerto Rico); LazaroSaavedra (Cuba); Laurie Steelink (U.S.A.); Taller Popular de Serigrafia (Argentine); David Griggs (Australia).

Antonio Austria Retrospective, May 4 to July 10

Antonio Austria was born in Shanghai, China in 1936. The Filipino artist received his Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Painting, from the University of Sto. Tomas in 1956, where he taught for over twenty years. Austria’s works portray urban subjects such as jeepneys, sari-sari stores, carinderias, street vendors, families and religious practices. Known for his distinct style, the artist says that his forms, proportions, and colors are inspired by local folk arts and craft, religious icons, and ethnic motifs. He was among the first batch of 13 Artists in 1970.

CCP In Design, September to November

An exhibition of graphic materials from the CCP Archives designed for various exhibitions and performances since 1969.

DaniloDalena Retrospective, December to February 2017

DaniloDalena was born in 1942 in Pakil, Laguna. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in the University of Sto.Tomas and was invited to join the second batch of the CCP’s 13 Artists in 1972. Since his first solo exhibit in Joy Dayrit’s Print Gallery in 1969, Dalena has had numerous solo and group exhibitions in the Philippines and abroad. He is known for creating paintings, sculptures and installations that express the unnoticed or hidden areas of society, including his Jai Alai and Alibangbang series of paintings.

Twenty-six years after his 20-year retrospective in the CCP in 1990, the public will be able to view the artist’s works in the Bulwagang Juan Luna (Main Gallery). This 2016 retrospective will include a recreation of one of his solo exhibitions from the 70s in the CCP’s Bulwagang Fernando Amorsolo (Small Gallery)

FILM SCREENINGS

February 18                    Sa Saliwng Musika’t Sayaw

1pm              AngSayawngDalawangKaliwangPaa (2011) by Alvin Yapan

4pm              TuladngDati (2006) by Michael “Mike” Sandejas

 

March 10                          Pelikula, Paano Ka Ginawa?

1pm             AngBabaeSa Septic Tank (2011) by Marlon Rivera

4pm             KameraObscura (2012) by Raymond Red

 

March 31                          Of Life and Beyond

1pm             ICU Bed#7 (2005) Rica Arevalo

4pm             100 (2008) by Chris Martinez

 

Aril 14         ByaheTayo!

1pm              Colorum (2009) by Jobin Ballesteros

4pm              Transit (2013) by Hannah Espia

 

April 28      SagipinInangKalikasan!

1pm              Brutus (2008) by Tara Illenberger

4pm              Batad:SaPaangPalay (2006) by Benji Garcia

 

August 4-14 12thCinemalaya Film Festival and Competition

 

SCHEDULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. PLEASE REFER TO ARTS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FACEBOOK PAGE AND WEBSITE FOR OTHER ACTIVITY SCHEDULES.

 

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