Singer-composer Freddie Aguilar is a known supporter of President Rodrigo Duterte
The Mexican artist's family says Mattel did not have proper authorization to use the image of Kahlo for the doll
Rodel Tapaya's 'Urban Labyrinth' is all kinds of beautiful and disturbing
The artist's works are on exhibit at the Ayala Museum
‘The Sandman' writer Neil Gaiman will oversee the project
With so much to see, you wouldn't want to miss these artists' works
Rappler sits down with Lea Salonga in NYC, where she's starring as Erzulie in 'Once on This Island' on Broadway
From thought-provoking exhibits, to Richard Gomez's strange painting, here's what the Art Fair has in store for viewers
There will also be a road show going to Baguio, Dumagete, Iloilo, and Cebu
The actress also talks about doing her 'hugot' lines on TV
Also up for sale are important artworks by Jose Joya, Anita Magsaysay-Ho, and Ang Kiukok
The singer talks about his sexuality and the sexual harassment that he kept a secret for a long time
Rappler speaks to Jeffrey Consumo – former President Cory Aquino's art teacher from 1996 to 1998
Singapore Art Week 2018 connects ideas from different regions, giving visitors a multi-faceted look at Southeast Asian art
National Artist Napoleon Abueva is laid to rest at the Libingan ng mga Bayani
'Himala: Isang Musikal' is a painful yet beautiful reminder of how seriously damaged and corrupted our world is
The Estancia bridgeway is about to come alive with art
The small space at Warehouse Eight is bursting with books, ideas, and good intentions
Every Chinese New Year, a makeshift dragon makes its way through Ongpin Street
The National Artist for Visual Arts (Sculpture) created some of the most famous statues and landmarks we see every day
Two million books, at up to 80 percent off – welcome to the biggest book sale in the world
The 'Night Mother' actress talks about theater, her love life, and what she thinks of when she heard the word, 'hope'
To cap its 48th season, Ballet Philippines presents the classic 'Don Quixote'
Perfect places just a few hours from Metro Manila to visit this month of arts and hearts
Heads up, Haruki Murakami fans! These Murakami-themed events are happening in Manila. You can also watch 'Norwegian Wood' as part of the festival!
The 'Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay' exhibit showcases some of the best Impressionist masterpieces in the world
These latest additions stand in stark contrast to the more buttoned-down approach of traditional presidential portraiture
Works by Southeast Asian artists Juan Luna and Raden Saleh are on exhibit at the National Gallery Singapore
The Rappler Challenge continues – this time with colored film
The Big Bad Wolf book sale is heading to Manila and will be up all day and night from February 16 to 25
Jeremy Domingo, Issa Litton, and Noel Rayos talk about Paris, the play, and each other
The Oakland-based ACPA has been lending the gangsa to Filipino dance troupes in the area
The rising actor talks about how Nora Aunor has influenced his career
The Manila Biennale: OPENCITY 2018 runs from February 3 to March 5
Revel in the frost and sparkle of winter at this photography exhibit
Rappler Challenge: This is what happens when you give a professional photographer an instant camera
The 'Cheaters Edition' adds 15 cheat cards covering the most common types of traditionally unsportsmanlike play such as moving tokens more spaces than allowed by the dice, avoiding rent, or stealing money from the ban
The fair runs from March 1 to 4 at The Link in Makati
Fringe favorites, fresh acts, live painting battles, and more!
Kimiko Nishimoto has over 42,000 followers on Instagram!
The Philippine city is represented by 3 mountain ranges and the Philippine flag
Cebu celebrates its annual festival with dance, music, and homage to the child Jesus
In her stories of galactic societies, Le Guin sought to prove there is no total and permanent solution, either in theology, politics or human science past or future
Fans, get those paper bags out and get ready to hyperventilate into them!
You are cordially invited to Cafe by the Ruins Dua's first exhibit of 2018
The iconic movie that starred Nora Aunor is now a stage play, with Aicelle Santos as its lead
Seven photographers hold a photo exhibit, showing more than 'postcard-pretty pictures'