Decentering Philippine Art and Culture

December 31, 2002 Sanghaya 0

Decentering Philippine Art and Culture By Bienvenido Lumbera MANILA HAS ALWAYS BEEN the city to which Filipino artists are ever loyal, for its history is the history of the Filipino people itself. In its dim […]

(Re)Structuring Philippine Architecture

December 31, 2002 Sanghaya 0

(Re)Structuring Philippine Architecture By Gerard Lico APPRAISING THE EVENTS THAT mold the architectural production and design practice in year 2001 requires a painstaking investigation on how architects were made and remade by the various circumstances […]

What Moves the Three Major Ballet Companies?

December 31, 2002 Sanghaya 0

What Moves the Three Major Ballet Companies? By Edna Vida THREE COMPANIES IMPASSIONED by one desire: to dance. If exceptional dancing were enough, then Ballet Philippines, Philippine Ballet Theater, and Ballet Manila can safely tuck […]

Icons, Awards, and Unwelcome Technological Intrusions

December 31, 2002 Sanghaya 0

Icons, Awards, and Unwelcome Technological Intrusions By Cora Llamas THE YEAR 2001 WAS CHARACTERIZED by recognition, returns, and revivals. Several venerable theatrical institutions finally received acclaim long overdue, while younger, fresh talents still making their […]

Affirmation and Resolve

December 31, 2002 Sanghaya 0

Affirmation and Resolve By Rosalinda L. Orosa THROUGH THE YEARS, THE MUSICAL scene in Manila has followed a general pattern which affords audiences a fair measure of gratification and excitement. Filipino instrumentalists and singers who […]

Cebuano Counterpoint

December 31, 2002 Sanghaya 0

From the Regions Cebuano Counterpoint By Erlinda K. Alburo CEBUANOS ARE QUICK TO POINT out their sense of autonomy, noting that their economic growth is higher than the national. They are seemingly oblivious that everyone […]

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