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Alba Iulia
Thursday, April 29, 2021

Art Scene

Roman Berry – The Road Taken

An artistic endeavour is a long journey. Ask any creative person and they would always ask themselves, should they have taken the road less travelled by or the other one instead.  It is a never ending road and you start...

Curated Creative Corner

Recently I was privileged to speak to five Filipino-Australian creative entrepreneurs. We delved into the world of art from calligraphy, to design, to preserved flowers. We talked about passion and purpose- the raison d’etre - of their customised business...

Find your light and shine

Jilliean Sioson is a film and TV student from Swinburne University in Melbourne, Australia. She is currently writing and producing a short film called An Ode to My Denim Jacket.  Sioson is a budding screenwriter passionate in writing about the Filipino...

Art for a cause

By Angel Cuerpo It’s common for many university students that whilst they are studying to pick up a part-time job. However, not many undertake what Shanaia Aguila has done. By utilising her artistic talents, she created her side hustle art...

Makati painting on show at Ryde City Art Exhibition

By Harry Johnson (IG: @smoothhj) Photos courtesy of Tom Fu, freelance photographer (IG: @tomfuble) A masterpiece by award-winning artist David Johnson 'Mayhem in Makati: One quarter, no quarter' was unveiled at the Grand Opening of the prestigious City of Ryde Art Society 59th Annual...

Auditions for Priscilla, Queen of the Desert – presented by CLOC Musical Theatre

Season: May 8 – 23, 2020 National Theatre, St Kilda AUDITIONS: November 16-17, 2019 BOOKINGS 1300 362 547 Info: www.cloc.org.au/priscilla CLOC Musical Theatre, regarded as the pre-eminent non-professional musical theatre company in Melbourne, is looking for multi-cultural and multi-talented cast members for their forthcoming production...

Bataan youth orchestra rocks Melbourne colleges

By Sanghaya Creo The 820-capacity auditorium at the Caroline Chisholm Catholic College, Braybrook, was filled to capacity on 14 June to feature a relatively unknown youth orchestra from provincial Philippines. For those in attendance, it was perhaps an opportunity to...

A tattoo of the artist as Christian Bulos

We have different views of tattoos. Sometimes, we equate them with hardened criminals in prisons. Or we find them cool because these are associated with rebels or rock stars. However people see it, Filipino-Australian tattoo artist Christian Bulos believes...

An indelible tattoo on my soul

By Christian Bulos  Wow, this was a pilgrimage and above all, it was a once and a lifetime opportunity.  She is the main reason for giving our heritage a direction in which to find our identity again, the true Filipino identity (pre-colonisation...

Play Tao Po explores stories of extra judicial killing

A play featuring Philippine political activist, author and award-winning actress Mae Paner, more popularly known as Juana Change will be among the theatrical showcases in the Melbourne Fringe Festival from 13 to 30 September. The Fringe Festival, now on...
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Prime Minister and Ministers join multicultural community in a virtual roundtable

The Philippine Times joined multicultural media and CALD (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse) leaders from around Australia for a virtual...
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