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Saturday, February 22, 2020

Art Scene

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...

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,...

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.

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,...

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...

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...

Filipino fashion designer wins FOMA Designer of the Year award

NSW—‘Language of the Eye’, the latest collection by Sydney-based designer Alberto Barros, won the FOMA Designer of the Year Award, after launching at the Fashions of Multicultural Australia (FOMA) inaugural runway event on 10 March at NANDAHOBBS Contemporary Art...

Sydney’s favourite free family Christmas event, The Lights of Christmas returns

AGB Events hosts yet another year of The Lights of Christmas, with Sydney’s iconic free animated light and sound show returning to St Mary’s Cathedral to kick off the festive seasons for all ages. Opening night will be on Wednesday...

Philippine Australian Arts Centre 2 inaugurated

By Richard Ford NSW—The official inauguration of the Philippine Australian Arts, Culture and Innovation Central 2 by NARRA Co-operative Ltd and Plaza Filipino Inc. was held on 15 September 2017 at the ACI Central 2 Artisan Building, 3-9 Warby Street, Campbelltown. The event began with the official cutting...

Moro artist uses paintbrush to advocate peace

ZAMBOANGA CITY (PNA) – Tausug painter Rameer Amilasan Tawasil is using the canvas to bat for peace, drawing inspiration from his dark childhood marred by bloodshed and the chaos of the Moro rebellion. For his masterpieces, Tawasil uses critical thinking...
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Masarap! Filipino cuisine three ways at Melbourne Food and Wine Festival

Mark your diaries! This March, Filipino cuisine is set to tempt taste buds at Melbourne Food...
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Ati-Atihan Group of Melbourne to join Moomba Festival this March

The Ati-Atihan Group of Melbourne, a group of performers representing a Christian tradition from the Kalibo people of the Philippines, is once...

Latest travel deals from Philippine Tours

Philippine Tours has been serving the Filipino-Australian community for over 35 years since it was established in...

Project Juan offers support programs for underprivileged Filipinos

It started with three friends on separate trips to the Philippines. While waiting at the terminal for their separate flights, Alden Viado,...

The sensible Pinoy – Getting the best value when buying a car

Next to buying real estate, buying a car probably represents the second-largest major expense for any family. It is not uncommon for...