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ACC is proud of our international network of grantees and alumni. If you are a grantee or alumni, we invite you to share your events on our Events Calendar by emailing alumnievents@accny.org to learn how to gain access to the calendar. Please note that only events featuring ACC alumni or grantees will be published.

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APSE 2021 ONLINE CONFERENCE: INTEGRITIES AND IDENTITIES OF ASIA-PACIFIC TRADITIONAL EXPRESSIVE CULTURES

November 06, 2021 - November 27, 2021

UP Center for Ethnomusicology (ACC 2017) and the University of the Philippines College of Music hosts the Asia-Pacific Society for Ethnomusicology (APSE) 2021 Online Conference: "INTEGRITIES AND IDENTITIES OF ASIA-PACIFIC TRADITIONAL EXPRESSIVE CULTURES."

Four respected scholars in music will deliver keynote: distinguished ACC fellows Dr. Ramon P. Santos (National Artist for Music, Philippines) and Dr. Chinary Ung (University of California, San Diego); Dr. Tan Sooi Beng (Universiti Sains Malaysia); and Dr. Patricia Campbell (University of Washington).

 

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DUETS

October 26, 2021 - January 08, 2022

Renowned artists Edna Vida (ACC 2012) and Nonoy Froilan collaborate in Of Art and Wine featuring "DUETS," an exhibition of painting and photography that further evoke both artists’ impressive creative interaction and connection.

The exhibition curated by Nestor Jardin (JDR 3rd Award) explores patterns of Edna Vida and the sky photography of Nonoy Froilan. Their artworks reveal connections between emotions and perceptions, movement and stillness, energy and tranquility, human and ethereal forms in harmony with each other.

For inquiries contact angelica.restrivera@conradhotels.com

To attend virtual opening on October 26, 2021 at 2:00pm(Manila) -Zoom mtg: 838 9804 6442 Pword: OAAWDUETS

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ArtSpeak Online: Expanded Printmaking II

October 24, 2021

ArtSpeak continues the conversation started by Filipino printmaker Ambie Abaño (ACC 2011) and Malaysian printmaker Juhari Said on printmaking techniques and processes during the Art Fair Philippines held early this year.

Registration is now open for ArtSpeak Online: Expanded Printmaking II featuring Thai printmaker and Chiang Mai Art on Paper Studio founder, Kitikong Tilokwattanotai with printmakers Abaño and Said joining in the conversation.

ArtSpeak Online: Expanded Printmaking II looks into non-traditional and experimental approaches to printmaking employed by leading practitioners in Southeast Asia.

Slots are limited. To register for the event that starts at 2:00PM (Manila) , please go to: bit.ly/AAGExpandedPrintmaking

Watch out for the event livestream via https://www.facebook.com/ateneoartgallery

For inquiries contact aag@ateneo.edu.

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Leeroy New's "ANINO" assemblage at Busan SEA ART Festival 2021

October 16, 2021 - November 14, 2021

The 2021 Busan Biennale unveils impressive workmanship from creatives in the region with the opening of its Sea Art Festival hosted by the Busan Metropolitan City, Busan Biennale Organizing Committee.

Filipino visual artist Leeroy New (ACC 2015) contributes with his astounding assemblage entitled “ANITO.” He shares, “ANITO is the manifested spirit of the surrounding natural environment taking the form of a tentacled bamboo and plastic hybrid.”

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Philippine Pavilion at World Expo 2021 Dubai

October 01, 2021 - March 31, 2022

The Philippine Pavilion “Bangkóta” unveils in the World Expo 2021 Dubai, aligning with the theme "Connecting Minds, Creating the Future."

Marian Pastor Roces (ACC 2004) curates “Bangkóta” in collaboration with Architect Royal Pineda of Budji+Royal Architecture+Design. Jointly created by hundreds of construction workers, artists, and designers, the pavilion showcases specific spaces aurally defined by music composed by National Artist and ACC multi grantee Dr. Ramon P. Santos.

Also highlighted in the pavilion are exquisite visual works such as the mural “Super Past Time” by Dexter Fernandez (ACC 2014); the avian-motif sculpture at the bridgeway “Limokon and Timamanukin” by Riel J. Hilario (ACC 2012); and the dance video directed by Jae Hyung Wang, co-choreography by Denisa Reyes (ACC 1995) and JM Cabling to the music by Teresa Barrozo (ACC 2014).

 

top photo: the Philippine Pavilion 

bottom photo: “Super Past Time” by Dexter Fernandez

photo of pavilion from website ; artwork from artist

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PROXIMITY

September 22, 2021 - October 20, 2021

1335 Mabini presents "Proximity," Anton del Castillo's  (ACC 2006) latest solo show "that reflects a cautious milieu in his gold leaf paintings. It continues to explore the artist's foretelling trademark--the dystopic world of men and women with gas masks over their faces."

 

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'Ink Art & New Music' Creative Exchange Project

September 13, 2021 - October 19, 2021

In collaboration with the Bard College Conservatory of Music, New York, and M+, Hong Kong, this creative exchange project aims to explore the aesthetic commonality and discover the innovative potential of Ink Art and New Music.

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