Jesuit Music Ministry - Purihin ang Panginoon
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PURIHIN ANG PANGINOON
Nilikha at itinitik ni Fr. Felipe F. Ramirez, SJ
Inawit ng Jesuit Music Ministry

Koro:
Purihin ang Panginoon
umawit ng kagalakan
at tugtugin ang gitara
at ang kaaya-ayang lira
Hipan ninyo ang trumpeta

Sa ating pagkabagabag
sa Diyos tayo’y tumawag
sa ating mga kaaway
Tayo ay kanyang iniligtas

(Koro)

Ang pasaning mabigat
sa ‘ting mga balikat
Pinagaan ng lubusan
ng Diyos na tagapagligtas

Jesuit Music Ministry - Aleluya Wikain Mo
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ALELUYA WIKAIN MO

Aleluya, Aleluya
Wikain Mo
Poon nakikinig ako
Sa Iyong mga Salita
Aleluya, Aleluya

ccp-visualarts:

Artist’s Discussion and Closing Reception for “what does it all matter, as long as the wounds fit the arrows” A TRIBUTE TO ROBERTO CHABET
Join the CCP VAMD on 23 October 2014, Thursday, 3-5pm at the Bulwagang Juan Luna (CCP Main Gallery) for an Artist’s Discussion on Teaching and Mentoring. The discussion will also coincide with the closing reception of current exhibit, “What does it all matter, as long as the wounds fit the arrows” A TRIBUTE TO ROBERTO CHABET, which is on view until 26 October 2014.
The discussion will be moderated by exhibit co-curator Ringo Bunoan, with exhibiting artists Juan Alcazaren, Agnes Arellano, Jonathan Olazo, Gerry Tan, and Wire Tuazon.
For more information, contact the Visual Arts & Museum Division at landlines (632)832-1125 local 1504 & 1505, or (632)832-3702, mobile (0920)4700690, email ccp.exhibits@gmail.com.

ccp-visualarts:

Artist’s Discussion and Closing Reception for “what does it all matter, as long as the wounds fit the arrows” A TRIBUTE TO ROBERTO CHABET

Join the CCP VAMD on 23 October 2014, Thursday, 3-5pm at the Bulwagang Juan Luna (CCP Main Gallery) for an Artist’s Discussion on Teaching and Mentoring. The discussion will also coincide with the closing reception of current exhibit, “What does it all matter, as long as the wounds fit the arrows” A TRIBUTE TO ROBERTO CHABET, which is on view until 26 October 2014.

The discussion will be moderated by exhibit co-curator Ringo Bunoan, with exhibiting artists Juan Alcazaren, Agnes Arellano, Jonathan Olazo, Gerry Tan, and Wire Tuazon.

For more information, contact the Visual Arts & Museum Division at landlines (632)832-1125 local 1504 & 1505, or (632)832-3702, mobile (0920)4700690, email ccp.exhibits@gmail.com.

culturalcenterphils:

Filipino trumpetist in PPO’s October concert

The Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra goes onstage on October 17, Friday, 8pm at the Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theater), to be conducted by Herminigildo Ranera with trumpet player Rommel Reyes as guest soloist.

To read more, click here.
Ticket prices are Php1,500 | Php1,200 | Php800 | Php500 | Php300, with discounts available to students, senior citizens and groups. Subscription packages are also available for eight (8) or four (4) shows. For inquiries and subscriptions, please call the CCP Marketing Department (632)832-1125 loc. 1804, the CCP Box Office (632)832-3704 or Ticketworld at National Bookstore (632)891-9999.

culturalcenterphils:

Filipino trumpetist in PPO’s October concert

The Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra goes onstage on October 17, Friday, 8pm at the Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theater), to be conducted by Herminigildo Ranera with trumpet player Rommel Reyes as guest soloist.

To read more, click here.

Ticket prices are Php1,500 | Php1,200 | Php800 | Php500 | Php300, with discounts available to students, senior citizens and groups. Subscription packages are also available for eight (8) or four (4) shows. For inquiries and subscriptions, please call the CCP Marketing Department (632)832-1125 loc. 1804, the CCP Box Office (632)832-3704 or Ticketworld at National Bookstore (632)891-9999.

ccp-visualarts:

NOMINATIONS FOR 2015 THIRTEEN ARTISTS AWARDS
Deadline for nominations: 12 December 2014, 6pm
The THIRTEEN ARTISTS AWARDS (TAA) began as a curatorial project of the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) Museum under the directorship of its first curator Roberto Chabet (1937-2013). The first group of artists gathered under this program exhibited their works in 1970. In a document on the event, Chabet made a critical connection between the Thirteen Artists and the Philippine Modernists. Both generations of artists were viewed to have sought in their time the chance and risk to “restructure, re-strengthen and renew art making and art thinking… that lend viability to Philippine art.” Since then, the award would be given to deserving recipients without regularity or pattern, and always subject to constant revision. This partly explains the interesting texture of the roster.
It is in this context that the Thirteen Artists Awards is sustained to this day: to mark the turnings in and of Philippine contemporary art, to update its modernizing potential and to assess how artists today engage with other forces in the art world. 
In 2009, the CCP Thirteen Artists Awards was established as a triennial event. What has characterized the work of the awardees, then and now, is a fresh visual language, innovative solutions to artistic problems, and sustained creative output.

The 2015 Thirteen Artists Awards is open for nominations until 12 December 2014, Friday at 6pm.
GUIDELINES:Who are qualified for nomination?
Nominated artists must possess the following eligibility requirements:

Body of work characterized by artistic integrity, innovativeness, and forcefulness of ideas
Responsiveness to contemporary realities
Evidence of sustained artistic activity demonstrated by a track record of individual exhibitions and group shows for the past three years.
Engagement with contemporary visual art forms including, but not limited to, painting, sculpture, multimedia, installation, performance art, photography, printmaking and digital imaging.
Filipino citizenship
Less than 40 years old in the year of conferment or must be born before 1975

Who can nominate?

Art councils, art groups, heads/deans of art schools, museum and gallery curators and directors, art critics and past Thirteen Artists Awardees may submit a maximum of three (3) nominations each.
Who will comprise the board of judges?The CCP Visual Arts and Museum Division under the Production and Exhibition Department and the Office of the Artistic Director will convene a Selection Committee composed of four (4) past awardees and the head of the CCP VAMD
The decision of the Selection Committee is final.

Official nomination forms are available from the CCP Visual Arts and Museum Division office, 4th floor CCP Main Theater Building, or may be downloaded below. 
2015 Thirteen Artists Awards Nomination Form

ccp-visualarts:

NOMINATIONS FOR 2015 THIRTEEN ARTISTS AWARDS

Deadline for nominations: 12 December 2014, 6pm

The THIRTEEN ARTISTS AWARDS (TAA) began as a curatorial project of the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) Museum under the directorship of its first curator Roberto Chabet (1937-2013). The first group of artists gathered under this program exhibited their works in 1970. In a document on the event, Chabet made a critical connection between the Thirteen Artists and the Philippine Modernists. Both generations of artists were viewed to have sought in their time the chance and risk to “restructure, re-strengthen and renew art making and art thinking… that lend viability to Philippine art.” Since then, the award would be given to deserving recipients without regularity or pattern, and always subject to constant revision. This partly explains the interesting texture of the roster.

It is in this context that the Thirteen Artists Awards is sustained to this day: to mark the turnings in and of Philippine contemporary art, to update its modernizing potential and to assess how artists today engage with other forces in the art world. 

In 2009, the CCP Thirteen Artists Awards was established as a triennial event. What has characterized the work of the awardees, then and now, is a fresh visual language, innovative solutions to artistic problems, and sustained creative output.

The 2015 Thirteen Artists Awards is open for nominations until 12 December 2014, Friday at 6pm.

GUIDELINES:
Who are qualified for nomination?

Nominated artists must possess the following eligibility requirements:

  • Body of work characterized by artistic integrity, innovativeness, and forcefulness of ideas
  • Responsiveness to contemporary realities
  • Evidence of sustained artistic activity demonstrated by a track record of individual exhibitions and group shows for the past three years.
  • Engagement with contemporary visual art forms including, but not limited to, painting, sculpture, multimedia, installation, performance art, photography, printmaking and digital imaging.
  • Filipino citizenship
  • Less than 40 years old in the year of conferment or must be born before 1975
Who can nominate?
  • Art councils, art groups, heads/deans of art schools, museum and gallery curators and directors, art critics and past Thirteen Artists Awardees may submit a maximum of three (3) nominations each.
Who will comprise the board of judges?
  • The CCP Visual Arts and Museum Division under the Production and Exhibition Department and the Office of the Artistic Director will convene a Selection Committee composed of four (4) past awardees and the head of the CCP VAMD
  • The decision of the Selection Committee is final.

Official nomination forms are available from the CCP Visual Arts and Museum Division office, 4th floor CCP Main Theater Building, or may be downloaded below. 

2015 Thirteen Artists Awards Nomination Form

ccp-visualarts:

ManilArt 201415-19 October 2014SM Aura, Taguig City

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ManilArt 2014
15-19 October 2014
SM Aura, Taguig City

ccp-visualarts:

MGA KONSTRUKTOR (1928)THE BUILDERS (1928)
Nilikha ni Victorio C. Edades, Pambansang Alagad ng Sining sa Sining Biswal (Pagpipinta)
Done by Victorio C. Edades, National Artist for Visual Arts (Painting)
Koleksyon ng Sentrong Pangkultura ng PilipinasCollection of the Cultural Center of the Philippines

ccp-visualarts:

MGA KONSTRUKTOR (1928)
THE BUILDERS (1928)

Nilikha ni Victorio C. Edades, Pambansang Alagad ng Sining sa Sining Biswal (Pagpipinta)

Done by Victorio C. Edades, National Artist for Visual Arts (Painting)

Koleksyon ng Sentrong Pangkultura ng Pilipinas
Collection of the Cultural Center of the Philippines

ccp-visualarts:

Nilikha ni J. Elizalde Navarro, Pambansang Alagad ng Sining sa Sining Biswal (Pagpipinta)
Done by J. Elizalde Navarro, National Artist for Visual Arts (Painting)
Koleksyon ng Sentrong Pangkultura ng PilipinasCollection of the Cultural Center of the Philippines

ccp-visualarts:

Nilikha ni J. Elizalde Navarro, Pambansang Alagad ng Sining sa Sining Biswal (Pagpipinta)

Done by J. Elizalde Navarro, National Artist for Visual Arts (Painting)

Koleksyon ng Sentrong Pangkultura ng Pilipinas
Collection of the Cultural Center of the Philippines

ccp-visualarts:

Artworks of Ged Merino
Beneath the Surface, Structures and Scratches

October 15 to November 23, 2014
Bulwagang Carlos V. Francisco (CCP Little Theater Lobby)