Events

Events

Monday 19 February 2018

Depicting a story of passion and artistry, along with the struggles that come with it, student-artists from the Jaime Hilario Integrated School-La Salle (JHIS-LS) performed a heartfelt and rousing one-night musical stage production called ‘J’ last February 15, at the School of Design and Art... Read More

In celebration of the 13th Lasallian Arts Month, the Office of Culture and Arts (OCA), together with the College’s cultural organizations, showcased the themes of “change and transformation” in Paghunos, director Riki Benedicto’s Filipino adaptation of “Metamorphoses,”  last Februar... Read More

From various workshops to captivating performances, this year’s Pasinaya, one of the country’s largest multi-arts festivals, focused on the deeper aspect of understanding Philippine culture, as well as nurturing the passion of Filipinos for endearing art and talent, at the Cultural Center of... Read More

With the rapid rise of contemporary and luxury furniture, some of the College’s Interior Design students opted to explore the beauty of Filipino materials to entail the creation of revolutionised designs through the exhibit “Salaysay: Philippine Culture Narration,” displayed from January 9... Read More

Friday 12 January 2018

Bringing the Marvel experience to the School of Design and Arts (SDA) last Wednesday at the School of Design and Arts (SDA) theater, the Marvel Studios creative team were joined by fans and enthusiasts alike, who had assembled to celebrate an entire day of all things Marvel. Relive the fun as we... Read More

With the upcoming release of much-awaited Marvel movies such as Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War, there is no better way for fans to get the full Marvel experience than this year’s Marvel’s Creative Day Out. Luckily enough for Marvel fans, they need not travel all the way to New Y... Read More

Thursday 21 December 2017

While there are sad office spaces that commonly follow the ghoulish color schemes of grey and white colors similar to that of an asylum, INDX ‘17, the 114 batch of Interior Design students of the College, stepped away from the usual stereotype of dull offices and redesigned these into a playfu... Read More

Saturday 16 December 2017

Renowned Spanish explorer Ferdinand Magellan once theorized the earth was flat before venturing around the globe in the 1500s. Interestingly enough, the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design’s (MCAD) exhibition titled “Flatlands” investigates the idea of globalization and decolonization th... Read More

Wednesday 13 December 2017

Life is an inescapable process: it’s a trip with the same stops for everyone, only made unique by how you experience everything in between. The warm embraces of your parents during the holidays, the tears through the inevitable heartbreaks, and the satisfaction of achieving your goals, are jus... Read More

Wednesday 6 December 2017

In defiance of the rule of colonizers in the 19th century, Jose Rizal criticized the ills of society in his revolutionary novels “Noli Me Tangere” and “El Filibusterismo,” while Juan Luna painted an allegory of the injustices committed to Filipinos in his magnum opus, the “Spoliarium.... Read More

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