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PER­FOR­MANCES

TOP street dancers from all over Asia will per­form in Ja­pan Foun­da­tion, Manila’s Dance

Dance Asia: Cross­ing the Move­ments on April 28, 8 p.m., and April 29, 3 p.m., at the Teresa Yuchengco Au­di­to­rium, De La Salle Univer­sity, Manila. For details, visit www. dancedancea­sia.com. ATE­NEO BLUE Reper­tory presents a re-imag­ined and re­vamped ver­sion of Kung Paano Ako Nag­ing Lead­ing Lady: The Mu­si­cal by Carlo Ver­gara at 8 p.m. on Thurs­days to Satur­days, and 3 p.m. mati­nees on Satur­days and Sun­days un­til April 30, at the Rizal Mini The­ater, Ate­neo de Manila Univer­sity. Que­zon City. For ticket, call 0956-845-2030 or re­serve through bluereper­tory.org/tick­ets.

THIS is the last week­end of per­for­mances of Reper­tory Philip­pines pro­duc­tion of Sarah Ruhl’s In The Next Room or the Vi­bra­tor

Play at the On­stage The­ater, Green­belt 1, Paseo de Roxas, Makati City. A com­edy set in the 1880s, it re­volves around Dr. Giv­ings’ in­ven­tion of the vi­bra­tor to re­lieve “hys­te­ria” in both men and women. Di­rected by Chris Mil­lado, the play is for adults only. Tick­ets are avail­able at Tick­etWorld (891-9999, www. tick­etworld.com.ph). Twin Bill The­ater Pro­duc­tions presents WIT, di­rected by Steven Conde, from April 20 to May 3 at the Trin­ity Univer­sity of Asia, E. Ro­driguez, Sr. Ave., Que­zon City. The one­act play, which won the 1999 Pulitzer Prize for Drama by Margaret Ed­son, stars the­ater vet­eran Tami Mon­sod as a can­cer-rid­den lit­er­a­ture pro­fes­sor whose last days are framed by the po­etry of John Donne.

ART

AL­LIANCE Française de Manille and Fun­da­cion Sanso present an ex­hibit of works by Ju­ve­nal Sanso en­ti­tled The Tri­umph of the Spirit: a healing in­spired by the coast of

Brit­tany at the Al­liance Française de Manille To­tal Gallery. It runs un­til May 26.

AYALA Mu­seum’s ArtistS­pace presents

Vin­tage Beauty by Baguio-based artist Art Lozano un­til April 23. Mean­while, AR­TURO

LUZ: First Light is on view un­til June 11 at the Ayala Mu­seum, Makati Ave. cor­ner De La Rosa St., Green­belt Park, Makati City.

THE BenCab Mu­seum in Baguio presents

SinEaster, paint­ings by Olan Ven­tura, at the Gallery Indigo, and Philip­pine Re­li­gious En­grav­ings (18th to 19th cen­tury prints) at the Print Gallery un­til June 11. The mu­seum is at Km. 6 Asin Road, Tuba, Metro Baguio.

MAR­I­ANO CHING and Yasmin Si­son present

Trav­el­ing on the Edges of Lost Maps from April 22 to May 21 at MO_S­pace, 3rd level of MOs De­sign, B2 Boni­fa­cio High Street, 9th Ave., Boni­fa­cio Global City, Taguig City.

NAICHAYU: An Ar­chi­tec­tural Ex­plo­ration

of the Kalinga Tat­too is on view at the 12F of the School of De­sign and Arts, DLSC Saint Be­nilde School of De­sign and Arts un­til April 29. Mean­while, Apichat­pong Weerasethakul’s trav­el­ing ex­hi­bi­tion The Seren­ity of Mad­ness is on view at the school’s Mu­seum of Con­tem­po­rary Art and De­sign.

RUSS Lig­tas’ An­other World, his first solo ex­hi­bi­tion in seven years, is cur­rently on view at the Bul­wa­gang Fer­nando Amor­solo at the Cul­tural Cen­ter of the Philip­pines (CCP) un­til May 14. Also at the CCP is Ly­ing In State:

Ce­sar F. Le­gaspi, on­go­ing un­til June 4 at the Bul­wa­gang Juan Luna.

MAP­PING of the Philip­pine Seas, an ex­hibit of rare an­tique Philip­pine maps and sea charts, is on view un­til April 29 at the Tall Galleries, Met­ro­pol­i­tan Mu­seum of Manila, Bangko Sen­tral ng Pilip­inas Com­plex, Roxas Blvd., Manila.

MAYIE DEL­GADO’s Po­etic Images, an ex­hibit of photos fea­tur­ing land­scape images in New Zealand and Iceland, is cur­rently on view at the Globe Art Gallery at the Globe Head­quar­ters in Boni­fa­cio Global City.

PANG Hui Ba Ho Pub­lic show­cases a pri­vate space that is made pub­lic, specif­i­cally a toi­let shared by mul­ti­ple users with vary­ing pri­vate rou­tines. The group ex­hibit runs un­til April 24 at the Post Gallery, Shop 7 of Cubao X in Araneta Cen­ter, Cubao, Que­zon City.

JEW­ELRY, art, fur­ni­ture, cou­ture, and ob­jets d’art are on view in Wynn Wynn Ong: Re­defin­ing Boundaries (A Ret­ro­spec­tive) un­til June 15 at the Yuchengco Mu­seum. Also on view is Naoko Tosa’s Dig­i­tal Dimensions. The mu­seum is at the RCBC Plaza, cor­ner Ayala and Gil J. Puyat Av­enues, Makati City. THE group show LIGALIG: Art in a Time of

Tur­moil is on view un­til May 27 at the Ate­neo Art Gallery, Ate­neo Univer­sity Cam­pus, QC.

THE Korean Cul­tural Cen­ter presents a Korean me­dia art ex­hibit, Eter­nal Light, fea­tur­ing 15 works and in­stal­la­tion art by Korean artist Han Ho, at the KCC Ex­hibit Hall, Taguig City un­til April 28.

ARTINFORMAL has three on­go­ing ex­hi­bi­tions: Eugenia Al­caide’s See, Rene Bi­tuin’s

The Earth Doesn’t Need Us, and Mi­caela Bene­dicto’s Paths of In­vis­i­bil­ity. The gallery is at 277 Con­necti­cut St., Man­daluy­ong City.

FILM

THERE will be a free screen­ing of Lam­rag: Sto­ries of Hope and In­spi­ra­tion in the Time

of a Chang­ing Cli­mate — short films made by young film­mak­ers from Eastern Visayas who par­tic­i­pated in a film­mak­ing work­shop ini­ti­ated by Green­peace Philip­pines and SINEran­gan in Novem­ber 2016 — on April 22, 3:30 p.m., at SM Mega­mall Cin­ema 12.

EVENTS

INSTITUTO CER­VANTES cel­e­brates Dia del

Li­bro on April 22. This year, dis­counted books from top book­stores and pub­lish­ing houses will be made avail­able at the Ayala Tri­an­gle in Makati City, and free books will be given away by Instituto Cer­vantes. Ev­ery book pur­chase en­ti­tles the buyer to one free rose. There will be many ac­tiv­i­ties through­out the days. Ad­mis­sion to all Dia del Li­bro ac­tiv­i­ties is free. For details visit http://manila.cer­vantes. or Face­book page, www.face­book. com/In­sti­tu­toCer­van­tesManila. THE Na­tional Book Devel­op­ment Board is cel­e­brat­ing the World Book and Copyright Day on April 23 at the Prom­e­nade, Que­zon City Me­mo­rial Cir­cle (near the Peace Mon­u­ment). There will be a free work­shop on era­sure po­etry and on-the-spot comic book making. For details visit www.book­sphilip­pines.gov.ph.

ART EX­CHANGE, which gath­ers artists, crafters, and en­thu­si­asts for cap­sule work­shops and free demon­stra­tions, is on­go­ing un­til April 25 at The Gallery, Green­belt 5. Th­ese in­clude work­shops on ba­sic cal­lig­ra­phy, let­ter­ing, water­color tech­niques, and flo­rals. For details, visit ar­tex­change. the­craft­cen­tral.com.

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