joseph batcagan

Joseph Batcagan is the editor and a writer for Project Iloilo.

Articles by Joseph Batcagan:

Now, What to Do About Regent Theater?

Next to the Villanueva Building—you know, that “iconic” building in downtown Iloilo that seems to be a favorite among photographers—I argue that the Regent Theater might probably be in the running as one of the more prominent historic structures in Calle Real, if only for the fact that out of the many standalone moviehouses Iloilo.. Read more

We Went to an Ilonggo Cooking Convention to Stare at Food All-Day

Full Circle: Himbon Artist Group Marks One-Year Anniversary

Mamusa Art Bistro Opens with HUGE Ilonggo Art Showcase

Mamusa Art Bistro marked its first night of operations with a mammoth exhibit, ‘Origins’, which featured works from many of Iloilo’s most-recognized visual artists last September 21, 2018. The exhibit runs till October 11. The resto is located at the ground floor of Unit A1-M at Festive Walk, besides the Iloilo Museum of Contemporary Art.

Couch Sessions Present Poetika

5 Ilonggo Heroes You Should Look Up On Independence Day

What Would Iloilo in the 1900s Look Like with the ‘Arellano Plan’?

The Philippines is famous for a lot of things: food, beaches, people, basically all the things one might expect from a “Choose Philippines” advertisement. One that is less-touted, however, is our propensity for poor urban planning. All things considered, Iloilo City might be better off compared to its much chaotic counterparts in Manila and other.. Read more

Chef Tibong Promotes Ilonggo Heritage by Getting You Hungry

I Went to See Joyce Pring Talk (and Other Observations from AdCon 18)