Art & Music

Home is Where the “Art” Is: Iloilo Houses Show Where Art Lives

debbie bartolo

“Where Thou Art—that—is Home.” – Emily Dickinson I just found this opening line from one of Dickinson’s poems posted in the internet that I have no intention of analyzing further than its fantastic rhyming scheme. While the actual meaning behind the poem lost me entirely—and lest I forget that her seventeen hundred works are enough.. Read more

Make Communities, Not Just “Scenes”

joseph batcagan

Artivism [iloilo]: Social Media and Society (Huring-huring)

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Your Yearly Reminder on Why a ‘Bayle’ May Make Things Better

project iloilo

It’s going to be another year. For Project Iloilo, this means another Urban Baylehan. Surely, can you blame us if we find another reason to celebrate? Not only is PI in its second year—THANK GOD—but we’ve also achieved a few milestones. For instance, we had some writers get shortlisted for this year’s Globe Media Excellence.. Read more

Kita-kita: Observances on Modern Ilonggo Cinema and Community

marc belloni

That Time a Frenchman went to VIVA ExCon

marc belloni

Project Iloilo Episodes S01E07: Iloilo Rock Scene (circa 2002 – present)

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Yes, we’re now officially exposing our bias for rock music in this week’s episode (while, more depressingly, also outing ourselves as “old”). But then again, how could we not? There were so many good bands back then that Iloilo City was practically Rakista Country during the heydays of rap-metal and emo. For the Gen X-ers.. Read more

‘Hapo’ and ‘Hapu’: Peter Solis Nery’s “Hiligaynon Revolution” to Making Ilonggo Cool Again

joseph batcagan

‘BATA AKO’ to highlight child’s welfare

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