Metro Weekend Guide: March 15-17, 2019
No plans yet for the weekend? Our weekly guide is back with the happenings around town.
From the Lens of Eve: Photography Exhibit
East Atrium, Shangri-La Plaza, Mandaluyong
See the Earth in all its splendor through the landscape and nature scenes taken by female photographers Annabelle Chavez, Lauren Malcampo, Maryanne Mendoza, Mrae Orden, and Jen Perez. The exhibition is currently on display at Shangri-La Plaza’s East Atrium until the 19th, then will transfer to the Level 1 Main Wing, where it will be until March 31st.
BGC Art Mart
BGC Arts Center, 26th Corner 9th Ave, BGC Taguig
Drop by the community art bazaar to meet homegrown artists and see the works they have for sale. Open from 5p.m. to 10p.m. on Friday and Saturday. Entrance is free, and there will be special performances on both days.
French Appreciation: Art & Literature
Ayala Museum, Makati Avenue Corner de la Rosa Street, Makati
Calling all francophiles! Along with Alliance française de Manille, Ayala Museum presents a French Appreciation Series. Attend the first part of this series this weekend, for a lecture on French Cultural Landmarks with Mr. Bryan Anthony Paraiso, the Supervising Historic Sites Development Officer of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines and the NHCP representative to the National Committee on Museums of the National Commission for Culture and Arts. The talk will be at 3p.m. to 5p.m. on Saturday, March 16. Register for tickets at bit.ly/AM2019lectures
Art in the Park 2019
Jaime C. Velasquez Park, Tordesillas St, Salcedo Village, Makati
Back in its fourteenth year, the country’s biggest affordable art fair will once again take place in Salcedo Village. Featuring a diverse group of galleries, collectives, art schools, independent art spaces, works will be priced Php50,000 or below. Admission is free and will run from 10a.m. to 10p.m. on Sunday, March 17.
Ang Huling El Bimbo
Newport Performing Arts Theater, Resorts World Manila
Currently on run until April 7, the hit musical is back! Through the songs of the 90s Filipino rock band Eraserheads, the musical tells a story about friendship. Tickets available at ticketworld.com.ph.
Queer Eye Season 3 on Netflix
Ready to ugly cry happy tears? The lovable reboot returns for a third season, and this time, the Fab Five are headed to Kansas City, Missouri. Following the show's first female makeover last season, Jonathan, Antoni, Tan, Karamo, and Bobby will be working with an even number of men and women this season. All episodes will be available to stream on March 15 on Netflix.
Photo from artinthepark.ph