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LITERATURE AND CLIMATE CHANGE – The optimistic tone in Eka Budianta’s poetry

Climate change and sustainable life, poetically In his works, writing about environmental issues and climate change, he addressed environmental topics. After graduating from high school in 1974, Eka Budianta https://openlibrary.org/works/OL16551351W/Walking_Westward_in_the_Morning?edition=ia%3Awalkingwestwardi0000unse continued his education at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Indonesia, where he began writing and publish his works. This Indonesian writer writes about the environment, tourism and …

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AN ELEGANT AND PLEASANT WAY OF SINGING – The charming Indonesian singer with a velvety voice

Anggun, the grace of a voice born from a dream For her, the most important thing is not what religion to believe in, but how to live one’s life. She possesses a warm, full three-octave alto voice that transitions into a soft whisper. Her 1990 song Tua Tua Keladi became her most popular her song in Indonesia. A native singer-songwriter …

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A FUSION OF PABLO PICASSO AND DIEGO RIVERA – Djoko Pekik, or, struggling and pushing the boundaries of art

Painting happy victims and thieves who rob them Born in Grobogan (Purwodadi, Central Java) in 1937, he received an art education at the Indonesian Fine Arts Academician in Yogjakarta. With prices ranging from just over 1000 to over 40.000 USD, his paintings have been offered for auction multiple times. From his point of view, art can help eradicate the characteristics …

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INNOVATIVE PEOPLE FROM PHILIPPINES – When genius determines a strong social impact

The archipelago where develop creative thinking Have you ever thought about what you would like to do with brushes and colors? There are those who think that painting is a means of expressing emotions; other people feel, and no experience is needed to paint. Usually, easy watercolor paints are diluted with water on a specific paper; trying it you will …

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WHEN COMMOTION IS A SOURCE OF INSPIRATION – Nelson Bohol and his inspired work in the animation industry

The Filipino animator who made it big in Hollywood From his point of view, being an animated film designer is no different than being an action film designer. Having children too, he knows how to juggle the responsibilities of having a family and professional one. As a father of four, when he returns to the Philippines, he regularly visits the …

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THINGS YOU WANTED TO SAY BUT NEVER DID – Geloy Conception, that is, none of us or all of us at the same time

It can be me; it can be you If you asked him something about him, he would tell you that since 2017 he has lived taking photographs in the United States. Photographer born in Pandacan in 1992 and based in San Francisco (California), Geloy Concepcion https://www.geloyconcepcion.com/ knew the chaos of Manila from a very young age, when he started making …

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FEMALE DETAILS FOR STRONG SHAPES – Oliver Tolentino and his concept of luxury and elegance

Bright colors prints and the attention to detail He is a Filipino Designer achieved international success. The originality of his clothes was proposed in a pink photo shoot for Cycle 17. He excels in all fabrics, especially if they are eco-friendly. It is no coincidence, in fact, that he earned the title of Eco Designer at the Global Green 2012 …

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A WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE IN BALAGTAS – Francisco Balagtas and his poem Florante at Laura

The injustices of the Filipino natives, in the Tagalog language Born in April 1788, Francisco Balagtas https://artsandculture.google.com/entity/francisco-balagtas/m030402?hl=en was a Tagalog-speaking scholar during the Spanish colonial period of the Philippines. Considered the Prince of Tagalog poets because of his masterpiece Florante at Laura, to go to school in exchange for domestic service, when he was young, he went to a distant …

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A BAND WITH UNPREDICTABLE MUSICALITY – The Ransom Collective and Filipino indie folk music

Lively music for adventurous melodies After indie soloist Kian Ransom returned from California to the Philippines in 2013, he had the idea of teaming up with a high school drummer friend and three fine arts students, forming the band The Ransom Collective https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6Fi0mGnX70 with them. For their 20-year-olds and enthusiastic fans, it’s a young band that helps keep them young. …

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POWER OF NATURAL LIGHT, BACKLIGHT AND CHIAROSCURO – Fernando Amorsolo’s mastery in the use of light and shadow

When sunlight becomes an additional color Four days after his death, he was awarded at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. In his paintings, you can easily grasp the presence of figures outlined against a bright light. Considered together with Juan Luna and Fernando Zóbel among the protagonists of the Philippine pictorial scene, the portraitist and painter of rural landscapes …

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