Dumaguete was and is Carmen del Prado’s playground. Inspired by the creative energy of the Visayas, this outdoorsy visual storyteller regularly infuses elements of nature in her work, a mix of documentary, fashion, and adventure. As the co-director of the second GRID Expedition, the filmmaker and photographer goes home to document the value of marine protected areas in our waters.
Biologist Klaus Stiefel goes deep into Mabinay, the Caving Capital of the Philippines, to explore the dynamics between the creatures of the night and the subterranean.Read More >>
Biologist Klaus Stiefel goes deep into Mabinay, the Caving Capital of the Philippines, to explore the dynamics between the creatures of the night and the subterranean.
The craft that produces religious statues all over the world begins in a modest workshop in the town of Paete.Read More >>
This August 16 to 20, join Jacob Maentz and his team at the Homelands exhibition and book launch in Manila for talks honoring the Indigenous peoples of the archipelago.Read More >>
On the rice terraces of Pasil, the tradition of earthenware pottery is kept alive by women, passed down from mothers to their daughters for generations.Read More >>
The Teatrong Mulat ng Pilipinas has collected over thirty custom wooden puppets in the span of three family generations. Under the steady hands of a puppeteering family, the wooden dolls bring Asian folklore to life.Read More >>