Experience the De La Salle College of Saint Benilde’s first ever contemporary multisensory exhibit in The Multimedia Arts Festival.
The exhibit will feature art works and installations by of the Multimedia Arts Program.
There will be nine different concepts on display: Rewind will take you back to 90’s to reminisce or show the younger generation what life was like in that decade. Twisted Tales will reinterpret childhood fairy tales, creating new librettos while still retaining the stories’ classic crux. IM | POSSIBLE will attempt to answer strange ideas in the form of innocent questions or philosophical ones. Spectrum will represents a multitude of ideas using different mediums. Artbeat will weave together the past and the present through a creative play between the 80’s and today. Cosmic Leap will recreates a virtual reality through different dimensions by providing visual, somatosensory and auditory perception. Espejismo is the Spanish word for “mirage” and will beg the questions: “Is it really there? Is it present? Does it exist in reality or is it just an illusion, a trick of the visual perception?”
Inspired by Newton’s experiments with prisms, the nature of light, and spectrums, Prism will take the students’ collective understanding of the arts and their individual creativity to bring you this exhibit, taking a single concept and refracting it into an exhibit that is just as varied as a single beam of light.
And Bring to Light will create a futuristic visual for the viewers to experience the light that makes use of what new technology can bring us, showing what the future has in store.
The Multimedia Arts Festival will be at the Rockwell Tent from April 10-12, 2013.
April 10 will mark the opening night starting from 6PM onwards and will be open on April 11 and 12 from 11 AM onwards.
I know prom season is over.
I don’t have daughters, so I don’t have to fuss about prom dresses. But I’ve been my friends’ daughters, my niece, all over Instagram and Facebook. I know prom dresses are slim pickings here and can be very expensive.
But with Internet, Googling skills, and Johnny Air, it is easy to find good dresses at reasonable prices.
Take H&M’s recently launched Conscious Exclusive, a partywear collection made from more sustainable materials, like organic cotton, recycled polyester, recycled polyamide and Tencel.
The collection features clothing and accessories for both men and women, and is part of H&M’s Conscious work to offer more sustainable fashion.
A corseted dress with seemingly endless layers of tulle feels like it’s stepped out of the old world ($199)
A dress with pleated ruffles ($79.95)
A demure white dress evokes rock and roll romance with its sheer sleeves, asymmetric train and bird embroidery ($299)
A fringed dress in black ($199)
A floor-length dusty pink gown that is elegant in front and bare in the back is made from 100% recycled polyester ($59.95)
The Conscious Exclusive collection is now available in around 140 stores worldwide as well as online at http://www.hm.com/
￼TWG Tea, maker of fine teas, announces the opening of an island Tea Salon & Boutique at Rockwell’s Power Plant Mall.
It is the brand’s third destination in Manila in addition to Greenbelt 5 and Resorts World Manila.
The new TWG Salon and Boutique is a veritable jewel box with specially crafted artisanal curved-glass walls, offering over 800 different varieties of tea from 38 countries.
It’s a great place to find that special gift for tea lovers—like exclusive tea sets, tea-scented candles and gourmet goodies.
Anthony T. Huang, Executive Vice President of Stores Specialists, Inc. says: “We are very excited to bring this luxury tea brand to the Rockwell community. This unique and astonishing tea salon brings a one-of-a-kind tea drinking experience to all.”
Taha Bouqdib, President & Co-Founder of TWG Tea adds: “We are delighted to bring the world of TWG Tea to Rockwell Mall with the creation of another astonishing TWG Tea universe of luxury and refinement with a contemporary and fashionable edge.”