Your Art, Your Voice: The Dynamically Evocative Journey of Bactong
Lorenz Richard Bactong is a 27-year-old artist and a college instructor from Malabon City. Bactong’s journey is about how one’s art concept evolved over the years, the challenges he has to face, burnouts, and the significant milestones.
Capturing Beauty: An Insight Into The World of Nature Photography With Lyra Auce
In a world filled with bustling cities and digital distractions, there are those who find solace and inspiration in the untouched beauty of the natural world. Lyra Auce, a gifted Filipina photographer hailing from Cabadbaran, Agusan del Norte, is one such visionary. Through her lens, she captures fleeting moments and shares profound stories that resonate with the essence of nature. In this exclusive interview, Lyra opens up about her journey as a nature photographer and her aspirations to make a lasting impact through her work.
The Making of a Middle-Grade Masterpiece
Follow the story of Fil-Am author and scientist Marie Miranda Cruz, as she discovers her talent for storytelling and brings her characters to life. Through her passion for reading and artistic hobbies, Marie found inspiration to introduce Filipino culture and characters to the world of literature.
On Being A Woman and John Steinbeck's The Chrysanthemums
John Steinbeck's short story "The Chrysanthemums" is a masterful portrayal of the struggle for women's empowerment in early 20th-century America. The story's protagonist, Elisa Allen, is a strong and capable woman who finds herself trapped in a society that denies her agency and power. Through Elisa's experiences, Steinbeck explores the limitations placed on women in this society and suggests that true empowerment can only come through breaking free from those limitations.