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‘Art 2 Art’ bares October episodes

Art to Art continues to bring “usapang sining at kultura para sa lahat” (art and culture discussion for all) in its episodes this October.

Produced by the Manila Broadcasting Company and hosted by prima ballerina Lisa Macuja, Art 2 Art is aired every Sunday, 3:30 to 4 p.m., on DZRH (666 khz on the AM band), on cable television via RHTV and online through DZRH Live Streaming.

Lisa Macuja and Ige Ramos

Today, prolific book designer and food magazine editor Ige Ramos tells Macuja about his dream project – his very own book titled Alab ng Puso: Kinagisnang Lutuin at Kuwentong Pagkain ng Cavite. Ramos scoured his native Cavite to research on food unique to the province and talk to people who have been preparing these dishes for generations. He is hoping to publish the book through crowd funding.

With Meah Ang See

On Oct.11, Macuja meets Njel De Mesa, a songwriter, playwright, author, choreographer and production and graphic designer. De Mesa formed Koine Theater Foundation in 2003 to give performance arts training to young talents. One of the first local artists to successfully break into the independent digital scene, he has established the NDM Music Group to help indie musicians get their break.

Macuja and Njel De Mesa

On Oct. 18, Norlie Meimban relates his transition from working in the animation industry to becoming a fulltime visual artist. Since 2004, he has mounted thirteen solo shows and numerous group exhibitions. He is primarily known for a style he has dubbed as “ani-motion.” Incorporating the process of animation into his paintings, he makes his subjects seem to move through outlines showing a series of movements.

With Norli Meimban

 On Oct. 25, in celebration of Museums and Galleries Months, Art 2 Art focuses on Bahay Tsinoy with is director, Meah Ang See, as guest. The museum in Intramuros, Manila showcases Chinese-Filipino history and heritage in the Philippines through artifacts and research materials. It highlights the contributions of the Chinese-Filipino in Philippine development, dating back to pre-colonial days.

For inquiries, please e-mail [email protected] On Facebook, check out the account Ballerina ng Bayan for updates on Art 2 Art episodes.

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