Filipino artists Aleah Angeles and Abi Dionisio, both hailing from Bulacan, celebrate their enduring friendship in their joint exhibition for One East Asia gallery titled “Passage: A story of sisterhood and solidarity.”
The duo’s collection will be presented alongside One East Asia’s other participating Filipino and foreign artists, including Andres Barrioquinto (Philippines), Chang Fee Ming (Malaysia), Chelsea Theodossis (Philippines), Jayson Cortez (Philippines), Roby Dwi Antono (Indonesia),
Sam Lo (Singapore) and Welbart Slowhands (Philippines).
The show will debut to a global audience through One East Asia’s participation at the StART Art Fair to be held from 13 to 17 October 2021, at London’s iconic Saatchi Gallery.
Friends since their college days in the Philippines, Aleah and Abi have carved their own path as full-time artists specializing in a variety of mediums, including oil painting, embroidery, sculpture, and photography.
The StART global art fair showcases local London and international galleries together with individual contemporary artists worldwide for a rich and culturally diverse visual experience.
The Philippine Commission on Elections (COMELEC) has extended the registration period for all qualified voters to 14 October 2021.
Qualified voters who wish to register for the 2022 Philippine National Elections may proceed to 10 Suffolk Street, London SW1Y 4HG anytime from Monday to Friday, between 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with the complete set of requirements. No appointment is needed to register as a voter. For guidance on how to register to vote for the 2022 Philippine National Elections, please select the option that best describes your circumstances:
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The Philippine Embassy in London led the #Malong Movement in the United Kingdom as it showcased the traditional Filipino wraparound garment malong in its own “Move with Malong” event on 17 September 2021 at the Embassy grounds.
In attendance were ASEAN Ambassadors and spouses and other ASEAN diplomats.
Noting in his welcome remarks that the malong is related to the sarong, the long yi and the pla sin worn in other parts of Southeast Asia, Ambassador Antonio M. Lagdameo expressed hope that the event will bring a new appreciation for the highly versatile malong.
The program began with the “Pageantry of the Malong” performed by London-based Lahing Kayumanggi Dance Company, joined by some Embassy personnel.
The Philippine Embassy is currently finalising its plans to conduct a consular outreach in Dublin, Ireland from 8 to 10 October 2021. To help us plan for the consular outreach mission, please register your interest to file your passport application during the consular mission through this link.
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