LEISURE

4 virtual events to check out this week of April 27 to May 2

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In "Mga Lamang Poste," artist and printmaker Anton Villaruel posits, "What if there is a different breed of engkantos in the postes that we pass by in the street?" In photo: "Laman sa Poste" (detail). Photo from CARTELLINO/FACEBOOK

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines Life, April 27) — This week, explore the storied legacy of a university campus, learn more about plant and human relations, peep (and maybe buy) collagraphs inspired by “another breed of engkantos,” and sign up for some creative community modules.

Mga Lamang Poste

The works in Anton Villaruel’s “Mga Lamang Poste” were borne from the artist’s observations of the posts he would come across along Teacher’s Village in Quezon City. During these walks, Villaruel thought that “perhaps another breed of engkanto lives in plain sight of us, in the metal.”

Visit Cartellino to browse Villaruel’s collagraphs in “Mga Lamang Poste.” The exhibit is up untl May 29. 

Legacies of the University of Santo Tomas

In “Legacies of the University of Santo Tomas,” Maria Eloisa G. Parco de Castro takes a look at the storied legacy of the university from its origins in its Intramuros campus.

This lecture is part of the Intramuros Learning Sessions. The event is scheduled on April 28, at 3 p.m. through Zoom. Visit the event page for more details.

Creative Communities Learning Lab

Starting April 28, the British Council is launching its series of learning modules for creative and cultural professionals, designed with input from those who run creative spaces in Southeast Asia and the U.K. To wit: managing digital communities and new ways to monetize creative work.

The courses are free and self-led. Visit the British Council website for more details.

Contribution of archaeology in our understanding of People-Plant relationships in the Philippines

Museo ng Kaalamáng Katutubò presents a lecture about how humans have used plants for subsistence, etc. At the center is the exploration of how our rice-based agriculture may be more recent as previously expected.

The lecture is on Thursday, April 29, 3 p.m. and will be live streamed through the Museo ng Kaalamáng Katutubò Facebook page. Visit the event page for more details.