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Renowned Artist Nune Alvarado Launches First Exhibit in ILOMOCA entitled, 'Songs from the Sea'

In the coastal city of Sagay in Negros Occidental, Filipino artist Nunelucio Alvarado has made not only a home but a community.

"Inaawitan ko ang dagat," sats Alvarado of the peace he found in this place -- the kind that has paved the way for a new kind of prosperity, one that feeds back into his community to enrich the lives of its members through art.

His latest series of paintings and objects dubbed as "Stories of Restoration, Songs from the Sea" is composed of works that appear to be a far cry from the jarring depictions of life in the cane fields and mills for which Alvarado has been known. Instead, the artist takes inspiration from the community he helped create, giving back through art what he himself has gained after over three decades of practice.


"Tonight marks another milestone for us at Megaworld Foundation as we celebrate the first year since we ventured into the intricate world of museum management, and already we are closing the year with yet a…

Iloilo Shines with Banaag Festival 2018’s Amazing Light Show | Press Release

Fresh from being hailed as the Philippines’ Best Municipal Festival at the recently held 2018 Pearl Awards, the highly anticipated 14th Banaag Festival in Anilao, Iloilo drew excited tourists from all over the country who came to witness the much talked about Festival of Lights and the spectacular culminating program that set the night blaze with beautiful dancing flames last October 31.

Following the symbolic lighting of the torch, which was lead by Iloilo 4th District Congressman Ferjenel “Dok Ferj” Biron, along with Anilao Mayor Lee Ann Debuque and Anilao Vice Mayor Matet Debuque, this year’s Banaag Festival presented fierce and more enchanting cultural presentations of eight competing tribes vying for the coveted Banaag Festival Dance Drama Competition Championship.

Banaag Festival is a cultural tradition in Anilao, Iloilo which was inspired by local sentinels during the Spanish era who guarded bamboo watchtowers and warned residents of incoming pirates by lighting the torch as a si…

Four Choices To Make Money

We understand that living our lives with limited resources will make us feel unfulfilled and unsuccessful most of the time. I am here writing this post to open up an idea that will surely blow your mind and will change your outlook towards life. Learn new things on how to acquire time and financial freedom by owning your non-traditional business.

Opportunity Ahead
by Diamond Georgina, Ph

According to Robert Kyosaki, there are only 4 ways to acquire income. Get ready, sit back and relax,  as we discuss wonderful ideas.


Thefirst way to earn is through employment. It enables you the freedom to choose a job (or a work) that you like to do from 9 to 5. However, employment limits your potential becoming a greater you because you are sense-fully building your boss' dream and not your dreams. I am not saying that being employed is bad, but what we are trying to input is employment isn't the way if you want to earn a satisfactory income and even a better life.

Secondway to earn is through S…