Inspiration can come in different forms, and that’s the beauty of being an artist – they are not boxed by rules when they execute their work to bring life to an idea; they have the license to display their creativity and panache.
UPV’s Bamboo Initiatives
Fast-growing, renewable, and versatile are just some of the adjectives used to describe bamboo. It can be turned into furniture, used to create structures, or serve as ornaments. While it’s gaining traction as an alternative to wood, it still has some ways to go before it hits its full potential, which is why the University of the Philippines Visayas (UPV) is promoting bamboo and the industry through its initiatives.
Two years since the pandemic shut down theatres and rendered many cultural productions floating in limbo, the UPV Cinematheque opens its doors for the grand three-day screening and awarding of Kevin Pison Piamonte's FAMAS-winning masterpiece "SOLO".
PALANUBLION SANG KAHAPON, PANAAD SANG PALAABUTON
Maayong aga! This theme invites reflection. Perhaps, there are those among us who will ask if this is not, in fact, contradictory. We cannot embrace the past and the future at the same time. Or can we?
Chancellor Clement C. Camposano shared his views on remote learning in the June – July 2021 issue of The ASEAN. Entitled “The Shape of Things to Come,” Chancellor Camposano expounded on how the COVID-19 pandemic magnified, in one way or the other, the role of technology in higher education.
Education, Inequality, and Indigeneity
Members of the Board of Regents, President Danilo L. Concepcion and the other officers of the U.P. System, the chancellors of the different constituent units of the U.P. System, members of the U.P. Visayas administration, the faculty, staff, and students, members of the graduating classes of 2019 and 2020, the alumni and friends of the University… a pleasant afternoon!