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                    [Title] => A ‘top secret’ suprise for abe licaros with his Ateneo Class ’57
                    [Summary] => Successful real state and business magnate Abelardo “Abe” Licaros celebrated his birthday with the Ateneo Class ’57.
                    [DatePublished] => 2019-03-27 00:00:00
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                    [Focus] => 1
                    [AuthorID] => 1510163
                    [AuthorName] => Maurice Arcache
                    [SectionName] => Fashion and Beauty
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                    [ArticleID] => 1892537
                    [Title] => Asian Cultural Council and León Gallery make the future of art possible
                    [Summary] => For many artists, especially those who are just beginning to establish their practice, a grant from the Asian Cultural Council (ACC) is a boost to their creativity as it gives them the time, space, and resources to pursue research, study, or creative work in the United States as well as in other key countries in Asia. 
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                    [AuthorName] => Carlomar Arcangel Daoana
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                    [Title] => Art Philanthropy, unmasked
                    [Summary] => Why is Andres Barrioquinto wearing a face mask?
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                    [AuthorName] => Millet M. Mananquil
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                    [Title] => Asian Cultural Council presents Barrioquinto
                    [Summary] => Portraits by contemporary artist Andres Barrioquinto form the highlight of an art event on Nov. 8 presented by the Asian Cultural Council (ACC) as part of its 55th anniversary celebration in partnership with the National Museum.
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                    [Title] => Spotlight on Filipino art in Japan
                    [Summary] => Pintô International, with the cooperation of the Asian Cultural Council (ACC), showcased the works of 50 Filipino artists through Pintôkyo, a group exhibition held at the Hillside Forum in Shibuya, Japan.
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                    [AuthorName] => Pepper Teehankee
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                    [Title] => Art for the artists
                    [Summary] => 

Fulfilled. Accomplished. Enriched.

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“Our March 8 auction is close to becoming a museum exhibit on Philippine art history,” says Karen Kua-Lerma about Salcedo Auctions’ much-anticipated twice-yearly sale offering old and modern Philippine masters and leading contemporary artists.

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People say that the holiday season ends after Three Kings.

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To send light into the darkness of men’s hearts — such is the duty of the artist.” The words of 19th-century German composer Robert Alexander Schumann have never rung truer than these times, when amid the gloom and despair brought about by a series of calamities that plague the nation, the country’s cultural scene triumphs with the vivid-colored brightness of hope.

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It seemed incongruous, a dinner at the Metropolitan Museum of Manila to mark the 50th anniversary of the Asian Cultural Council exactly a week after Typhoon Yolanda ravaged parts of our country. 

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