Art in the Park is Going Online, and it’s Going to be 8 Days Long

From August 10 to 17, Art in the Park, the country’s most anticipated affordable art fair, will go online for its first virtual edition at That’s eight days of affordable art featuring over 2,600 art pieces, with new works to be uploaded daily.

As in previous years, prices of artworks are still capped at P50,000.00, and Art in the Park Online will continue to benefit the Museum Foundation of the Philippines in support of their projects and programs for the National Museum of the Philippines and its network.

Here’s what to expect at this year’s Art in the Park 2020 Online:

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3 Ways Twitter Can Help Filipino Creatives Slay Their Game

Filipino creatives have always been active online, and it further amplified now that the new normal calls for people to adapt in the digital world. As the go-to platform for #WhatsHappening in and out of the creative scene, Twitter is a hub for everyone, especially Filipino creatives, to stay connected with what’s new and relevant today.

Be it for work or personal matters, Twitter can be a great platform for creatives to stay ahead of their game. We interviewed three Filipino creatives from various fields to know how they effectively use Twitter for their creative pursuits.

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Here are Quick and Easy Swiss Miss Recipes You Can Try at Home!

A funny social media post by Preview read, “My friends are no longer partygoers. They’re now chefs, baristas, DIY crafters, and K-drama addicts.” While it’s been almost a decade since I was a partygoer, it’s true that I have turned to cooking during this quarantine. Just this week, I learned how to cook a steak and deep fry (I cooked buffalo wings).

For those who are looking to try something new, why not try creating something new in the kitchen? If you’re into sweets, Swiss Miss shared two quick and easy recipes you can do at home using their products:

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5 Easy Steps to Make Your Binge-Watching Fun and Comfortable

If you’re like most people, you’re probably spending a good part of the community quarantine transfixed before your TVs or streaming gadgets. With most of our time being indoors these days, binge-watching has become a great and safe way to pass the long hours, allowing us to enjoy ourselves.

Reality TV on demand service hayu shares some tips on how you can avoid turning into a couch potato while watching your favorite entertainment series:

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LOOK: Green Cross, Inc. Donates Medical-Grade PPEs, Disinfectants

Green Cross, Inc., one of the largest producers of rubbing alcohol and bleach in the Philippines, has rolled out its “Together We Are Stronger” campaign in line with the fight against COVID-19. Last month, Green Cross Inc. started carrying out its second round of donation drives by turning over 10,000 locally-made, medical-grade personal protective equipment (PPE) to hospitals around the country in support of medical frontliners.

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The Country’s Biggest Content Creators Unite to Help Medical Frontliners

It has been three months since the COVID-19 crisis upended Filipinos’ lives, unleashing the bayanihan spirit that captures our best side. Despite everyone’s best efforts to lessen the pain that this pandemic has caused, the work is far from over.

With the continuing rise of positive cases in the country, the Creator and Influencer Council of the Philippines (CICP) recognizes its pivotal role in dealing with the pandemic by drawing on the collective power of creators and influencers, all of who can draw support for a cause.

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