Your Weekend Guide (January 10, 2020)

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The Quest for the Adarna

REPERTORY Philippines’ Theater for Young Audiences presents a musical retelling of the Philippine folk tale “Ibong Adarna.” The Quest for the Adarna has performances until Jan. 26 at Onstage Theater, Greenbelt 1, in Makati. In the kingdom of Berbania, the king falls mysteriously ill and can only be healed by the song of the mythical bird, Adarna, which can be found in its mountain home. His three sons take turns attempting the dangerous journey to help their father. Tickets are available through TicketWorld (, 891-9999).

Two exhibits at MO_Space

THE GALLERY will open two exhibits on Jan. 11 (which will run until Feb. 4) — Kristoffer Ardeña’s Geopoemas: Bacolod at the Main Gallery, and Czar Kristoff’s A Series of Suspended Readings No. 2 at Gallery 2. The gallery, located at MOs Design on Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, is open daily, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Silverlens hosts symposium

IN CONJUNCTION with its exhibitions Equation of State and ZIGAZIG ah!, Silverlens is hosting a symposium — “Local Matters: Martha Atienza and Yee I-Lann on Communities, the Environment, and Art” — where Dutch-Filipino artist Martha Atienza and Sabahan artist Yee I-Lann will discuss their art within a broader context. Joining them are community organizer Haley Atienza, artist Roberth Fuentes, compressor diver Mario Forrosuelo, weaver Kak Roziah, and community organizer Omarjan Ibrahim Jahuran. It will be held on Jan. 11, 1-4 p.m., at Silverlens, 2263 Don Chino Roces Avenue Extension, Makati City. Admission is free. Limited slots are available. RSVP at to secure a seat.