Ang UP Diliman Sentro ng Wikang Filipino, sa suporta ng Opisina ng Tsanselor at pakikipagtulungan ng Opisina ng Bise-Tsanselor para sa Gawaing Pangmag-aaral, UP Main Library, Kolehiyo ng Arte at Literatura, Kolehiyo ng Agham Panlipunan at Pilosopiya, DZUP, UP Advertising Core, at Tanghalang Bayan ng Kulturang Kalye ay magdaraos ng iba’t ibang aktibidad kaugnay ng pagdiriwang ng Buwan ng Wika 2015 na may temang “Wikang Filipino: Danas at Paglikha sa Diwa ng Bansa.” Magsisimula ito sa ika-30 ng Hulyo hanggang ika-28 ng Agosto at katatampukan ng mga sumusunod na akademiko at kultural na aktibi
To cap Sining Banwa’s fourth year of creative and cultural work in the Bicol Region, and to open its fifth theatre season, the group proudly lifts curtain for their original one-act play ‘Gymgurls’. This will also mark the launching of ‘Sining Banwa EQUALove Project: Equal Rights, Equal Love’ which is a cultural campaign on HIV & AIDS awareness and prevention, an advocacy supported by the Department of Health – Region V (DOH-V) and Albay AIDS Council.
Inaayayahan ang lahat ng mag-aaral na interesado sa pag-aaral at pagsusulat sa larangan ng Filipino na nakatuon sa alternatibo at kontemporanyong media, panitikang eksperimental at multidisiplinaryong pananaliksik na lumahok sa isang makabuluhang talakayan, palitan at bahagian sa taunang palihan ng SANGAY PILANTIK ng Kapisanang Diwa at Panitik-PNU.
The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) launched today Performatura 2015, Performing Literatures to be held on November 6, 7 and 8 in various venues of the Center to celebrate its 46th year. The three-day event is free or open to the public.
“Performatura 2015 forms part of the literary programs of the CCP spearheaded by the Intertextual Division,” CCP Vice President and Artistic Director Chris B. Millado said. “We have opened the event to the general public specifically for the young people to realize our vision of ‘Art matters to the life of every Filipino’,” he added.
The Davao Writers Guild, in cooperation with the National Commission for Culture and the Arts and the University of the Philippines Mindanao, is now accepting applications to the 2015 Davao Writers Workshop to be held October 27 to October 31, 2015. Fifteen fellowships are available, of which four will be given to writers from outside Davao but residing in Mindanao.
South Writers League (SWL), a community of writers in the South (NCR South + CALABARZON), is holding a free webinar for aspiring freelance writers titled "How to Score Your First Freelance Writing Gig". This online learning event is happening on July 24, Friday, 7PM via Google Hangout.
Sa July 24, 2015 ganap na 1:00 hanggang ika-5:00 ng hapon, sa Bulwagang Balagtas, Ninoy Aquino Learning and Resources Center, PUP, Ang Biyaheng Panulat (Caravan Para sa Panulat na Naghahanap sa Bayan), isa sa mga itinuturing na pinakamalalaking proyekto ng taon sa larangan ng literatura ay gagarahe.
Magkakaroon ng talakayan hinggil sa mga isyu at paksang bihira o hindi tinatalakay sa mga kumbensiyunal/pormal na forum sa literatura. Magre-report din ang mga writer ng Biyaheng Panulat tungkol sa mga nagawa’t natutuhan nila sa pagiikot sa iba’t-ibang unibersidad.
THE PHILIPPINE Center for the International PEN (Poets & Playwrights, Essayists, Novelists) has launched the F. Sionil José Young Writers Award, a competition for short fiction in English.
First prize is P50,000; sec- ond, P30,000; and third, P20,000.
The award is endowed by the children of the National Artist José and Tessie Jovellanos José–Tonet José, Evelina José Cichy, Brigida J. Bergkamp, Eddie José, Eugene José, Alex José and Nikko José—”to honor our father’s legacy to the young writers of the Philippines,” said Cichy.
Former political detainee Ericson Acosta will be launching his book of poems and songs in Filipino, Mula Tarima Hanggang, on July 17, 2015, Friday, 5:00 pm at Mt Cloud Bookshop. The launch will include musical performances and poetry by Ericson Acosta, Renato Reyes, Jr. of BAYAN and members of the Baguio community followed by an open mic and book signing.