Watch the webinar by visual artists Celine Lee, Christina Lopez, and Miguel Lorenzo Uy who will discuss their respective shows shortlisted in the 2021 Ateneo Art Awards. The talk will be moderated by Purita Kalaw-Ledesma Prizes for Art Criticism winner, Carla T. Gamalinda.
Congratulations to the winners of this year’s AAA-PKL Prizes for Art Criticism! In case you missed the virtual awarding event last 15 September 2021, you may view the recording on the official Facebook page of the Ateneo Art Gallery and the Kalaw-Ledesma Foundation, Inc. To learn more about the writers and to read their
We invite you to watch the awarding event of the Ateneo Art Awards-Purita Kalaw-Ledesma Prizes for Art Criticism on 15 September 2021, 4pm.
With the theme "Navigating Crisis: Arts and our Futures," the Purita Kalaw-Ledesma Prizes 2021 invite essay submissions that reflect on crisis.
The next season of Ateneo Art Awards will resume in 2021. Entries that were submitted earlier for the Purita Kalaw-Ledesma Prizes in Art Criticism category will be considered for next year.
In line with the annual Purita Kalaw-Ledesma (PKL) Prizes for Art Criticism, the shortlisted writers were announced at the press luncheon last 17 July 2019 at the Grand Atrium, Shangri-La Plaza Mall. Artists who were shortlisted for the Fernando Zobel Prizes for Visual Art were announced in the same event
In partnership with Ateneo Art Gallery, KLFI is pleased to announce the initial list of exhibitions to be reviewed by writers interested in submitting entries for the 2019 Ateneo Art Awards-Purita Kalaw-Ledesma Prizes in Art Criticism.
The Purita Kalaw-Ledesma Center announces its Call for Interns for the last quarter of 2018. The internship period is from 19 October to 30 November 2018. Undergraduate and graduate students from the fields of Art Studies and Arts Management are encouraged to apply. The PKL Center will accept two interns
The Kalaw-Ledesma Foundation, Inc. (KLFI) congratulates the winners of the Ateneo Art Awards-Purita Kalaw-Ledesma Prizes for Art Criticism. Alec Madelene Abarro received the ArtAsiaPacific prize for her entry, “An Organized Chaos: Navigating the Looban” which reviewed Rodel Tapaya’s exhibit at the Ayala Museum titled Urban Labyrinth. Mary Jessel Duque was