Projects

The Brutalist Metro Manila Map is @brutalistpilipinas’ attempt at showcasing the ubiquity and diversity of examples of brutalist architecture within the capital region.

Outlooke Pointe Foundation (OPF) gave its support to JAF Handicraft and Piña Industry, together with Angelina Bakeshop, in the design and production of washable face masks distributed to vulnerable groups in different barangays in the municipality of Kalibo, Province of Aklan

Last February 6-8, 2020, OPF was a sponsor for Paghilom 3 in Alitaptap Artists Community, Brgy. Halang, Amadeo, Cavite with the theme 20/20 Linaw Tanaw.

The Orange Project in partnership with Outlooke Pointe Foundation presents Being Alone, an exhibition of paintings by Precille Love Tanate, a UP Cebu student.

856G Gallery presents Resetting the Clock, an iteration of the 2018 exhibition at the Cultural Center of the Philippines under the venue grants program.

On Conflicts & Terrains is an exercise on depicting and describing a landscape — a configuration of natural formations and architecture where events unfold and experiences are lived.

PAGHILOM 2, Cavite’s biggest art festival occupies Amadeo Artists, students, teachers and cultural workers in Cavite unite to restage PAGHILOM, the first and biggest artist-initiated arts festival in the province that will run from February to March 2019.

Artletics Inc in partnership with Art Cube Philippines and Outlooke Pointe Foundation invites everyone to the second installment of the Bulatlat forum series on December 8, 2018 at the Art Cube Gallery.

The Joya Gallery in cooperation with Outlooke Pointe Foundation proudly brings you NUDi EXposed, an exhibition of recent paintings by UP Cebu Fine Arts Faculty Yvette Malahay-Kim

Outlooke Pointe Foundation (OPF) spearheaded a music outreach project in collaboration with Ang Misyon’s international music camp 2017 at Barangay Asisan, Tagaytay City on June 15, 2017.

“Unang Agos” was an exhibition featuring artists Zeus Bascon, Sergio Bumatay III and Mica Cabildo.

The OPF held an Artist Summit on June 2012 in Sta. Monica Beach Resort, Dumaguete. This was OPF’s first effort in Dumaguete. Resource speakers included writer and filmmaker Ian Casocot, art historian Jutsze Pamante, artist and sculptor Karl Aguila and ceramic artist Takeshi Muroyama.

The OPF celebrated with the Diocese of Tagbilaran on its 75th anniversary through an art exhibit saluting the Boholano family.

The OPF in cooperation with the Sigma Rho Council, presents Sulong Sining III: Seekers of the Right. The concert was held on February 25, 2012 with music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Giacomo Puccini and Claude Bolling.

As a New Year’s resolution for the year 2012, the OPF carried on its mission of finding ways to continually uplift Filipino national pride. A wall calendar was conceived to reflect on the character and wit of the Filipino.

The Philippine Embassy in Madrid, Spain recently commemorated the 113th anniversary of the Philippine Independence and the 9th Dia de Amistad Hispano-Filipina (Philippines-Spain Friendship Day) with a special event that featured 12 paintings by young artists from the Philippines.

The OPF in collaboration with the Institute for Pastoral Development, held a concert entitled Sulong Sining: Men of Mission and Music on February 19, 2011 at the Insular Life Auditorium in Alabang.

For its 2010 Artist Summit, OPF carried on its artist residency program focusing on the artistic background of the Province of Benguet through talks with local artists and tours of the local artistic spaces.

Launched in Manila Ocean Park on March 13, 2010, “On Tatay’s Boat” by Cey Enriquez exhibits how art and storytelling is a most capable medium for advocacy.

The Outlooke Pointe Foundation opened the year 2010 with Sulong Sining, a concert showcasing the talents of classical pianist Joshua Alexander Manalo and the Himig ng Muntinlupa Chorale.

“Sampalataya”, the Filipino’s ability to believe in something bigger than all of us, was the theme of the Tagaytay Artist Summit.

Giving gravity to the pivotal role that artists play in stirring social change, 9 artists converged at the beautiful island of Panglao, Bohol to share insights and rekindle each other’s inner patriotism.

This was a collective photography effort aimed to foster a new sense of awareness among the youth and the civilian sector about what it means to be a policeman.

For its pilot project, Outlooke Pointe Foundation (OPF) highlighted the use of photography as an instrument of empowerment.

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