( 2007 FELLOW – Directing )

The future of Asian Cinema, Asian Film Academy 2013Asian Film Academy (AFA) is an educational program hosted by Dongseo University, Busan Film commission and Busan International Film Festival to foster emerging filmmakers and establish Asian filmmaker’s network. Young talents from all over the Asia attend various programs mentored by the established filmmakers.

For past 8 years, 194 alumni from 29 countries graduated from AFA. Each year, they had unique experience of learning from established filmmakers in contemporary cinema such as Krzysztof Zanussi (Poland), Abbas Kiarostami (Iran), Kurosawa Kiyoshi (Japan), Im Kwon-taek (Korea), Mohsen Makhmalbaf (Iran), Hou Hsiao Hsien (Taiwan) and JIA Zhangke(China).




 (2013 RESIDENT ARTIST – Visual Arts )

UNIDEE in Residence, an international program open to artists, professionals, students and graduates of various university faculties organized by Cittadellarte-Pistoletto Foundation.

UNIDEE offers an experience unlike anything offered in any other university or academic program: a research-oriented practice that operates within each discipline and is directed towards the responsible transformation of society and the creative activation.
The UNIDEE programs are directed by Michelangelo Pistoletto. The course in residency includes an active participation in meetings and seminars hold by experts and professors of various humanistic, scientific, economic, political, artistic and social disciplines.
The overall objective of Unidee is to provide participants with the conceptual grounding (visions) and the operational competences (methods) needed to conceive and realize creative projects of Socially Responsible Transformation.

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( One of the 20 Laureate Artists of 2013 )

The UNESCO-Aschberg Bursaries for Artists

The UNESCO-Aschberg Bursaries for Artists Programme promote the mobility of young artists in order to enrich their personal perspectives, to develop their creative project, enabling them to engage in a cultural diversity dialogue.

The Programme offers residencies to young artists (between 25 and 35 years old) worldwide. UNESCO-Aschberg advocates and promotes creativity, highlights cultural exchanges and the need for artists to enrich their experience through contact with other cultures.


After the historical PEOPLE POWER REVOLUTION in 1986, the first ever art organization at the University of the East was established. “BUKLOD” a tagalog word which means “united” was used to represent the oneness of ideas and creativity of all the art visionaries in the college of fine arts; “SINING”or art, a product of human emotions and expressions. The two words combined to create a powerful name that holds the vision of different artists in all walks of life.


Founded on July 15, 1964, the UE College of Fine Arts Architecture and Design(CFAD) was originally established at the UE Ramon Magsaysay Research Center for Sciences, Humanities and Culture located on Aurora Boulevard, Quezon City. The Cultural School embraced three disciplines in its Conservatory – Music, School of Fine Arts and the Ballet School. It was formally opened on August 3, 1964, and was later renamed the School of Music and Arts. In a very short period of time, the School made a name especially in the Fine Arts, when the students garnered awards in various art competitions. It eventually evolved into quality institute of learning, contributing new names to Philippine art.

In May 1981, in the course of new developments in the University, the school of Music and the Ballet School were phased out, and the School of Fine Arts had to transfer to UE Caloocan Campus. Twelve years later, the School was elevated to College status.

Today, the UE College of Fine Arts continues to make its mark as among the premier art institutions in the country, offering students opportunities to develop into professional visual artists. With its focus on both comprehensive and fundamental art training and digital art technology, the students are kept abreast of the aesthetic and creative demands of the times.


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