PAWA or (Philippine American Writers and Artists) is a non-profit organization whose goal is to create and encourage literature and arts for the preservation and enrichment of Filipino and Filipino American historical value. The blog actively disseminates Filipino culture to various levels of readership audiences by providing news, reviews, announcements and literary events. The organization also aims to bridge the gap between authors, artists and book publishers.
Based in Brooklyn, New York, Hyperallergic is a forum for serious, playful and radical thinking about art in the world today. Regular contributor, An Xiao Mina has interesting viewpoints about her experiences in Los Angeles, Beijing, and Manila.
A little blah blah (albb) is an artists' initiative in Saigon Vietnam that since 2005 has operated as a platform for contemporary art through a wide range of channels including projects, exhibitions & events, screenings, talks, a residency program, internships and an open-access archive of art books & catalogues. Their program has evolved in a pioneering spirit, in response to the gaps and needs of the Saigon art scene.
runway is an independent, not-for-profit publication managed by a group of Sydney-based artists, writers and curators which supports and presents practices that are experimental, conceptually driven and community based.
Frank Prattle is an interview style radio show in New York run by artist Zefrey Throwell geared primarily towards community education. The aim is to help people understand and enjoy the art world through the words of the art-stars and professionals who live it everyday.
Culture Pundits is a carefully curated network of today’s leading cultural websites and blogs. This affiliation incorporates a group of the most reputable, top-trafficked sites covering visual art, literature, architecture, film and design, as well as important cultural topics in the news.
Karbon Journal is an online journal that uses a multidisciplinary approach in discussing the urban issues and issues of the visual culture in the Indonesian urban space, and analyzes a variety of contemporary art practices that are born in the city or about the city.