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Inspire Every Day 2015

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Following the success and warm reception garnered by the launch of their campaign Inspire Every Day! last July 19, 2014, Ayala Museum is holding another free admissions day coupled with a diverse set of pocket events to create a museum experience like no other.

There is just one important condition guests are requested to do in return: “Be kind.”

This event will zero in on the concept of kindness—particularly through inspiring artist activities and the generation of awareness for AFI’s volunteer opportunities.

On Saturday, July 25, 2015 from 9AM to 6PM, visitors are free to enter Ayala Museum to enjoy its permanent exhibitions on Philippine historical eventspre-Hispanic gold from the Philippinesindigenous Philippine textilesAsian trade ceramics, and Fernando Zobel paintings, which have inspired visitors for generations. Also on view are the following changing exhibitions: Beautiful Handicrafts of Tohoku, Japan, a traveling exhibition brought by The Japan Foundation Manila to showcase the traditional crafts of areas struck by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami; From Citadel to City: Juan Luna paintings and 19th century prints from the BPI Collection, showing the parallels of the development of Juan Luna’s art to social realism and the rise of the city of Manila as seen in the works on display; and Felix Laureano: First Filipino Photographer which exhibits the work of the Panay-born pioneer.

Also in the roster of what is to be expected on the 25th are interactions with Filipino creatives: painter and illustrator Valerie Chua, contemporary visual artist Leeroy NewUp Dharma Down front woman Armi Millare; as well as daylong hands-on activities designed by popular local apparel brand TeamManila, artist collective Ang Ilustrador ng Kabataan, and specialty arts and craft retailer Craft Carrot. Manila Symphony Orchestra’s woodwinds section and artists from the Tago Jazz Cafe are also slated to perform in various areas of the museum throughout the day.

The event will also premiere a short film by noted wedding and events videographer Jason Magbanua composed of crowd-sourced video clips solicited through his official Instagram account (@jasonmagbanua), showing various acts of kindness.

A special mini-bazaar area will also serve as a haven for special discounts on artistic and unique merchandise from the MuseumShop, TeamManila, and Craft Carrot.

 

Mechanics

To avail of the free admission, guests are requested to fill up a registration form upon arrival to join the Ayala Foundation mailing list and volunteer opportunities available for them in Ayala Foundation, Inc., namely the following:

  • Feeding the Mind
    Volunteer as storytellers at CENTEX, an Ayala Foundation-run public school for bright children from impoverished communities.
  • Playing for Confidence
    Volunteer coaches in futsal and ping pong are welcome to make sure our bright young minds in CENTEX are well rounded and active!
  • Capturing Joy and Success
    Shutterbug? Volunteer as a photographer to document the joy and inspiration from  Ayala Foundation’s events and community activations
  • Designing for Impact
    Help Ayala Foundation effectively communicate its programs by serving some of its graphic design, photo editing, and video editing needs.

Guests can submit the accomplished form to the present Ayala Museum representative. In exchange, they will be given kindness currencies which they can use to enter the museum for free, participate in the special inspire stations, and avail of discounts from the Ayala MuseumShop.

Special Inspire Stations (at the ground floor lobby, limited, requires kindness currencies)

  • Postcards of creativity and kindness by Valerie Chua | 10 AM
  • Session with Armi Millare (details to be determined) | 1 PM
  • Wear Leeroy New‘s wearable sculptures from the Aliens of Manila series | 4PM

Whole day activities (until supplies last)

Hourly musical performances 

  • Manila Symphony Orchestra (woodwinds) | 10AM (2nd Floor), 11AM (Ground Floor), 2PM (4th Floor)
  • Musicians from Tago Jazz Cafe | 11 AM (3rd Floor), 1 PM (Ground Floor), 3PM (Ground Floor), 5PM (Ground Floor)

Premiere of Jason Magbanua short film

  • Every hour

 

Terms and conditions

  1. Admission is free from from 9AM to 6PM during July 25, 2015.
  2. By accomplishing the registration form, guests are agreeable to be included in the Ayala Foundation database to receive updates on future volunteer opportunities. They are free to unsubscribe any time.
  3. Guests shall receive a value of 500 kindness currencies to be able to enter the museum for free, participate in special inspire stations and avail of applicable discounts in the mini-bazaar. These are not convertible to cash and can only be used on July 25, 2015.
  4. Admission to the Filipinas Heritage Library is also free on this day. Please ask the security guards at the 4th Floor for assistance.
  5. Photography is allowed only at the 1st and 2nd Floors of the museum.
  6. Guests should avoid bringing luggage, big bags, backpacks, and umbrellas (that are not foldable) for these will have to be deposited at the baggage counter. The following items are strictly prohibited in the museum:
  7. Food and drinks
  8. Pets
  9. Professional photography and video cameras and accessories (DSLR, camcorders, tripods, lights, etc.)
  10. Flammable items
  11. Sharp Objects
  12. Tools
  13. Weapons and firearms

Please observe good conduct and show other guests courtesy at all times. Inspire by being polite, careful, and considerate!

Catch the latest announcements and update on this event through our official social media channels: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram. Ayala Museum also encourages everyone to use the hashtag #InspireEveryDay before, during, and after the event to spread the positivity! For inquiries, email marketing@ayalamuseum.org.

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