Asia Society, New York, and Ayala Museum, Philippines present
Treasures of Forgotten Kingdoms
September 11, 2015 to January 3, 2016
Asia Society and Museum
Join us this fall for an exhibition of spectacular works of gold that highlight the prosperity and achievements of the Philippine Kingdoms, which flourished long before the Spanish discovered and colonised the region. Many of the objects–including exquisite regalia, jewellery, functional and ritualistic objects, ceremonial weapons, and funerary masks from the Ayala Museum and Bangkok Sentral ng Pilipinas Collections–are on view for the first time ever outside of the Philippines.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a series of opening events and a season of programming that will highlight the richness and diversity of Philippine culture and current affairs, and explore its cuisine, performing arts, film, design, literature, and more.
For more information, please visit the following links:
To arrange a group tour of this special exhibition, please call 212.327.9237 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
ORGANIZED by ASIA SOCIETY, NEW YORK, and AYALA MUSEUM, PHILIPPINES
MUSEUM HOURS AND ADMISSION
Tuesday-Sunday, 11 AM-PM
Extended (free admission) hours on Fridays, 6-9 PM
$ 12 Adults; $10 Seniors; $7 Students with ID.
Free for members and children under 16.
Subway: 6 train to 68th St
Hunter College or
F train to 63rd St/
ASIA SOCIETY and MUSEUM
725 Park Ave. (at 70th St.)
New York | 212.288.6400