Following the success in engaging audiences through unique museum experiences in the past two years, Ayala Museum is once again undertaking Inspire Every Day; a free admissions day coupled with a diverse set of pocket events, this time made possible with CNN Philippines Life and Avida.
With the tagline “Inspiration Got Us Started, Passion Keeps Us Going,” Ayala Museum is calling on its audience this year to share their passion for art, culture, and history. Activities like the “Passion Pitch” curated by Muni, will provide individuals a stage to talk about what inspires them and what keeps them moving them forward.
On Saturday, July 30, 2016 from 9AM to 6PM, visitors are free to enter Ayala Museum and the Filipinas Heritage Library to enjoy its permanent exhibitions on Philippine historical events, pre-Hispanic gold from the Philippines, indigenous Philippine textiles, Asian trade ceramics, and Fernando Zobel paintings, which have inspired visitors for generations. Also on view are the following changing exhibitions: Object Travelogue/ Dialogue, an exhibition showcasing objects from the Ayala Museum collection that have been flown in different parts of the world to be featured in landmark exhibitions; Sanso: Setting the Stage, an exhibition of the artist’s stage and costume design work as a scenographer enriched by reproductions of his designs by artists Toym Imao and James Reyes; and The Diary of Tetsuya Noda: Steven Co Collection, artworks that visualizes intimate, autobiographical scenes in the life of Japan’s leading contemporary printmaker. There will also be a special collaborative exhibition by Viva Manila and the Philippine Lego Users Group depicting the grand architecture of old Manila.
Scheduled throughout the day are activities where guests can get up close and personal with some of today’s renowned Filipino creatives: photographer BJ Pascual, filmmaker Jerrold Tarog, and painter and calligrapher Anina Rubio. Each session will be a chance for audiences to get tips, insights, advice, new learnings, and inspiration on passions they share with the aforementioned personalities.
There will also be daylong hands-on activities at the ARTWORK booth, KulAYALA coloring stations, and a pop-up yoga class for kids led by Fire Tree Press. Manila Symphony Orchestra’s Junior Orchestra, Ballet Philippines and artists from the Tago Jazz Cafe are also slated to perform in various areas of the museum throughout the day.
A special mini-bazaar area will also serve as a haven for special discounts on artistic and unique merchandise from the MuseumShop, Push by BJ Pascual, Firetree Press and ARTWORK.
Guests will also enjoy one hour of free connectivity through the Globe High-Speed Free GoWiFi service, which will be available permanently at Ayala Museum beginning July 30, 2016.
More details will be posted on Ayala Museum’s official website (www.ayalamuseum.org) and social media channels (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) leading up to the event. For inquiries, call 759 82 88 local 29 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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