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Framing History: Education Programs

Ayala Museum, in partnership with the Assisi Development Foundation, presents

Education Programs | Manansala & Manalad: Framing History

June – August 2017

In celebration of the 119th year of the declaration of Philippine independence from Spain, the Ayala Museum, in partnership with the Assisi Development Foundation, launched the first-ever public exhibition of 70 original drawings on Philippine history by National Artist Vicente Manansala and Amadeo Manalad last June 12, 2017.

Scheduled exhibition-related education programs include:

Talk | Conversations in Art
June 28, 2017, Wednesday, 3 PM

Exhibition curator Manolo Quezon III and Visual Arts Consultant Imelda Cajipe- Endaya share their curatorial and artistic perspectives on the exhibit, with a focus on the historical contexts and contemporary re-interpretations of Manansala and Manalad’s framing of Philippine history.

FREE (Members) | Museum Admissions (Regular)

Tour | Special Guided Tour
June 30, 2017, Friday, 2 PM (Members), 3 PM, 4 PM, 5 PM (General Public)

Free exhibition tour and gallery walk with our museum guides. See and learn more about major highlights of the exhibit.

FREE (Members) | Museum Admissions (Regular)

Audio Guide | Philippine History: A Time Travel Experience
July 1, 2017 –  August 27, 2017

This audio guide experience is best for families and kids. Find the missing historical artifact in the museum while learning about timeless Filipino values.

30 – 40 minute Guided Experience | P75 per Audio Guide

Demo-Workshop | Cartoons in History
July 9, 2017, Sunday, 2 PM 

Political cartoonist and Publisher Boboy Yonzon retraces the history of komiks in the Philippines and shares tips and tricks on how to make your own historical cartoons.This demo-workshop is best for teens and young adults.

Fees (TBA)

Workshop | Big and Small: Historical Mask Making
July 29, 2017, Saturday, 9 AM 

Inspired by faces from the past? Let stories from Philippine history come alive in this Historical Mask Making workshop for the family, facilitated by Bru and Marcus Nada (Electro Lychee).

Php 1650 (family of three) | Php 550 (per additional pax)

Film | Framing History Film Fest

August 5 and 12, 2017, Saturday, 2 PM 

Relive the past through cinema. Watch films about Philippine History such as Ganito Kami Noon, Paano Kayo Ngayon (1976) and other classic films from and about the past.

FREE (Members) | Museum Admissions (Regular)

Scheduled exhibition-related education programs are in conjunction with the current exhibit Manansala & Manalad: Framing History, ongoing until August 27, 2017.

For inquiries and reservations:
CALL: 759 82 88 local 8272 or 8267
EMAIL:, look for John Balaguer

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