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stARTing Conversations: Sensitive Topics

stARTING Conversations: Explaining Issues and Sensitive Topics to Kids

Through the Adarna Books featured and through the discussion of the process of their writers and
illustrators, be familiar and know how to introduce and explain sensitive issues and topics to your
children in a language that is understandable and appropriate for their age.

9AM-12NN| SEPT 1, 2018
TOPICS:
– Martial Law | Lecture by Rommel Joson (illustrator of Isang Harding Papel)
– Embracing special needs and abilities | Lecture by Kristine Canon ( Author of Sampung
Magkakaibigan)

9AM-12NN| SEPT 9, 2018
TOPICS:
– Unconventional family settings |Lecture by Kata Garcia (Author of My Family)
– Dealing with loss and trauma | Lecture by Ergoe Tinio (Author of Salusalo para kay Kuya)

2-DAY PASS
Regular: P 1050
*Inclusive of lecture participation+4 featured books + museum admission

ONE-DAY PASS:
*Inclusive of lecture participation+2 featured books + museum admission
P550 Regular
P450 AM Member, AGC, Teachers
P392.86 PWD, Senior Citizens
ABOUT ADARNA HOUSE:
For over 35 years, Adarna House has been responding to the need of Filipino children to have enjoyable
literary experiences. Our books now serve Filipino kids of every age across the world—from birth
through teenage years. It is they who keep us committed to our duty: to create good playmates,
classmates, and friends not only for children, but also for art, literature, and country.

HOW TO RESERVE A SLOT:

1. ANSWER THE REGISTRATION FORM:
http://bit.ly/2018AMlectureRegistration

2. PAY:
Option 1: Cash, check or credit card payment at the Ayala Museum ticket counter

Option 2: Through bank payment to Ayala Foundation, Inc. (account no. 0011-1490-14) at any BPI
branch. Deposit slip copies must be emailed back to us together with information which talk schedule
and the ID if availing of discounts.

 

Terms and Conditions

Tickets are non-refundable

Tickets are non-transferable to other Ayala Museum lectures

Seating

An area will be stanchioned off for reserved seating.

Seats will be on a first come first serve basis.

Venue will be open to guests starting 8:30AM

5 minutes before the lecture, reserved tickets will still be accepted, however vacant reserved seats will
be offered to walk-ins guests.

 

For more information please e-mail education@ayalamuseum.org or call 759-8288 loc 8272

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