Welcome to the Ayala Museum Education portal for news and updates on our various workshops, lecture series, and other educational programs.
Feel free to email email@example.com or call (632) 759 82 88 and ask to be connected to the Tours and Education group should you have further inquiries.
KIDS AND TEENS
Mommy and Me (Ages 2-6)
Storytelling, Arts and Crafts
Have your child learn important creative and motor skills–the best way to bond with your child. Good for dads too!
Inspiring, engaging, and fun arts and crafts workshops introducing art, culture and history to the kids. Learners are guided with a step-by-step process and given time to independently and creatively work with their fellow students.
It is never too early to learn the techniques of photography. For either kids or teens who have a knack for capturing moments. Learn photography in a safe museum environment.
Let them express themselves in writing–weaving tales, creating characters, and crafting stories.
Learn tips and tricks to improve your own writing from professional of the field. Try new techniques in creative writing, travel writing, poetry, and non-fiction.
Improve your visual vocabulary by learning basic to intermediate photography skills from the industry leaders and contemporary artists. Street Photography, Photographical Essay, Food and Travel Photography are one of the few highlight themes.
Explore the beauty of fine arts –from watercolor, illustration, acrylic painting, oil painting, and other traditional media. Learn techniques to achieve desired effects, understand how to take care of your materials and rediscover your hidden creativity.
LECTURES AND DEMOS
Conversations in Art
Straight from the source! Listen to artists, scholars and curators as they share their knowledge and experiences. Watch demonstrations and join tours featuring the current exhibitions.
Art Over Coffee
Get up close and personal with this exclusive event! Featured artists and curators share their personal stories about current exhibitions—over coffee.
Day with the Artist
Get creative! Spend an inspiring time with a renowned artist in an exclusive art demonstration or workshop.
Professionals in the field of design and architecture talk about their portfolio and personal experiences.
History Comes Alive!
History like never before. A lecture series on Philippine history by the popular historian and columnist, Prof. Ambeth Ocampo.
The Printed Word
– Lecture series on books, literature, and publishing spearheaded by the Filipinas Heritage Library
Day at the Museum
Be an Ate or Kuya for the day with your fellow employees. Companies can give an opportunity for elementary shool children or from different sectors of the society to explore and appreciate the colorful and unique history and culture of the Philippines.
A fundraising event in partnership with Rotary Club of Makati West to support heart surgery indigent children and free days at the museum.
Learn more about our programs by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ceramics Study Center
Ceramics are perhaps the most functional and universal form of art that has endured for millennia amidst modernization. Students, teachers, and scholars are welcome in the Ceramics Study Center in the fourth floor to examine more than 2,000 ceramic objects (from the Robert T. Villanueva Foundation) that showcase the artistry of Chinese potters, or browse through 700 publications on the art and history of ceramics (courtesy of John D. Forbes).
We encourage visitors to set an appointment prior to their visit.
Please call Tenten Mina at (632) 759-8288 local 8289, or e-mail her at email@example.com for inquiries, or to schedule an appointment.
Filipinas Heritage Library
The Filipinas Heritage Library, a division of the Ayala Foundation, Inc. (AFI), is a one-stop electronic research center on the Philippines. We provide access to the wealth of Filipino heritage through the latest in information technology and telecommunications.
The Library houses over 13,000 contemporary volumes on Philippine history, art, language, religion and the social sciences, and over 2,000 rare titles, rare books on microfiche, maps, and an extensive library of slides and photographs.
It has also ventured into the digitization of its collection, CD-ROM publishing, as well as the development of web pages and electronic databases.
Whole day library access can be availed at the Ayala Museum ticket counte for Php 100, discounted to Php 50 for senior citizens and students. For more information, visit their website.