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Capturing Social Justice

Posted by ayalamuseum on March 8, 2018

Capturing Social Justice a talk with Rick Rocamora 24 March 2018 2:00PM to 4:00PM Free with museum admission A discussion on the challenges, opportunities, pitfalls to avoid, how to get funding, and using the correct distribution channels to reach your target audience for photographers interested in doing long-form photo-documentary projects based on 30 years of […]

History Comes Alive! Fake News

Posted by ayalamuseum on November 6, 2017

Ayala Museum presents HISTORY COMES ALIVE! with Prof Ambeth Ocampo Fake News: How to Get Away with Murder 28 October 2017, SATURDAY 3:00 PM | GF LOBBY Listen to true stories of famous untruths told throughout Philippine History. The renowned historian is back with another season of incredible true stories and little known facts about […]

History Comes Alive! Philippine Maps

Posted by ayalamuseum on October 12, 2017

Ayala Museum presents HISTORY COMES ALIVE! with Prof Ambeth Ocampo Philippine Maps: Labels and Boundaries 28 October 2017, SATURDAY 3:00 PM | GF LOBBY Maps of the Philippines are more than charts of land and sea they can also tell the story of nation. The renowned historian is back with another season of incredible true […]

INFERNO, PURGATORIO, PARADISO: Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy

Posted by ayalamuseum on September 18, 2017

Please be advised that tickets to the INFERNO lecture are SOLD OUT. Ayala Museum and Societa Dante Alighieri presents INFERNO, PURGATORIO, PARADISO Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy as presented by Prof. Paul Dumol  Travel to the gates of Inferno, the mountain of Purgatorio and all the way to the Paradiso. Explore the concept of after life based […]

History Comes Alive! 2017 Schedule

Posted by ayalamuseum on August 22, 2017

2017 LECTURE TITLES AND SCHEDULES 19 August / Rizal Nanaman? 30 September / Marcos Diaries (Limited tickets left) 28 October / Philippine Maps: Labels and Boundaries 11 November / Fake News: How to get away with murder All lectures will be held at 3pm-5pm TICKET PRICES Season Pass (for all lectures) Php 1,350  Regular P375 […]

History Comes Alive with Prof Ambeth Ocampo: Rizal Nanaman?

Posted by ayalamuseum on July 31, 2017

Ayala Museum presents HISTORY COMES ALIVE! with Prof Ambeth Ocampo RIZAL NANAMAN? JUST WHEN YOU THOUGHT YOU KNEW EVERYTHING 19 AUGUST 2017, SATURDAY 3:00 PM | GF LOBBY The renowned historian is back with another season of incredible true stories and little known facts about our nation’s past. Everything you wanted to know about Rizal […]

Art Appreciation: Understanding Cubism and Abstraction

Posted by ayalamuseum on June 28, 2017

Ayala Museum together with Instituto Cervantes presents ART APPRECIATION Understanding Cubism and Abstraction: Cubism and the Long Path to Picasso’s Guernica Date: July 8, Saturday Time: 3pm-5pm Venue: Ayala Museum Cubism is not just about squares. Learn how this movement that shocked people in 1900s continue to shock and confuse us until today. Speaker: Juan […]

Framing History: Education Programs

Posted by ayalamuseum on June 22, 2017

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 […]

PELIKULA: Talks on Philippine Cinema with Nick Deocampo

Posted by ayalamuseum on June 9, 2017

Ayala Museum presents PELIKULA: Talks on Philippine Cinema with Nick Deocampo P350 Regular P280 Student, Teachers, Seniors, AGC P315 Member P805 Season Pass   17 June 2017 COMEDY: Tawanan at Halakhakan Filipinos love to laugh and Pinoy movies have lots to offer—slapstick, satirical, sitcom comedy … even toilet humor. A pantheon of stars have developed […]

Conversations in Art: Eduardo Castrillo

Posted by ayalamuseum on May 9, 2017

Ayala Museum presents TALK | Conversations in Art Eduardo Castrillo Curatorial talk and personal stories with Jeannie E. Javelosa, guest curator 27 May 2017 | 3 – 5 PM Ayala Museum The exhibition curator Jeannie E. Javelosa shares with us accounts on Eduardo Castrillo–the man, the artist, his major works, the stories behind them, and his key innovations and […]