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Vestments for Worship Wrapped in Identity

Posted by ayalamuseum on June 5, 2017

Ayala Museum is proud to present the exhibition Vestments for Worship Wrapped in Identity: Museum of Transfiguration Abbey Collection, showcasing the liturgical vestments designed and created by Dom Martin Hizon Gomez, OSB. The collection of Filipino inculturated vestments shows beautiful indigenous handwoven textiles and design motifs from all over the country. When a priest celebrates […]

Aiko Tezuka: Unraveling, Restoring

Posted by ayalamuseum on June 9, 2015

Ayala Museum and Galerie Michael Janssen present Aiko Tezuka Unraveling, Restoring June 9 – July 19, 2015 Third Floor Exhibition Hall Ayala Museum, in partnership with Galerie Michael Janssen Singapore, presents the unique exhibition Aiko Tezuka: Unraveling, Restoring from June 9 to July 19, 2015 at the Ayala Museum Third Floor Multi-purpose Hall. Her work weaves a […]

Common Threads

Posted by ayalamuseum on May 8, 2015

Ayala Museum and The Prince’s School of Traditional Arts present Common Threads Indigenous Philippine Textiles and the Language of Traditional Art 14 May 2015 | 3:00 PM Second Floor, Ayala Museum Join us for an afternoon with Dr. Patricia Araneta as she shares her learnings from her research among the B’laan and T’boli communities in Saranggani province, with […]

Art and the Order of Nature in Indigenous Philippine Textiles

Posted by ayalamuseum on October 21, 2014

Ayala Museum is proud to announce the opening of a major ethnographic exhibition, The Art and Order of Nature in Indigenous Philippine Textiles beginning October 24, 2014 at its Fourth Floor Galleries. The centerpiece of the exhibition is the generous donation by Mercedes Zobel to the Ayala Museum, which consists of 111 textiles representing indigenous […]

Embroidered Multiples

Posted by ayalamuseum on February 4, 2014

The exhibition features selections from the Leiden National Museum of Ethnology’s collection of Philippine garments acquired from the French diplomat Brejard, who served in Manila from 1881 to 1886. The collection includes rare, embroidered silk trousers or sayasaya worn by Philippine elite men, formerly known only through nineteenth-century watercolor images. Multiple examples of delicately embroidered […]