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History Ever After with Jennifer Hallock

Posted by ayalamuseum on February 7, 2017

Ayala Museum presents TALK History Ever After Writing and Story Development with Jennifer Hallock Part of LOVEFEST Friday, 24 February, 2017  | 2 – 5 PM Ayala Museum #AMLoveFest #BitterxSweet #ArtToHeart2017 Real history writes the best fiction in any genre. The unusual, precocious, and even dangerous heroes and heroines of real life are the ones who […]

TALK | In My Father’s Room

Posted by ayalamuseum on January 5, 2017

Ayala Museum presents TALK | PROGRAM SERIES In My Father’s Room with Patricia Araneta and Felice Sta. Maria Saturday, 14 January 2017 | 3 – 5 PM Ground Floor Lobby, Ayala Museum The legacy of Luis Ma. Araneta as a collector and connoisseur covered a wide range of interests, from Philippine colonial sculpture and paintings to Asian traditional arts and classical antiquities. […]

How to Publish Your Book Locally and Internationally

Posted by ayalamuseum on October 21, 2016

Ayala Museum presents How to publish your book locally and internationally with Samantha Sotto and Mina Esguerra 12 November 2016 | 2 – 5 PM Author and publisher Mina V. Esguerra will talk about the indie and hybrid route to publishing your book. Find out how you can self-publish your manuscript, and sell it as an ebook […]

Richard Coleman: Designing the Gherkin

Posted by ayalamuseum on October 19, 2016

Ayala Museum presents DesignTalks with Richard Coleman A Talk on Designing The Gherkin 4 November | 6:30 PM | GF Ayala Museum Ayala Museum’s DesignTalks series continues with another engaging lecture on architecture, this time by British architect and urban designer Richard Coleman. Coleman, a specialist in design assessment, heritage intervention, and townscape enhancement, spent his early career restoring and adapting both Windsor Castle and […]

DesignTalks: Locsin, Khadka, de la Cruz

Posted by ayalamuseum on October 3, 2016

Ayala Museum presents DesignTalks: Locsin, Khadka, de la Cruz Designers and Curators of the Venice Architectural Biennale’s first Philippine Pavilion Ayala Museum DesignTalks, a series of lectures with the country’s highly esteemed breed of design and creative professionals, returns this October with a talk by the architects who led the country’s first ever participation in […]

Sing Pait ng Pag-ibig: Food and Antonio Luna in Philippine History

Posted by ayalamuseum on October 1, 2016

Ayala Museum presents History Comes Alive! Sing Pait ng Pagibig: Food and Antonio Luna in Philippine History with Professor Ambeth Ocampo OCTOBER 15, 2016 | 3PM | AYALA MUSEUM GROUND FLOOR LOBBY Tickets P 375 Regular Adult P 300 Discounted* P 275 Student & Teacher P 267 Senior Citizens *AGC and Ayala Museum Members For inquiries and reservations: EMAIL: CALL: 759 […]

Fernando Zobel Prints and Drawings

Posted by ayalamuseum on June 30, 2016

Ayala Museum presents CONVERSATIONS IN ART Fernando Zobel Prints and Drawings A talk and demonstration by Pandy Aviado, printmaker Saturday, 2 July 2016 | 4:00 – 5:00 PM This Saturday, Ayala Museum has invited visual artist Virgillio “Pandy” Aviado to hold a talk on Fernando Zobel’s works and to do a demonstration on printmaking. This […]

Gutai Curator Talk

Posted by ayalamuseum on March 7, 2016

Ayala Museum, in partnership with Mitsubishi Corporation with special participation of The Japan Foundation, Manila, Philippine Airlines, and Sony Philippines, presents CONVERSATIONS A Taste of Gutai: Lito and Kim Camacho Collection A Talk on the Gutai Art Movement by Dr. Shoichi Hirai, curator National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto Sunday, 13 March, 2016 | 4PM […]

Rizal without the Overcoat – History Comes Alive!

Posted by ayalamuseum on August 13, 2015

Ayala Museum presents HISTORY COMES ALIVE! Rizal without the Overcoat with Dr. Ambeth Ocampo 29 August 2015 | 3:00 PM Ayala Museum Ground Floor Lobby Rizal without the Overcoat by Ambeth Ocampo has been in print for a quarter of a century and remains one of the most enjoyable means to re-discover the National Hero who […]

Manila: My City at War

Posted by ayalamuseum on January 21, 2015

“Now but a valley of shudders was Manila, where the famine had become visible as bloated bodies collapsed on the sidewalks.” Thus Nick Joaquin describes the city during the Japanese occupation in World War II, from 1942 to 1945. It was a time of hunger, pillage, rape, massacre, and bombing. Children were bayoneted in front […]