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Including artworks by Fernando Amorsolo.
Stories of evacuees being saved from the Taal Volcano's recent eruption have filled the news. Aside from our fellow Filipinos, however, another thing in danger is Taal City's many historical artifacts. From jewelry to paintings and other artworks, the city is rich
Time to visit a museum again!
Recently, the House of Representatives passed a resolution honoring 80-year-old neurologist and prominent art enthusisast Dr. Joven Cuanang for his contributions not only in the medical science but also for the art world. Cuanang is known for his love of the arts,
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What colors come to mind when you think of Christmas? Red. Green. Maybe white or gold.Well, The Dessert Museum is all decked out in pink, putting an unexpected twist to the holidays, and honestly, we're so into it. Feast your eyes on
Because it's Museums and Galleries Month!
The Philippines is observing Museums and Galleries Month, which aims to arouse national consciousness on Filipino culture and heritage. According to the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, museums and galleries, whether they're small or unique, are vital to enhancing national consciousness
It opens on October 26!
Indulge your senses in a museum experience unlike any other at Van Gogh Alive, a multi-sensory exhibition displaying the great auteur's masterpieces laid out for viewer interaction. The exhibit will be staged at One Bonifacio High Street for a limited time only
Time for a field trip!
Yuchengco Museum will celebrate International Museum Day on Friday, May 18, by offering free admission to all its exhibitions and galleries!IMAGE Yuchengco MuseumEvery year since 1977, the International Council of Museums (ICOM) has organized International Museum Day every May 18th to highlight
It's another good reason to fly to Visayas!
Dubbed the Queen Regent's City in the South, Iloilo City in Western Visayas offers an interesting blend of the old and new, its traditional structures going hand in hand with the comforts of a bustling capital. This is especially true in the