Ayala Museum has a Virtual Way to Celebrate International Museum Day
by Inside Manila Team, May 21, 2020 11:27am
Art by Dani Elevazo
We are not allowed to go outside and visit places physically. But our situation won’t stop us from celebrating International Museum Day and National Heritage Month. Ayala Museum took this opportunity to celebrate arts and culture in a safe way for all of us. They’ve laid out their programs this May and we are excited to witness each one virtually
Millennium of Contact Film Screening
A Millennium of Contact: Chinese & Southeast Asian Ceramics in the Philippines presents fine examples of Chinese and Southeast Asian trade ceramics found in the Philippines from the Roberto T. Villanueva Foundation Collection.
This short film introduces the technology involved in the ceramic production process and explains how these wares serve as evidence of our country's active participation in regional and global trade from the 9th to 19th century.
This video will only be available on our YouTube channel until May 19, 12am.
Ayala Museum x Animal Crossing Island Exhibition
From May 20 to 22, Ayala Museum brings the experience to an Animal Crossing Island near you! Visit their galleries featuring renowned Filipino artists Juan Luna, Damian Domingo, and Jose Honorato Lozano, drop by our Museum Shop, and chill for a bit in our beachside Museum Cafe.
Slots are limited so sign-up for a visit here.
Kids Curate: Make Your Own Exhibition
On May 22, kids can role play as a curator or a tour guide. The little ones can create their own exhibit using the Ayala Museum Collection. This activity allows kids to learn about Philippine pre-colonial culture and history while understanding how an exhibition is designed.
Fernando Zobel: Toward Abstraction Virtual Tour
Experience Fernando Zobel's art with a virtual tour of his exhibition, Toward Abstraction, with narration by our senior curator. Stay tuned for this virtual visit on our Youtube channel on May 23.
We can still have fun and enrich our knowledge about our arts and culture without leaving at home. In this way, we can learn something new and protect ourselves and others by staying at home.