Create Your Masterpiece With Gus Albor and CRWN at Ayala Museum's 2nd Creative Nights
by Jace Amodo, January 23, 2019 3:33pm
A scene at Gus Albor's "Territory" exhibit. Photo by Jace Amodo/Inside Manila
Ever wondered what a museum filled with 49 years worth of minimalist art looks like? Ayala Museum put together just that in Territory: Gus Albor - Works from 1969-2018. As a follow-up to this exhibit, the museum is holding an event quite out of the usual.
"Creative Nights," an enchanting interpretation of music's marriage to art, is set to return for its second run, happening on February 8, from 6 pm to 9 pm, at the Ayala Museum Lobby. The event will feature none other than renowned abstractionist Gus Albor and Manila-based producer and beat maker CRWN.
At its core, "Creatives Nights" is all about inspiring museum-goers to make art themselves. Attendees will experience art beyond the canvas and the stage, which in this case is Gus Albor's exhibit and CRWN's performance, respectively. Inspired, guests will produce their masterpiece using various art materials provided by the museum.
"I really get happy when I see him in his element. I'm not surprised na a lot of people appreciate him kasi he pours his heart and soul into his works," Jamila Geronimo, Gus Albor's daughter, told Inside Manila during the exhibit launch on November 26, 2018. Mute the curiosity and feel the same joy because each admittance to "Creative Nights" also includes access to Territory!
Tickets are at 700php (Regular) and 900php (walk-ins) and are available via Ticketworld. VIP tickets—priced 1,500php each—includes priority seating, a meet-and-greet with the artists, an exclusive tour with the museum's senior curator, and more.
Expect a night of unbridled creative inspiration, celebration, and collaboration, designed for the creative community.
The Ayala Museum is at Makati Avenue corner De la Rosa Street, Greenbelt Park, Makati City, and is open Tuesday to Sundays, from 9 am to 6 pm For more information, visit www.ayalamuseum.org or follow @ayalamuseum on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
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