In celebration of International Women’s Month and in partnership with the Ateneo Library of Women’s Writings (ALiWW), we are hosting an ArtSpeak session with visual artist, Agnes Arellano on March 11 at the Ben Chan ArtSuite. Join us as she discuss her works from Inscapes, an outdoor installation on view at the outer coves of Areté, and her artistic practice, tools, and inspirations highlighted in ALiWW’s new exhibit, “Sacred Feminine: Objects, Images and Imaginings”. This talk will be moderated by ALiWW Executive Director, Ms. Isa Nazareno.
Opens on 9 February, Sunday, 4PM
Ateneo Art Gallery
Wilson L Sy Prints and Drawings Gallery
2/F Soledad V Pangilinan Arts Wing, Areté
Ateneo de Manila University
It’s our last event for 2019! Last November 24, we opened our newest exhibition, NOT VISUAL NOISE, that features the works of 31 artists engaged in photography-based art practices and whose works broadly represent what is happening in the fields of photography today.
Curated by artist, writer, cultural organizer, and educator, Angel Velasco Shaw, Not Visual Noise is a seminal photography exhibition that will feature more than 30 artists living in the Philippines and in the Filipino diaspora.
24 November (Sunday) | 1:00-3:00 PM | Ben Chan ArtSuite, 2F Soledad V Pangilinan Arts Wing | Areté, Ateneo Art Gallery
Join us for an ArtSpeak with Master Conservator Ephraim “Eddie” Jose as he discusses his recent art conservation projects in Ladakh, Bhutan and Ubud.
Know more about our latest show, Yellow Ambiguities, as co-curator Carlomar Daoana conducts a guided tour of the exhibition. This activity is free and open to the public!
Agnes Arellano looks back into her 36 years of practice in Inscapes. Combining several sculptures created from 1983 to 1996, Agnes retraces her life’s journey through works that dwell on the themes of Sacred Feminine, Eros, yin and yang, mythology, and psychology among other inspirations.
From his beginnings at the Academia de Dibujo y Pintura in Manila, to his travels to Rome, Spain, and then to Paris, Juan Luna painted monumental canvases reflective of the influences of his setting and his time. These canvases that would solidify his acclaim in the West and soon there after, in how we remember our history as a Filipino people.
Join Krista Nogueras, shortlisted artist for the Ateneo Art Awards 2019 – Fernando Zóbel Prizes for Visual Art, in this hand-building ceramic workshop!