Pelagia, Carmen, Paz not Luna or Hidalgo. While all names play a vital part in Philippine art history, this lecture will uncover names hidden between old newspaper clippings, displayed in a lesser known world fair, or annihilated by the bombs of the Second World War.
Learn more about stop motion animation as the Alcazaren Brothers introduce participants to the art of stop-motion animation in three modules, all involving hands-on work. This workshop is open to participants 13 to 18 years old.
This event is presented with support from the Embassy of Spain in the Philippines and in cooperation with the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design.
PRINT(Ed): The AAG Print Collection Revisited aims to develop a basic understanding of printmaking as a medium. Curated by Pandy Aviado, the exhibition discusses the history of printmaking and how the AAG Print Collection grew through the contributions of its founder Fernando Zóbel and other leading printmakers.
The inaugural project of the Ignacio B Gimenez Outdoor Installation Grant Program.
Join us for the launch on 7 April 2019, Sunday, 4PM at the Ignacio B Gimenez Amphitheater in Areté.
Everywhere, There You Are will be on site starting April 7 until September 8, 2019.
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Spend the first weeks of summer with Ateneo Art Gallery’s Kids Art Camp and discover a variety of media with practicing visual artists!
The Ateneo Art Gallery celebrates the National Arts Month with the launch of Domènec. Not Here, Not Anywhere, a touring exhibition by Catalan artist, Domènec, organized in partnership with the Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA) and with the assistance of the Embassy of Spain to the Philippines.
Sit down for a conversation with visual artist Alfredo Esquillo in this conversation moderated by exhibition curator Renato Habulan.
“Continuing Spirit: Alfredo Esquillo,” a 25-year retrospective, gathers 37 of Esquillo’s major works representing various artistic stages.
“to paint / to weave” started after a journey by artist Thao Nguyen Phan to visit Rags2Riches (R2R) and its artisan communities. The short trip had an immense effect on the thought and the manifestation of “to paint/to weave”. However, its conception has begun long before this milestone trip. To paint / to weave is a series of watercolor painting on Vietnamese silk. The paintings depict the scenario of women weaving in various forms, the action is removed from its original setting and has become romanticised and idealised in a timeless, non-specific environment.