3F Galleries, Announcement

Last few days of Sandra Dans’ ICONOLATRIA at the 3F Galleries

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ICONOLATRIA by Sandra Dans will have its last day on April 30. Visit the museum from Tuesday to Saturday, 9am to 5pm. Admission donation to Iconolatria covers also admission to all other exhibitions at the museum.

📧 : vargasmuseum@gmail.com
📞: 928-1927

The exhibition has an online feature at Art Plus Magazine.

APRIL 2016 insta Iconolatria Final Week

Iconolatria features Dans’ photography spanning three different projects: “I Am”, “Mga Santong Kanto” and “Stampitas”. The exhibit uses the lens of Catholic iconography to examine contemporary ideas of self. Complementing the exhibit are different materials from the Vargas Museum collection – specifically stampitas and prayer cards of Marina Vargas, and images of Jorge B. Vargas. Activities for the exhibition are posted in the Iconolatria Facebook event page.

 

 

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About Jorge B. Vargas Museum

It aims to preserve its collection donated by Jorge B. Vargas and conducts research, exhibitions, publications, and educational programs. The Vargas Museum and Filipiniana Research Center houses a museum, archives, and library devoted to the Philippine history, art, and culture from the late 19th century until the post-war era. Its main beneficiaries are students, faculty, researchers and scholars of the Philippines and Asia.

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Object at the Beyond Myself exhibition:

Nathalie Dagmang and Curating Development
Postcards to OFWs in Hong Kong and London
2017-ongoing

Visitors are encouraged to write responses on postcards. The postcards are digital copies of the 2017 workshop outputs by migrant workers in 2017. The 2018 Summer Art Workshops by Fernando B. Sena resume on 10 April. Registration is ongoing. The workshops are for kids (8+), teens, and adults.

Schedule: Every Tuesday 
9-11:30am (Beginner)
2:30-5pm (Advanced)

Each level is a total of eight sessions.

For details, please contact Mr. Sena at 376-2196 or 0918-951-9989 or the Vargas (Glenn/Linda) at 928-1927 during office hours. #drawing #painting #stilllife #portraiture #landscape #figures #Repost of visual artist @renz.baluyot's take of Junyee's Bridge at the front lawn and Indy Paredes's Tiyad on a column of the Vargas building. The two projects are part of Living Architecture show. @artkitekturafestival Here are photos from colleagues from Scalabrini Migration Center PH of the exhibition opening of Beyond Myself last 15 February. We thank the families and friends of migrant workers, academics, the U.P. Office of the Chancellor, and all guests for coming to the launch. This is a Curating Development project initiated by a team at #Goldsmiths, and is a partnership among several artists, organizations and collectives in the #Philippines, #London, and #HongKong. On 22 February 1987, the Jorge B. Vargas Museum and Filipiniana Research Center was formally inaugurated. Today, the Vargas celebrates 31 years of museum work. @artkitekturafestival Artkitektura presents Exhibit Encounters at the UP Vargas Museum

28 February (Wed) 
2:30pm - Guided tour of the Living Architecture Exhibition 
3:00pm - FROM NATURE TO ARCHITECTURE: Gaudi's Sagrada Familia with Ar. Choie Funk

Free and open to the public, limited slots. Pre-register via vargasmuseum@gmail.com. 
The story of Gaudi's life speaks of the mystery of all exceptional talent with which every human being could be endowed. Coupling this notion with that particular era during which he was born, Gaudi's whole work was an expression of a period. The Basílica de la Sagrada Família, as with his other works, spans realities of the 19th century straight through the 21st, as we expect its completion in 2026.

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