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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Ties of History: Art in Southeast Asia [UP Vargas Museum]

L-R, clockwise- Ties of History: Art in Southeast Asia featured artists— Amanda Heng (Singapore), Roberto Feleo (Philippines), Anusapati (Indonesia), Do Hoang Tuong (Vietnam), Chris Chong Chan Fui (Malaysia), Yasmin Jaidin (Brunei), Min Thein Sung (Myanmar), Vuth Lyno (Cambodia), Jedsada Tangtrakulwong (Thailand), Savanhdary Vongpoothorn (Laos) Ties of History: Art in Southeast Asia Venue: Metropolitan Museum of Manila, University of the Philippines Vargas Museum, and Yuchengco … Continue reading

2018 Curatorial Development Program – Call for Applications

The Japan Foundation, Manila, UP Vargas Museum, and Philippine Contemporary Art Network (PCAN) announce a call for applications for a Curatorial Workshop in October 2018. The program is aimed at enhancing expertise in curating contemporary art and related platforms. Selected participants are required to present an exhibition/art project proposal at the workshop and three participants … Continue reading

Bridges: Mariano Ponce & Jorge Vargas

In cooperation with Museo ng Baliwag 3F Sensorium, UP Vargas Museum Exhibition Run: 26 June to 27 July 2018 Opening Reception: 26 June, Tuesday at 4pm Bridges: Mariano Ponce & Jorge Vargas looks into the lives of Mariano Ponce and Jorge Vargas, who both served as representatives of the Philippine government to Japan in times … Continue reading

Tumba Tumba Children’s Museum of Philippine Art: A Proof of Concept Exhibit

19 June to 27 July 2018 1F and 3F Galleries UP Vargas Museum Opening Reception: 19 June, Tuesday at 4pm UP Vargas Museum, in cooperation with The Center for Art, New Ventures, and Sustainable Development (CANVAS) and with support from Panta Rhea Foundation and Blanc Gallery, presents Tumba Tumba Children’s Museum of Philippine Art on … Continue reading

Viay nu Ivatan: Ivatan Lifeways

Through painting, photography, and illustration, the daily life of Filipinos inhabiting the northernmost island of the country is portrayed and annotated in this exhibition. According to Datar, the Ivatan culture is shaped by strong typhoons, rough seas, and meager resources. He explains that it exemplifies a particular relationship of a people with their environment. As depicted in Datar’s and Gonzales’s works, the exceptionally beautiful terrain of the province is accented by equally beautiful and highly industrious people. Datar further states that each household is oftentimes self-sufficient, enjoying a considerable degree of independence; and that the beauty of the province lies in its relative isolation and the uniqueness of its culture. Continue reading

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