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Kwarantin | Junyee

Kwarantin Junyee virtual opening: 16 July, Thursday | 6 PM, Vargas Museum front lawn Click here to go to the Facebook event page of the exhibition for the latest updates. The UP Vargas Museum virtually presents Kwarantin, a new installation work by 2020 Gawad CCP Para sa Sining honoree (Visual Arts) and pioneering Filipino artist Junyee. The … Continue reading

Sounds in Your Head, Sounds in Your Thoughts | Noel Ed De Leon

Sounds in Your Head, Sounds in Your Thoughts Participatory Performance Noel Ed De Leon 15 August 2019, Thursday, starts at 2:30 PM UP Vargas Museum North Grounds Click here to go to the Facebook event page of the exhibition for the latest updates. The UP Vargas Museum is inviting everyone to Noel Ed De Leon’s participatory performance … Continue reading

1,976 Objects | Noel Ed De Leon

1,976 Objects Noel Ed De Leon 9 August to 7 September 2019 Opening Reception: 9 August, Friday at 6 pm 1F and 3F Galleries UP Vargas Museum Click here to go to the Facebook event page of the exhibition for the latest updates. The University of the Philippines Vargas Museum opens 1,976 Objects, a journey through the … Continue reading

Transpersonal, instructions

“Transpersonal, instructions” opens at the UP Vargas Museum on 14 December 2018, Friday at 6pm. Transpersonal activities invite participants to experiment with the boundaries between accepted notions of authorship and audience expectation—to play with the performativity of their roles and rethink the various modes of attention they are setting up. The “instructions” weave together a transpersonal, primary initiative of cultural and transnational exchange, that repeatedly encounter a restless ecology of contemporary art. Transpersonal, instructions looks with particular, collaborative attention, at non-Western difference and under–represented geographies in art like the communities working in the Philippines today. Continue reading

BEYOND MYSELF: Filipino Migrants’ Investments in Philippine Futures

Beyond Myself explores Filipino migrants’ aspirations for and investments in their own and others’ futures in the Philippines. Specifically it draws on and curates art works and visual images produced mainly through a series of participatory workshops with Filipino migrants living and working in London and Hong Kong. The arts based workshops enabled participants, mainly Filipino care and domestic workers, to reflect on the different meanings of development and their contributions. Continue reading

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