My students 9yo Stella and her 5yo brother Georg decided to recycle the masking tapes we used in our painting exercise into washi tapes. They had so much fun so they decided to paint more using the extra paints on their plates!
2018 marks the 10th anniversary of MCAD. The Museum, which is part of the De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde, is a free, not-for-profit institution that delivers programming and content that encourages engagement with art and culture, its practice and production, as well as its presentation and interpretation.
Having established a distinct identity and developed a regional presence, the Museum must continue to evolve and develop its programming to create an innovative and inclusionary paradigm where “free access for all” addresses not only a cross-section of social classes, but also of knowledges.
All funds raised from the sale of donated works will support the launch of five new programmatic incentives and continue our ambitious exhibition program over the next three years.
Funding The Future is on view at Leon Gallery's brand new space, G/F Corinthian Plaza along Paseo de Roxas, Legazpi Village, Makati City. We are open from 10.00am to 7.00pm daily.
Auction — 8th September 2018
The ‘under the hammer’ auction event will take place from 2.00pm – 6.00pm on Saturday 8th September 2018 at Leon Gallery, Eurovilla 1, Rufino corner Legazpi Street, Legazpi Village, Makati.
Researching entails both scientific precision and creative imagination, both disciplined rigor and artful writing.
In this FREE seminar, participants learn how to integrate both science and art in the design, execution and presentation of research. It introduces participants to the specific structures of good research designs and papers while highlighting the use of imagination for crafting questions, determining variables, and writing effective prose. This seminar also discusses ways to address common challenges and pitfalls in doing research.
Copies of Researching Philippine Realities: A Guide to Qualitative, Quantitative, and Humanities Research by Jose Eos Trinidad will be available for sale at a 10% discount (P265.00).
Jose Eos Trinidad is Instructor at the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies and Coordinator for Research at the Ateneo de Manila Institute for the Science and Art of Learning and Teaching. He finished his Masters from The University of Chicago, where he won the Earl S. and Esther Johnson Prize for Best Thesis. His education research projects have been published in Education and Urban Society, International Journal of Children's Spirituality, and Leadership and Policy in Schools. He is the author of Researching Philippine Realities: A Guide to Qualitative, Quantitative, and Humanities Research (BlueBooks, 2018)
Dr. Nikki Briones-Carsi Cruz obtained her PhD in Southeast Asian Studies from the National University of Singapore under the supervision of acclaimed historian Reynaldo C. Ileto. Her dissertation on Moro-Moro Theater won the Wang Gung Wu Medal and Prize for Best Thesis in the Arts and Social Sciences. She is currently Assistant Professor at the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, and editor of Perspectives in the Arts and Humanities Asia, Journal of the School of Humanities of Ateneo de Manila University.
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This studio produces works in collaboration with nature, animals and people!
I do sustainable art and community projects mostly non-profit initiatives, design and implement creative works on any media and on site, promote and support programs on art and cultural heritage work, nature and animal welfare, care and protection.
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". . . and it may be that certain forms of play are an escape hatch for us from technology, a therapeutic hope, a little more methexis mixed with our mimesis, that is, participation as well as imitation. If we, all of us, had movie cameras and tape recorders and silkscreen, if we designed our own furniture, shaped our glassware, wove our own tapestries, set our own type, we might knit up the raveled sleeve of self. The rush of (a)esthetic theories upon us while we lie numb under the machines has divided us from our experience, has stylized our responses. We do not understand, but attitudinize. . . . Craftsmanship, the self-shaping of privacy, the health-giving labor, could be our way out . . ." - John Leonard