What's On
March 2017
Trip Advisor
Celebrate the creativity of women this March
Wynn Wynn Ong: Redefining Boundaries
March 8 - June 15, 2017
G/F Masters Gallery, 2/F Catwalk, and
3/F Bridgeway Foyer and Gallery

Redefining Boundaries is a retrospective showcasing the 15-year journey of Burmese jewelry designer Wynn Wynn Ong. On view are her heirloom jewelry, furniture, couture, and objets d’art. The exhibit also features 18 portraits of Ong’s muses captured by model-photographer Jo Ann Bitagcol.

Ong is known for her meticulous attention to detail and use of age-old techniques to ensure the individuality of each piece. Her works are reflections of her family’s roots in Burma, her life now in Manila, and her interest in environmental sustainability.

Wynn Wynn Ong: Redefining Boundaries is presented by Yuchengco Museum with support from Wynn Wynn Ong Artisanal Works in celebration of Women’s Month.

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Wynn Wynn Ong Gifts

Give the gift of a Wynn Wynn Ong design. The jewelry designer has set up a pop-up shop at our lobby for the duration of the exhibit. Browse and shop for merchandise such as notecards, tote bags, makeup kits, key chains, umbrellas, and coffee-table books.

Digital Dimensions:
Video Art Projections by Naoko Tosa

Closes March 31
3/F Cone Room

Catch Naoko Tosa’s Digital Dimensions before it closes at the end of the month. The Cone Room on the third floor is transformed into a scenic environment with the projections of Tosa’s Genesis video series, which features dry ice and Japanese colored inks on water. Also on exhibit is Sound of Ikebana, a Tosa video art projection from the collection of Lito and Kim Camacho.

Known for her use of cutting edge technology, Tosa used high-speed cameras to explore Zen concepts of chance inspired by Rimpa, a major historical school in Japanese painting.

Digital Dimensions: Video Art Projects by Naoko Tosa is presented with the support of The Japan Foundation, Manila and with thanks to the Agency for Cultural Affairs of the Government of Japan.

A Celebration of Artistic Excellence

2/F Dragon Gallery

National Artists for Visual Arts from our collection take center stage in the exhibit A Celebration of Artistic Excellence. Side-by-side are the works of Fernando Amorsolo, HR Ocampo, Vicente Manansala, Victorio Edades, Ang Kiukok, and other luminaries who have shaped the landscape of Philippine art.

For the first time, we are displaying the citations that conferred each esteemed artist to the Order of National Artists.

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Young Artists' Studio Summer Art Workshops

Three times a week (MWF and TThS)
April and May batches

This summer, Young Artists' Studio is offering a new line-up of workshops perfect for every aspiring artist from ages 4 and up. Encourage your kids to take an interest in the arts by signing them up to one of the many classes this April and May: art for beginners, painting, drawing, comics illustration, and fashion illustration.

All workshops will be held at our galleries. Adults can join in on the fun. For reservations and details, email youngartistsstudio@gmail.com.

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