Ayala Museum open till midnight on Halloween | Lifestyle.INQ

OCTOBER 27, 2022

For the first time ever, the Ayala Museum is opening its doors to everyone who wants to experience a night at the museum. Midnight Museum happens this Oct. 31 with all galleries open for viewing from 8 p.m. until 12 midnight!

It will be a night of inspiring Philippine art, history, and culture with a touch of whimsy and a pinch of horror. Midnight Museum tickets —P500 each or P450 for employees of Ayala Group of Companies and Ayala Museum members)—include admission to all galleries.

what's upTwo headline contemporary art exhibitions will also be kept open for viewing: “Mexico: Fantastic Identity, 20th Century Masterpieces” from the FEMSA Collection featuring the works of Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco and other Latin American masters; and “Journey Through Space: The Visual Odyssey” of Fernando Zobel.

There will also be special activities including a screening of “The Voices of a Distant Star” by award winning director Shinkai Makoto, a short animated film from the Japan Foundation film library, with robots, aliens, romance and something for everybody.

The Sipat Lawin Ensemble will also join the fun with a special performance-tour titled “Apparition,” taking guests on a mysterious journey throughout the whole museum.

The ticket also entitles the holder to one complimentary drink from Museum Café that night, where the fun continues after midnight. The after party, dubbed Carte Blanche, will include live performances, visuals, DJ sets and Halloween cocktails.

The complete schedule of activities will be posted at www.ayalamuseum.org and Ayala Museum’s official social media channels soon.

Call tel. 7598288 ext. 29 or e-mail education@ayalamuseum.org.

Gift-wrapping and plush toy-making workshops

Yuchengco Museum presents Furoshiki Gift Wrapping  Workshop on Nov. 8, 3-5 p.m.
Give yourself a headstart this Christmas and make your holiday season more eco-friendly by trying the Japanese art of Furoshiki gift wrapping.

The Japanese art of Furoshiki gift wrapping uses pieces of cloth as the wrapper. Learn how you can use a bandana or handkerchief to wrap gifts of different shapes and sizes. Using traditional Furoshiki techniques with today’s ribbons and charms; discover how you can wrap gifts that friends and family will want to receive first and unwrap last.

Workshop fee is P600, inclusive of materials.

The museum also presents the Plush Toy Making Workshop on Nov. 9, 2-5 p.m.

Create your own stuffed toy from scratch and spend quality time with your children at our hands-on Plush Toy Making Workshop. In three hours, learn how to make your own plush toy, from cutting the pattern (or making your own) to stuffing the toy and sewing it all together. Choose from three plush toy options: pink teddy hug bear, blue teddy hug bear or a googoo monster.

The workshop is open to children at least 5 years old, as well as adults. Children between 5 and 8 must be accompanied by an adult, who will help create the plush toy.

Instructors  are Apol Lejano-Massebieau and  Fiona Fajardo-Hernandez.

Workshop fee is P1,000, inclusive of materials and supplies.

Contact Elma Abrina at tel. 8891234; e-mail info@yuchengco museum.org
Fundraising golf tournament

The Resurrection of Our Lord Parish will hold a fundraising and goodwill golf tournament on Oct. 29, Wednesday at the Villamor Golf Club in Pasay City to finance improvements in church facilities and various charity programs.

Ticket price is P2,700 and includes the green fee, caddy fee, mulligans, lunch and a raffle ticket. Two hole-in-one prizes include a Piaggio motorcycle van and Suzuki GD 110 motor bike. There will be other major prizes and giveaways.

Tee-off time is 7:30 a.m.

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