[Blueboard] PHILIPPINE ART HISTORY: COLONIAL TO CONTEMPORARY

Ria T. Aguilar rtalamayan at ateneo.edu
Fri Sep 7 15:23:10 PHT 2012


Take a trip through the more than hundred year history of Philippine
art at the Ateneo Art Gallery with its Philippine Art Lecture Series.
Taught by experts in the fields of colonial, academic, modern and
contemporary art, the series will give participants an overview of the
development of Philippine art from the 19th century all the way up
today?s lively art scene.


7 Sessions
Saturdays 9 am ? 12 noon



Philippine Colonial Art
22 September
Fr. Rene Javellana, SJ

Fr. Javellana teaches in the Fine Arts Program of the Ateneo de Manila
University.  He has authored several books on Philippine architecture
and style including : ?La Casa de Dios : The Legacy of
Filipino-Hispanic Churches in the Philippines?, ?Fortress of Empire:
Spanish Colonial Fortifications of the Philippines, 1565-1898??,
??Wood and Stone for God?s Greater Glory: Jesuit Art and Architecture
in the Philippines??, ??Filipino Style??, ?and  ??Intramuros In and
Around: An Interactive Guide??



Art in the Academic period - Damian Domingo to Fernando Amorsolo
29 September and 6 October
Dr. Eloisa May Hernandez

Eloisa May Hernandez, Ph.D. is Assistant Professor at the Department
of Art Studies University of the Philippines.  She is the author of
Homebound: Women Visual Artists in 19th century Philippines and
co-author of a Philippine Art and Culture, part of a series of books
for high school students which aims to stimulate understanding of and
appreciation of the multi-cultural nature of Philippine society.



Modern Art in the Philippines
20 and 27 October
Ma.Victoria Herrera

Ma. Victoria Herrera is the officer-in-charge of the Cultural Center
of the Philippines' Visual Arts and Museum Division.  She is a
lecturer in the Ateneo de Manila University?s Fine Arts program and
Assistant Professor in the Department of Art Studies, University of
the Philippines. She has curated numerous exhibitions including Yuta:
Earthworks by Julie Lluch, A Retrospective; Windows to Conversations :
Roberto Chabet, Lee Aguinaldo, Fernando Zobel; and Lee Aguinaldo : A
Retrospective.



Philippine Contemporary Art
10 and 17 November
Dr. Flaudette May Datuin

Flaudette May V. Datuin, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor in the
Department of Art Studies at the University of the Philippines and
co-founding editor of Ctrl+P, a Contemporary Arts Journal launched in
2006 with information about contemporary art and culture in the
Philippines and internationally. Datuin is also the author of Home
Body Memory: Filipina Artists in the Visual Arts, 19th Century to the
Present.  She has curated numerous exhibitions including the recent
multi-venue exhibit featuring local and international artists titled
Nothing to Declare.


Attached is the registration form. Kindly accomplish and send back
once done. For inquiries and/or clarifications, please contact me on
the below numbers or through this email address.


-- 
Ria T. Aguilar
Gallery Assistant
Ateneo Art Gallery
Ateneo de Manila University
Loyola Heights, Quezon City
1108 Philippines
Tel +6324266001 ext. 4160
DL/Fax +6324266488
Website: www.ateneoartgallery.org
Follow us on twitter: @ateneogallery
-------------- next part --------------
A non-text attachment was scrubbed...
Name: PHILIPPINE ART HISTORY LECTURES registration form.doc
Type: application/msword
Size: 88064 bytes
Desc: not available
Url : https://lists.ateneo.edu/pipermail/blueboard/attachments/20120907/b6d1ac87/attachment-0001.doc 


More information about the Blueboard mailing list