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12.08.2009 - If you have balikbayan relatives coming home for the holiday season, and looking for new places to see, but couldn't go to destinations because its time consuming. Maybe you could suggest going to museums, that can give them something to see the art and culture side of the country.

The Philippines is rich with art and culture aside from nice beaches to destinations. Seeing one of the seven wonders of the world is not the only place to be in awe or to be astound. We have the local museums to feed the hungry mind with some interesting tidbits that you might find interesting...

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Zero In Museum Series is composed of four museums and one art gallery only in Manila. We Filipinos are rich in culture and what great way to bring your relatives to these museum and to be amazed with unique Filipino art.

The experience could be a different take from traditional traveling to destinations. But to know how we trace our history through the wonders of our past and how we celebrate our Christmas or other important holidays in the calendar. I'm sure this is the definite places we could go when all the tourist spots and hotels are packed.

Exhibits are a rarity these days and most people aren't aware how rich our culture is. Based on what I hear about these four museums and one art gallery its something looking forward to bring relatives. There's five locations to take them like the Lopez Museum, Ayala Museum, Ateneo Art Gallery, Bahay Tsinoy, and Museo pambata.

From October to January of next year these museums have set date exhibits, that I suggest looking forward to see with your balikbayan. Something new to see and to enriched the minds with Filipino culture. So check out the dates below on what to see in these museums that you can Zero In.

Zero-In Exhibition Dates:

Ayala Museum: The Ring of Fire: The First Southeast Asian Ceramics Festival opens September 21 until October 4, 2009
Ateneo Art Gallery: Beyond Frame: Philippine Photomedia opens on October 1 until December 15, 2009
Lopez Memorial Museum: Deleted Scenes opens November 12, 2009 until January 9, 2010
Bahay Tsinoy: Remembering opens November 12, 2009 until January 9, 2010
Museo Pambata: Invisible Children opens November 26, 2009 until January 5, 2010

For more details and images courtesy of Azrael Coladilla and you can also read his adventures on his visit when he Zero In to all the five museums you should see this month.

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Anonymous said...

wish to visit this museum soon. hmm can we exchange links? http://mariancalago.blogspot.com?


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