The CCP celebrates Museums and Galleries Month this October 2019

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The CCP celebrates Museums and Galleries Month this October 2019

The Cultural Center of the Philippines joins the celebration of Museums and Galleries Month this October 2019. We invite everyone to attend our free programs and to visit our exhibitions.

PUBLIC PROGRAMS

9 October, 2-4pm
Arts Online featuring Marc Cosico
Bulwagang Carlos V. Francisco (Little Theater Lobby)

15 October, 2pm
Launch of QRated: The CCP D-I-Y tour 

QRated is a public guided tour aided by QR code (quick response code) captions. This tour includes artworks from the CCP Visual Arts Collection on permanent display, exhibition spaces, performance venues, architectural details and other noteworthy spaces and facilities in the CCP Main Theater Building. QRated will allow the CCP audience to explore the wonders of the Center through their smartphones and enjoy instant access to the CCP’s rich content. 
Bulwagang Carlos V. Francisco (Little Theater Lobby)

17 October, 1-4pm
Repeat printing textile workshop with HOCUS
Bulwagang Juan Luna (Main Gallery)

18 October, 1-4pm
Poster printing workshop with HOCUS 
Bulwagang Juan Luna (Main Gallery)

23 October, 2-4pm
Arts Online featuring Karl Castro, exhibit designer of Scenes Reclaimed exhibition
MKP Hall

EXHIBITIONS

8 October to 8 December
Poster/ity: 50 years of Art and Culture at the CCP

In celebration of its 50th anniversary, the CCP will once again present the groundbreaking exhibition POSTER/ITY: 50 Years of Art and Culture at the CCP this October until year-end. The exhibition features a selection of over 200 posters of exhibitions, performances and other events held at the CCP from its opening in 1969 to the present.
Bulwagang Juan Luna (Main Gallery) and Pasilyo Guillermo Tolentino (3F Hallway Gallery)

Until 27 October
Carillo Cart Project
Marc Vincent P. Cosico

The CCP presents the Carilyo Cart Project, a venue grant exhibition by artist and educator Marc Vincent P. Cosico. Based on the mobile puppet theater cart, the carrillo, the artist constructs art pieces that are both sculptural and functional, presenting a contemporary view of the historical material.
Bulwagang Carlos V. Francisco (Little Theater Lobby)

Until 3 November
Normal scheduling will resume shortly 
Poklong Anading and Neil Fettling
Curated by Vincent Alessi

Normal scheduling will resume shortly engages with the arteries which make our cities run, both visible and invisible. Taking Manila and Melbourne as its departure points this exhibition ruminates on how we think, use and engage with networks and arterials, asking us to consider how we might understand these through poetic frameworks. Poklong Anading (Manila) and Neil Fettling (Melbourne) engage with the histories and the flotsam and jetsam that patinas the road and the city exploring through individual and collaborative works arterials as sites of congestion, engagement and performance and a palimpsest of private and public moments. Their works consider the urbanisation of both cities and the humanity within their congestion, ruminating on notions of time, movement and navigation while reflecting on these sites as spaces punctuated by incident and accident, repetition and surprise and control and uncontrol.

Bulwagang Fernando Amorsolo (Small Gallery), Pasilyo Victorio Edades (4F Hallway Gallery), and 4th Floor Atrium  

For more information, visit https://ncca.gov.ph/2019/08/20/museums-and-galleries-month-2019-building-the-nation-one-exhibit-at-a-time/

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