“MANILA, MY CITY AT WAR!” AT AYALA MUSEUM

Monday, February 02, 2015

Filipinas Heritage Library marks the 70th year of the Battle for Manila with “Manila, My City at War!,” which opens tomorrow at the Ayala Museum, Makati Ave. corner Dela Rosa St., Makati City.

The show runs until March 3, 2015.



The event features a mini conference and exhibit featuring a sample of the library’s Roderick Hall Collection on World War II, along with artworks, photos, maps and other artifacts from various sources that aim to show the various losses brought about by war.

To be presented by academics, cultural advocates and war survivors, the conference will take place on the Saturdays of February at 2 p.m. Speakers include Prof. Ricardo Jose, Gemma Cruz, architect Augusto Villalon, Juvenal Sanso and Nick Deocampo.

Admission fee per day is P300 for regular guests and P150 for teachers, librarians, students, senior citizens and members.

For inquiries, call 759-8288 local 45.

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