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Please be advised that the Library
will be CLOSED
on April 28, 2017
(30th ASEAN Summit)
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Doble Mirada: Madrid-Manila

At the turn of the century, the Philippines is presented to the world in two cities
 
In July 2015, Filipinas Heritage Library collaborated with the Toronto-based independent researcher, Francisco G. Villanueva, in organizing the mini exhibition entitled Felix Laureano: First Filipino Photographer at the Ayala Museum. The Panay-born photographer had successfully set up his own photo studio in Barcelona and was likely friends with the propagandista who fought for reforms in Spain in the late nineteenth century.In 1895, Laureano published Recuerdos de Filipinas, a photo-album of Philippine scenes accompanied by short descriptive essays. Recuerdos de Filipinas was displayed at the Exposición Regional de Filipinas in Manila in the same year.

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Ayala Foundation, FILCOLS celebrate Philippine Book Development Month 2016

Text by Alvin J. Buenaventura of FILCOLS
 
The Filipinas Copyright Licensing Society, Inc. (FILCOLS) and Ayala Foundation celebrated Philippine Book Development Month 2016 with a simple event from 1 to 4 p.m. on Friday, 25 November at the Ground Floor Lobby, Ayala Museum, Makati City.

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FHL and Carl Jung Circle Center present COLOR CODED WORKSHOPS

How does color express the unconscious? What energies do color symbolize? What is basic color theory, and how does this apply to Philippine fiestas?
 
Learn more about color, psychology, and culture in this series of lecture-workshops with the Carl Jung Circle Center at the Ayala Museum, held in conjunction with the COLOR IN HISTORY: FHL Now 20 exhibition.

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Library Celebrates 20 Years with Flying Colors

Andres Bonifacio and the Katipuneros declared themselves and the country free from foreign rule on August 23, 1896 (officially). One hundred years later to the day, a small Filipiniana library opened in Makati City.

Since its inauguration in 1996, Filipinas Heritage Library has become a leading repository of valuable Philippine artifacts ranging from 17th century books and manuscripts to 20th century popular songs. In its 20 years as an institution, FHL has done more than repairing moth-eaten paper or indexing serials. The library has ventured into the digitization of its photographic and rare book collections and, recently, guerrilla papers from the Visayas and the sung epics of the Kalinga and Manobo.

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Brigadier-General Francisco H. Licuanan, Jr. Collection

Dissemination of the Brigadier-General Francisco H. Licuanan, Jr. Collection
Digitized WWII Records from the Philippine Collection of the
US National Archives and Records Administration
by Ms. Marie Vallejo
May 12 (Thu), 3PM
3F Ayala Museum, Makati City

The Brigadier-General Francisco H. Licuanan, Jr. Collection is the digital output of the surviving records of Filipino soldiers and guerillas during World War II. These records were retrieved from the Philippine Collection of the US National Archives and Records Administration in Maryland, USA.

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