Pamana: A Seminar on Heritage Conservation
August 23, 2012
8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Built heritage is one of the most tangible forms of Philippine history and culture. It is ancient yet part of our everyday environment. It is a symbol of our shared history as Filipinos.
The Filipinas Heritage Library and the Heritage Conservation Society (HCS) invite everyone to share in the protection and preservation of our heritage by joining Pamana: a one-day seminar on built heritage conservation.
Built heritage conservation experts Arch. Manuel Maximo L.C. Noche, Arch. Rene Luis Mata, Arch. Dominic Galicia, Dr. Nathaniel Von Einsiedel, Liliane Manahan, and Ivan Anthony Henares are the speakers for this seminar.
Pamana will be held at FHL, the Makati Central Business District’s only remaining historical site constructed before World War II.
The seminar fee is P1,000 inclusive of seminar kit, handouts, snacks, and a certificate of attendance. Lunch will not be served at the venue, but we encourage you to dine at one of the many Ayala Triangle restaurants. Students and senior citizens can avail of a 20-percent discount.
Payments can be made in cash, check, or through credit card. *Discount does not apply to credit card transactions.
You can also deposit your payment to our bank account:
Bank of the Philippine Islands
Account No.: 0011-1490-49
Account Name: Ayala Foundation, Inc. – Filipinas Heritage Library
After making your deposit, fax your deposit slip to 892-1810 or e-mail it to email@example.com. Write the name of the participant and title of the seminar.
Interested parties should also e-mail us the following details:
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