The professor will be using the Ayala Museum's famous dioramas depicting scenes in Philippine history to explain the events in detail.
There will be four installments of this lecture series between June and September. See below for details:
June 26 (10:30 AM): Pre-Colonial Philippines
July 24 (3:00 PM): The Philippine-American War
August 14 (3:00 PM): The Malolos Congress
September 18 (3:00 PM): The Katipunan
The best thing about this is it's an event for the whole family!
Students, senior citizens, and Ayala Museum members gain admission to each lecture with a fee of P200, while regular adults pay P300.
But you can gain admission to all four events for a discounted rate: P700 for students, senior citizens, and Ayala Museum members; and P1,000 for regular adults.
Plus, if you go to the June 26 lecture on Pre-Colonial Philippines, you'll get a free book by the professor himself!
Want to learn more or reserve your seats? Call 757-7117 to 21 (local 29) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also go to the Ayala Museum Facebook page or visit the museum's website.
The Ayala Museum is found on Makati Avenue corner De la Rosa Street, Greenbelt Park, Makati City.
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