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Ayala Museum's One-Year Closure Begins This June

It will, however, hold traveling exhibits.
IMAGE AYALA MUSEUM / WEBSITE
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Starting June, the Ayala Museum will be closed to the public to make way for renovations. But don't worry—to continue promoting art and culture, they will be launching Ayala Museum On-The-Go, so you can see traveling exhibits, pop-up workshops, and more.

Taking its collections outside the museum's walls, the traveling exhibits will include Kisame: Visions on Earth, Botong Francisco: A Nation Imagined, the Diorama Virtual Reality, and Women & War exhibits.

You should also keep your eyes peeled for pop-up art workshops, lectures, and even concerts near you, along with various programs to be staged at malls, schools, and surprise locations.

Apart from the museum proper, the Filipinas Heritage Library and ArtistSpace will also be closed to the public until 2020.

For updates, visit Ayala Museum's Facebook page.

This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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