Who says art, literature and science don't rock together? Not us! Happy to see Prof. Marianne Flores, a teacher of Veterinary Medicine in UP Los Banos, with her T-Ex zine Vol.2! Catch What Do I Say to a Giant--an exhibition on the life and writings of Nick Joaquin aka Quijano de Manila --at Lopez Museum and Library. The exhibition, curated by Thea Garing, is on view until November 29. Photo credit: Lopez Museum and Library #teachingexhibitions #lopezmuseumandlibrary #nickjoaquin #quijanodemanila #arteducation. #arteducationmatters #philippineart #theagaring
A wonderful photograph of Yason Banal and Zenta! Artist/educator Yason is a faculty member of the College of Mass Communications at the University of the Philippines in Diliman. Zenta is part of the academe based in Tokyo, Japan. He regularly visits the Philippines for research and is a familiar face in the cultural/art scene. #teachingexhibitions #arteducation #arteducationmatters #zine #zineph #yasonbanal #zenta
Gotta love 'em teachers and librarians! Redentor Luz Jr. (In blue), a librarian from Xavier School, brought with him teachers in Social Studies namely Michelle Saddul, Adrielle Javines, Selene Estaris, and Nikki Viernes. For his thesis, he’s exploring the use of Library collections and programs for teaching. Visit the museum and library to know more about the life and writings of Nick Joaquin aka Quijano De Manila. The exhibition What Do I Say To A Giant? is curated by Thea Garing and is on view until end of November. Photo credit: Lopez Museum and Library. #teachingexhibitions #lopezmuseumandlibrary #arteducation #arteducationmatters #nickjoaquin #quijanodemanila #zine #zineph #theagaring