Establishing Community Museums National Workshop on September 2013 @ Ateneo de Manila University: Application is now closedRead in Filipino
Zero In, the consortium of the country's five leading private museums is inviting local government Units (LGUs), cultural organizations and non-government organizations (NGOs) to a four-day workshop on "Establishing Community Museums" on September 17-20, 2013. Supported by UNESCO, the workshop is designed to help institutions set-up or revitalize their community museums.
The workshop features lectures on museum management, marketing, fundraising, and creating education programs and activities. There will be interactive, hands-on exercises to help participants gain museum skills and techniques as well as exposure trips to different museums.
All applications will be evaluated by a screening committee. Interested LGUs, cultural organizations, and NGOs are encouraged to nominate their team comprising of a maximum of four (4) participants. Deadline for submission of application is moved to August 15, 2013. If accepted, the registration fee is Php 2,500.00 per participant, inclusive of the workshop kit, meals, museum manual, field trip, and certificate.
Zero In is a consortium of the country's premier private museums: Ateneo Art Gallery, Ayala Museum, Bahay Tsinoy, Lopez Museum and Library, and Museo Pambata. Since 2001, Zero In has focused on the strengths of the member museums in collections and programming to propose dynamic alternatives that promote institutional support and cooperation. It has embarked on numerous projects tackling parallel themes aimed at upholding and advocating each museum's unique interpretation and execution of subject matter to engage more people to appreciate culture and arts as showcased by the museum members of Zero In. In its 12th year, Zero In continues to operate on this mandate with a workshop that will strengthen museum appreciation in the country.
For more inquiries and registration, please contact
Ms. Lorraine Datuin at
EVENT RELEASE Reference: Lorraine Datuin – (0915) 903-8005, 426-6001 loc. 4160