Even with the advent of the latest record-keeping and imaging technologies now available, rare books and old documents are still best preserved physically. They are the true legacy of the past and witnesses of the passage of time. How they survived the ravages of time may be a mystery but what remains is our responsibility to protect them for the next generations to behold. Do you feel sad looking at your precious books and print collection slowly deteriorating? Now you can learn how to restore your collection to its former glory and preserve them.
Lives of Muslim women caught in the cross fire
September 16, 2016
National Teachers Month (Teaching English workshop)
Free 3-hour workshop and taster session for Teachers
The British Council and Ortigas Foundation Inc.
09:00 - 12:00am AND 01:30 - 04:30pm
Ortigas Library, 2F Ortigas Building, Ortigas Ave, Pasig City
Seats are limited, call 555-3034 (Mr. Mike Cabigon, British Council) to reserve
~ RE: Recollections, Reviews, Reflections
~ Yayoi Kusama: Inventing the Singular
The Brigadier - General Francisco H. Licuanan Jr. Collection
Philippine Veterans Affairs Office
Filipino Veterans Foundation
Learn the fundamentals and principles of photography as a potential hobby or learn the tricks and skill if contemplating photography as an alternative profession.
Learn key practices, simple techniques and materials needed in restoring your treasured paperback books in our one-day workshop!
Ms. Annali Garcia an Art Restoration Professional recently conducted a one-day workshop "Introduction to Painting Conservation, Theory & Practice".
Second fund-raising screening of the acclaimed bio-documentary "Curiosity, Adventure and Love", the story of Jessie Lichauco and the country she made her home.
Tickets: P1,500, Reservations required, please call 631-1231 and ask for Alma
Ortigas Library, Ortigas Building, Ortigas Avenue, Pasig City
A two-day workshop by British Bookbinder Mark Cockram held at Ortigas Foundation Library