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
Gawad Rizal Awardee Paul Dumol takes a look at the history of the establishment of elections in the Philippines dating back to the sixteenth century on December 9, 2015, 6PM at the Ortigas Foundation Library. Free Admission.
A workshop will be held on basic art conservation by renowned Art Conservation Specialist Annali Garcia at the Ortigas Foundation Library.
This film tells the story of a journey from Spain to Morocco, seen through the empty glance of Sergio, an autistic and blind young man who crosses 1.300km in tandem bicycle with his brother Juan Manuel. This documentary, in spanish with english subtitles, immerses us into Sergio's unreachable world which seems so similar to the desert, the destination of their trip.
Learn the Tagalog culture and history as we explore house museums on a day tour of the heritage town of Taal, Batangas on July 18, 2015 (Saturday).
The Ortigas Foundation Library invites you once again to the Basic Photography Workshop by Mr. Robert Fontanilla on June 13, 2015 (Saturday),
9AM-5PM at the Ortigas Foundation Library
Ortigas Foundation Library's Executive Director Mr. John L. Silva will have a lecture entitled "Shopping for Islands: Behind the Door Bargaining for the Philippines in the Treaty of Paris (September-December 1898)" on May 9, 2015 (Saturday), 10:00AM at the Yuchengco Museum.
Lecture is FREE. For reservations, please call 631-1231 local 187/181 or 401-6503.