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Perspectives

With the participation of Edward Sullivan (NYU Professor of Fine Arts and Dean for the Humanities), Nina Capistrano Baker (Director, International Exhibitions, Ayala Museum), and Vicente Rafael (Professor of History, University of Washington).
 

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Special events on the Philippines

 

Thursday, February 21, 7:00 p.m.

Opening of the photo exhibit
“22/44 – Dimensions of Hope”
– The Camera Club of the Philippines


Presented by NYU’s King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center, NYU’s Office of the Dean for the Humanities and the Ayala Foundation, Inc. with assistance from the Camera Club of the Philippines and the Consulate General of the Philippines in New York. Sponsored by the Philippine Department of Tourism

Opening remarks: Edward Sullivan, NYU’s Dean for the Humanities and Jo Labanyi, Director, King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center.

Guest of honor: Consul General Cecille Rebong, Consulate General of the Philippines in New York.

With the presence of the following members of the Camera Club of the Philippines: Raoul Littaua (president, 2008), Leonardo Riingen (president, 2007); and Rommel Abesamis (board member); and photographer Francisco Balatgas. Raoul Littaua will speak on behalf of the Club.

On display until May 15, 2008. 

Read more information on the Camera Club of the Philippines here.

Reception to follow.

With the support of NYU’s Asian/Pacific/American Institute


Vicente Esteban

 


Edward Sullivan

 


Florina Capistrano Baker

Thursday, April 17, 6:15 p.m.

Symposium: Philippines: Colonial Cultural Perspectives

With the participation of Edward Sullivan (NYU Professor of Fine Arts and Dean for the Humanities), Nina Capistrano Baker (Director, International Exhibitions, Ayala Museum), and Vicente Rafael (Professor of History, University of Washington).

Lectures as follow:
“The Afterlife of Empire” by Vicente Rafael
“Lost in Translation: Juan Luna between Europe and Asia” by Edward J. Sullivan
“Tropes, Territories, Trophies: Philippine Collections in Asia, Europe and America (1877-1916)” by Nina Capistrano Baker

Moderated by Jo Labanyi, Director, King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center.


Reception to follow.






KJCC newsletter

With the support of the Ayala Foundation, Inc.

With the support of NYU’s Asian/Pacific/American Institute



Friday, April 18, 5:00 p.m., 7:00 p.m.
Special screenings of two recent Filipino films

@ 5:00- 6:45 p.m.
Short Film about the Indio Nacional (or The Prolonged Sorrow of the Filipinos) (Maicling Pelicula Nañg Ysañg Indio Nacional (O Ang Mahabang Kalungkutan ng Katagalugan))by Raya Martin(2006, in Tagalog with English subtitles, 96 mins)

This experimental feature film mixes color and sound with sequences that pay homage to the aesthetics of silent cinema. Set in the 1890s, at the time of the independence struggle against Spain, its poetic images map the psychological effects of colonization.

INTERMISSION: COFFEE & COOKIES WILL BE SERVED

@ 7:00-9:00 p.m.

The Bet Collector (Kubrador)by Jeffrey Jeturian (2006, in Tagalog with English subtitles, 98 mins)

The film traces three days in the life of its female bookie protagonist, in a contemporary Manila slum neighborhood. The story revolves around the juetung or game of numbers dating back to the Spanish colonial period. Recently shown at GLOBAL LENS series at The MoMA.

With a dialogue after the films led by NefertiTadiar (Associate Professor, Women's Studies Department, Barnard College, Columbia University) and Jon Beller (Associate Professor, Department of English and Humanities, Pratt Institute).

With the support of the Ayala Foundation, Inc.

With the support of NYU’s Asian/Pacific/American Institute


 
 
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