Celebrate our heroes at Ayala Museum with BAYANIhan
For kids: donate a toy and get in for free!
With Independence Day coming up, this year’s G.A.M.E. (Greenbelt Ayala Museum Experience) will be paying tribute to our fallen heroes and their families on Sunday, June 10, 2018 from 12NN-7PM.
Inspired by the spirit of the Bayanihan Hopping Spirit House – an art installation by Alwin Reamillo – Hobbes & Landes with Greenbelt will treat the children of Hero Foundation to a day of art and culture at Ayala Museum. Kids ages 0-12 years old get to enter the museum for free by bringing a toy to donate to the kids of Hero Foundation.
Ayala Museum will be giving 50% of the day’s museum admission proceeds to Hero Foundation while Hobbes & Landes will also be donating toys for the kids of Hero Foundation. Hero Foundation stands for Help Educate and Rear Orphans, a non-profit organization that aims to help the families of fallen soldiers from the Armed Forces of the Philippines.
Expect a day filled with fun activities for kids and kids at heart with a talk plus workshop from Alwin Reamillo, booths from Hobbes & Landes and Color Me Mine, and food from Elait! Ice Cream and other concessionaires.
ARTIST TALK | ALWIN REAMILLO
Bayanihan Hopping Spirit House’s journey from Sydney to Manila
WORKSHOP | CHIME MAKING with Alwin Reamillo
Create your own wind chimes and add it to the Bayanihan Hopping Spirit House
The Bayanihan Hopping Spirit House is a collapsible bamboo-framed hut on stilts that is carried to its various exhibition venues by members of its host community, a symbol of bayanihan. The house is lined and decorated with wind chimes, object mobiles, and buntings made from recycled materials giving it a sense of journey as it moved from site to site. It has travelled from Sydney to Manila, and is now currently based at Ayala Museum’s OpenSpace.
Greenbelt Ayala Museum Experience(G.A.M.E.)is a collaboration between Greenbelt, Ayala Museum and a Greenbelt merchant, providing a unique art and culture experience for mall and museum goers alike. Last year’s G.A.M.E. featured Greenbelt merchant and designer Lulu Tan in Yarn Bomb Knit Bomb, where the Greenbelt Garden’s trees got dressed up in striking crocheted pieces.
This year’s G.A.M.E., BAYANIhan,hopes to provide that collaborative experience while giving honor to our fallen heroes and their families in time for Independence Day.