What Do Photographs Tell Us About Baguio’s Past 2016
An exhibition that shows old pictures as valuable sources of information, opens at the Sanctuary Gallery, Maryknoll Ecological Sanctuary (MES) on June 17, 2016, Friday, 4:30 p.m. It will run until August 20, 2016.
This exhibition guides viewers in taking a closer look at photographs and to find new ways of interpreting information that can be derived from a historical image.
Photographs assembled from various archival sources and private collections were selected for the exhibition to illustrate how certain aspects of Baguio’s social and environmental history could be understood through evidences that are best revealed by the photographic medium.
“What Do Photographs Tell...” is sponsored by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), co-sponsored by the MES, and curated by independent scholar Erlyn Ruth Alcantara. The exhibition is open daily, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with an admission fee of PhP10. The Maryknoll Ecological Sanctuary is located in Campo Sioco, Baguio City. For inquiries, call 424-5745, 0915-655-5745 or write to<email@example.com>.