NEWSLETTER

1996 to 2000

1996

1996 - 1st Quarter

1996 - 1st Quarter

a) MUSEUM at a Glance, page 1

Opening of UST Museum to Thomasian community and to the public.

b) WELCOME, page 2

Rev. Fr. Isidro Abaño, UST Museum Director, is introducing UST Museum to the public; its location, purpose and mission.

c) Behind the Scenes, pages 2-3

Coordination, maintenance, effort and responsibility of staff inside the Museum Gallery in order to give visitors a pleasant visit in the museum.

d) May we be of Help, page 3

Designations and responsibility of museum staff for visitor’s inquiries.

e) A New Look, page 4

Complete make-over of the Museum Office of the Director located at 3rd floor of UST Main Building to be accessible to all students and visitors, local and foreign.

f) SANTOS: In Focus, page 5

Ribbon-cutting and formal opening of the Hall of Philippine Religious Images (HPRI).

g) NIGHT with the Rector, page 6

A special thanksgiving dinner of Museum staff together with the Rector.

h) Express Yourself, pages 6-7

Support staff experiences and learnings working in the UST Museum.

i) Feedback, page 7

Compilation of visitor’s comment and visit experiences.

j) Happenings and Acknowledgment, page 8

Summary of the events conducted inside the Museum, introducing souvenir items for sale and acknowledging people who extend their assistance.

1996 - 2nd Quarter

1996 - 2nd Quarter

a) The Angelic Painter, pages 1-2

Beato Angelico Exhibit.

b) The Rich Cultural Heritage, pages 2-3

Glimpse of the ideas comprising the principle of Cultural Heritage in UST Museum.

c) Off to Foreign Shores, page 3

Representing UST Museum to the International Symposium on Semiotics, Architecture/Topogenetics in Barcelona, Spain by Fr. Isidro Abaño.

d) The National Eucharistic Congress, page 3

Fr. Abaño appointed to co-chair committee on cultural activities for NEC.

e) The University Museum, page 4

Preserving the heritage of the University that has been meticulously collected by early pioneering Dominicans.

f) PAHIYAS in Lucban, pages 4-5

Educational trip of Museum staff to Lucban, Quezon to witness the internationally famous Pahiyas festival.

g) Therapeutic Value of the Museum, page 6

Connection of art and human experiences which soothes the inner being for the recognition of the real essence of what is being a Filipino.

h) Two museum staff are saying goodbye, page 6

i) Museum Volunteers of the Philippines, page 7

The visit and tour of Museum Volunteers of the Philippines to UST Museum.

j) S & T Meet, page 7

Science and Technology museums held a regular meeting at Villamor Airbase.

k) Young Painters’ Annual Competition Launched, page 7

The Beato Angelico Gallery and Workshop Building of the UST College of Architecture and Fine Arts (CAFA) hosts launch of Metrobank Foundation's "Young Painters' Annual" Competition.

l) Flowers and Fruits, page 8

A painting exhibit.


m) Painting Racks, page 8

Installation of painting racks for protection and storage.

n) Generous Benefactors, page 8

Expressing gratitude to UST Museum partners.

1996 - 3rd Quarter

1996 - 3rd Quarter

a) MARIA: Sa Debosyon at Sining, pages 1-2

An exhibit of early artists’ depiction of the Blessed Mother and contemporary artists showing different figuration of the Mother of God.

b) Meet our Staff, page 2

Introducing the new member of Museum staff and working students.

c) The UST Museum: “A White Elephant”, page 3

A connotation which proves UST Museum’s unique existence that holds facts.

d) Freshmen Orientation, page 4

Annual tour of freshmen students inside the University.

e) Museology and Museum Collection, page 4

Deeper explanation of UST Museum’s purpose.

f) Working Scholars of the Museum, page 5

Fresh insight from our working scholars about their involvement in the Museum.

g) Analysis of Museum Visitors, page 5-6

Statistics of the museum guests.

h) St. Dominic’s Tomb: An Artistic Interpretation, page 6

Symposium about St. Dominic’s Tomb.

i) Tracing our Roots, page 7

A Saint Dominic de Guzman exhibit featuring his life, reflections and arts.

j) Paper Preservation and Restoration Seminar, page 8

k) Word of Thanks, page 8

Expressing gratitude to the people who extend their help to UST Museum events.

1996 - 4th Quarter

1996 - 4th Quarter

a) Exhibition on the Infancy of Christian Art, page 1

5th Seasonal Exhibit: Gloria in Excelsis Deo

b) Research, page 1

Research Endowment Foundation, Inc. grant UST Museum a trust fund.

c) Rosary Art, page 2

Symposium: “The Devotion to the Holy Rosary in the Philippines”.

d) Documentations, page 2

Solution in preserving collections.

e) Cebu Meet, page 2

Attending the NCCA-COM-ICOM Philippines 6th Annual Museum Congress in Cebu City.

f) Mementos and Honors, page 3

Exhibit about heirloom pieces of the University; the awards and token of appreciation; gifts and plaques given to Rev Fr. Rolando de la Rosa as the Rector of the University.

g) Inside the Museum, page 3

Appreciation of responsibility of a working student.

h) Museum Profession, page 4

Profound meaning and value to Museum worker.

i) The State of the Religious Art in Churches and Museums, pages 5-6

Reflections on the fundamentals of religious art, the concern of the church, and its destination – the Museum.

j) Peak of a Challenge, page 6

New museum staff shares his changing perspective.

k) What’s it like in the Museum, page 6

Scholar testimony on working at the Museum be like.

l) ICOM Philippines General Assembly and NCCA-COM, page 7

6th Annual Museum Congress

m) The Legend of Santa Claus, page 8

Origin of Santa Claus based on religious belief.

n) The Trial, page 8

Challenges encountered by one of the Museum staff and how he overcomes them with flying colors.

o) Greetings and Gratitude, page 8

Expressing gratitude to the people who extend their help to UST Museum events.

1997

1997 - 1st Quarter

1997 - 1st Quarter

a) The National Eucharistic Congress, page 1

“Mga Dambana ng Sakramento” exhibits museum’s collection of liturgical items as part of the

5th National Eucharistic Congress celebration.

b) Winner’s Column, page 1

Three student painters won top honors in the painting competition held as part of the celebration of the 5th National Eucharistic Congress celebration.

c) The State of the Religious Art in Churches and Museums (Part II), page 2

Continuing the reflections on the fundamentals of religious art,

the concern of the church, and its destination – the Museum.

d) Quality Education through the Museum, page 3

Museum education provides educational services which was granted by visitors to entertainment and experience alone.

e) UST Welcomes ICUSTA Delegates, page 4

f) A Library and A Lab, page 4

Construction of the small library and laboratory.

g) From the Staff Box, page 4

Contact details of UST Museum.

h) Of Malls and Museum, pages 5 and 7

Comparison on visiting the Mall or the Museum in your free time.

i) Effective Records Management Seminar, page 5

Attending the two-day seminar discussing about appreciating, creation, storing & coding, maintenance and retrieval of records.

j) Rosario Bitanga, page 6

An article of appreciation to Rosario Bitanga for donating a sculpture in terra cotta representation of the family.

k) A Birth Anniversary to Remember, page 6

Birthday celebration of Rev. Fr. Isidro Abaño, the Director of UST Museum.

l) Bits and Pieces, page 7

Happenings and meetings involving museum staff.

m) Thank you!, page 7

Expressing gratitude to the people who extend their help to UST Museum.

n) Museum Album, page 8

Photos of 5th National Eucharist Congress and museum staff outing.

1997 - 2nd Quarter

1997 - 2nd Quarter

a) A New Collection, pages 1-2

The UST Museum is adding a new wing – UST Museum Mini-Library. This mini-library will house books according to the following categories: Art History, Individual artists, Art Techniques, Architecture, Religious Arts, Culture, and Museums and Galleries.

b) An Added Feature – Owen Los Baños, page 2

An article to formally introduce Mr. Owen Los Baños, a caricaturist, a person gifted with a talent for using his hands to express his concepts and ideas through his drawings. His latest work was the drawing of Our Lady of the Rosary, using colored pencil as his medium.


c) 1997 NCAA General Assembly, page 2

Ms. Cheryl Sales represented the UST Museum at the annual NCAA general assembly last April 7, 1997 at Intramuros, Manila.


d) Right Documentation for the UST Museum (Part I), pages 3-4

The description of scientific documentation and its importance to the entire system and process applicable to UST Museum.


e) President Macapagal’s Legacy to the UST Museum, page 4

The late former president, Diosdado Macapagal, donated his Memorabilia, "to have and to hold for prosperity, forever and absolutely."


f) History of the Museum Phenomenon, page 5

It started in collecting, then turned to research and learning, and grew to preservation of culture.


g) A Look at the Past, page 6

Tracing the UST Museum’s accumulation of its collection is a journey and challenge that can give certain learning and feeling of accomplishment once finished.


h) Spice of Life, page 7

Article of events that happens in Museum: a nude painting given by Prof. Crispin Vicencio of CAFA to the UST Museum; Mr. Gaspar Tolentino awarded one of the top prizes in the Fourth Media Literacy Workshop; Museum visit in Cavite by the UST Museum support staff witness the Pahiyas Festival in Lucban, Quezon and visit museums in Cavite.


i) Thank you! page 7

Expressing gratitude to the people who extend their help to UST Museum.


j) Partial List of Books in the UST Museum, page 8


k) Staffbox, page 8

Contact details of UST Museum.

1997 - 3rd Quarter

1997 - 3rd Quarter

a) A Little Help from our Friends, pages 1-2, 8

An article of gratitude to the person who extend their helping hands in the continuous improvement of UST Museum.

b) The Right Documentation for UST Museum (Part I), pages 2-4

Entire process of making the catalogue involves the filling of the museum’s entry form.

c) UST Museum Collection Chart, page 3

d) The Events, page 5

Appreciating museum staff for their job well done.

e) Brief History of Museum Phenomenon (Part II), pages 5-6

A growing of national awareness of local museums came into existence.


f) Picture Perfect, pages 6-7

Learning experience of UST museum staff on seminar entitled “Workshop for Photography and Storyboarding”.

g) We’re Closed!, page 7

Major renovation of UST Museum.

h) Staffbox, page 7

Contact details of UST Museum.

i) Spice of Life, page 7

Events, improvements and meetings involving museum staff.

j) Something New for Something Old, page 8

Additional technology for documentation purposes.

k) Thank you!, page 8

Expressing gratitude to the people who extend their help to UST Museum.

1997 - 4th Quarter

1997 - 4th Quarter

a) Traces of the Lady of the Rosary of “La Naval” in the UST Collections, pages 1-2, 8

Glimpse of priceless artworks in the UST Museum with the subject the Lady of Rosary of “La Naval”.


b) Marian Exhibit, page 3

“Regina Sacratissimi Rosarii” exhibit at Santo Domingo Church.

c) Seminar on Preventive Conservation of Art Objects: The Light Factor, page 3

d) The UST Museum Officials in the ICOM-ASPAC, page 4

The Museum Director and Assistant Director represent the UST Museum at the ICOM-ASPAC.

e) Brief History of Museum Phenomenon (Part III), pages 4-5

Continuous developing and improving of museum’s existence.

f) From Intramuros to Sampaloc, page 6

The reasons behind the value and uniqueness of UST Main Building.

g) Spice of Life, page 6

Events, improvements and meetings involving museum staff.

h) Effective Business Communication Seminar, page 7

i) Love Thy Guests, page 8

Customer service and its magic!

j) Seasons Greetings! page 8

Greetings and expressing gratitude to the people who extend their help to UST Museum.

k) Staffbox, page 8

Contact details of UST Museum.

1998

1998 - 1st Quarter

1998 - 1st Quarter

a) Renovation Update, page 1

Whole make-over of the museum for permanent public viewing.

b) Appearance of Angels in Christian Art (Part I), pages 2-3

The source of the concept of Angels.

c) Just the Three of Us, page 4

UST Museum staff attending a seminar bout restoration of objects in the natural history division of the National Museum.

d) Deterioration and Prevention, page 4

Seminars attended about pest control and preventive conservation of museum artifacts.

e) Birthday Corner, page 4

Birthday greetings to UST Museum staff and administrator.

f) The Theory of Thesauration and the UST Museum Information Management System, pages 5-6

System-oriented process of recording, classifying, updating and data processes inside the UST Museum.

g) Winner’s Column, page 7

List of winners in the Inter-School Painting competition with theme “The 70th Anniversary of the UST Main Building and the 90th year of the Canonical Coronation of Our Lady of La Naval”.

h) The Making of a Nation, page 7

An exhibit about the University’s contribution to the Philippine Revolution and Independence.

i) Noel Escultura, page 8

Appreciation article to Mr. Noel Escultura.

j) Preserve for the Future, page 8

Lecture about “Heritage and Conservation” held February 12, 1998.

k) Thank You, page 8

Expressing gratitude to the people who extend their help to UST Museum.

l) Staffbox, page 8

Contact details of UST Museum.

1998 - 2nd Quarter

(Grand Re-opening)

1998 - 2nd Quarter (Grand Re-Opening)



A special publication documenting the grand re-opening of the UST Museum after a year-long renovation from 1997 to 1998.


1998 - 3rd Quarter

1998 - 3rd Quarter

a) CAFA Faculty & Students in Conservation & Restoration Seminar, pages 1-3

College of Architecture and Fine Arts students and faculty learn about conservation.

b) The Appearance of Angels in Christian Art (Part II), pages 3-5

Discussing about categorical art forms of Angels.

c) “Tilamsik ng Liwanag”, page 5

Exhibition that showcases the struggle for Philippine independence and the valiant men and women who were at its forefront.

d) IGKAS-ARTE Book Launching, page 5

e) Front Act, pages 5-6

The opening of UST Museum to the public.

f) 3rd UNESCO Field Report, pages 6-7

UST was invited to the “3rd Forum UNESCO: University and Heritage” in Australia that aims to develop a worldwide network of universities providing courses relating to cultural heritage.

g) Museum of Arts and Science Re-opens, page 8

The formal re-opening of UST Museum after a major renovation.


h) Thank You, page 8

Expressing gratitude to the people who extend their help to UST Museum.


i) Staffbox, page 8

Contact details of UST Museum.

1998 - 4th Quarter

1998 - 4th Quarter

a) Macapagal Memorabilia turned over to UST Museum, pages 1-2

The family of the late Thomasian and President, Diosdado Macapagal, turn over presidential memorabilia to the UST Museum.


b) The Appearance of Angels in Christian Art (Part III), pages 2-3

The Influence of Angels in Christian art and other winged beings in other Religions.

c) Thank you Tita Rosie, pages 4-5

Article of appreciation to Mrs. Aurora Conde who generously donated some of her personal collection to UST Museum.

d) Christmas at the UST Museum of Arts and Sciences, pages 6-7

Museum staff and administrators share about what the season means to them.

e) Getting to Know You, pages 7-8

Introducing the new personnel of UST Museum.

f) Thank You, page 8

Expressing gratitude to the people who extend their help to UST Museum.


g) Staffbox, page 8

Contact details of UST Museum.

1999

1999 - 1st Quarter

1999 - 1st Quarter

a) Museology and Ecclesiastical Museums, page 1

The coexistence and co-responsible of each is an advantage for the preservation of our culture and history.

b) Happy Birthday Father Didoy! page 2

The UST Museum Director’s birthday celebration.


c) “Reta-retasong Pasko”: A Christmas in Fabric, page 2

A contest-exhibit featured original Christmas decors made by bonafide Interior Design students of UST.

d) Fr. Abaño’s speaks at the 1st National Convention of Church Cultural Heritage Workers,

page 3

Fr. Abaño delivers his Museology paper from the lectern of Baclayon Church.

e) “Curator” Product Info, page 3

The deeper meaning of Curator conservation products and their purposes and advantages.

f) UST Museum Featured in International Journal, page 4

June 1998 issue of “R&R restauración y rehabilitación – Revista Internacional del Patrimonio Historico”, one of the prominent Spanish-language magazine for the preservation of cultural property, featured “CURATOR; enseña sus tecnicas en Filipinas”.


g) “Liwanag at Apoy: A Passion for Light”, page 4

Joint exhibit of Prof. Jaime delos Santos and Prof. Antonio Ganal (CAFA).


h) USTETIKA awards held at UST Museum, page 5


i) New Acquisition, page 5

A special note of thanks to generous donors to the UST Museum.


j) A Prayer for Museum Workers, page 5

Thanking Rev. Fr. Roberto G. Reyes, O.P for his light-hearted message.

k) “Everyday Life”, pages 5-6

A fashion and photo exhibit that aimed at bringing into focus bits of our daily lives that we overlook.

l) The UST Museum Gallery Policy, page 7

Policy about gallery schedule, exhibit standard and classification, responsibilities of exhibitors, booking procedure, and additional museum gallery policies.


m) Front Act: Reservations…Anyone?!?, page 7

UST Museum has the right to accept and reject a project, reservation is first-come, first-served basis.


n) News Flash!, page 7

The UST Museum will change to a new viewing schedule.

o) Thank You, page 8

Expressing gratitude to the people who extend their help to UST Museum.


p) Staffbox, page 8

Contact details of UST Museum.


1999 - 2nd Quarter

1999 - 2nd Quarter

a) Front Act: Kids’ Stuff, pages 1-5

An art exhibition participated by children that aims to boost children’s knowledge about culture, heritage and arts.

b) The Graduation, page 5

Closing ceremony for the “Training Course on the Conservation of Easel Painting."


c) Rotarians Visit UST Museum, pages 5-6

Rotary Club North Bay East and their special guests from the Rotary International Group Study Exchange(GSE) Team ’90 toured the UST Museum.

d) Inggo 1587, page 6-7

The Dominican preaching band "Inggo 1587" held their concert at the UST Museum.

e) A Jewel in Our Hearts, pages 7-8

An encounter with inspiration in the person of Dra. Eva Macapagal.

f) Thank You, page 8

Expressing gratitude to the people who extend their help to UST Museum.


g) Staffbox, page 8

Contact details of UST Museum.

1999 - 3rd Quarter

1999 - 3rd Quarter

a) “Ang Museo ng UST sa Pagdating ng Ikatlong Milenyo”, pages 1-2

A multimedia exhibit that explores the Museum’s historical development and features some of the Museum’s most popular artifacts.

b) The History of the UST Museum (Part I), pages 2-5

The introduction of UST Museum’s beginnings and purpose.


c) Marian Images in the Philippines, page 6

A fascinating lecture given by Father Isidro Abaño.


d) A Surprise Party at the Museum, page 7

A surprise despedida party given to Father Abaño before he leaves to pursue further studies in Rome.


e) ASSEACCU Delegates visit the UST Museum, pages 7-8

Delegates to the recent 7th Association of Southeast and East Asian Catholic Colleges and Universities were welcome at the UST Museum.


f) Thank You! page 8

Expressing gratitude to the people who extend their help to UST Museum.


g) Let Us Hear from You, page 8

Mailing address of UST Museum for your suggestions, concerns or questions.


h) Staffbox, page 8

Contact details of UST Museum.

1999 - 4th Quarter

1999 - 4th Quarter


a) Cultural Heritage Studies Diploma Course at Grad School, page 1

CHED granted a permit authorizing UST to offer the Diploma Course in Cultural Heritage Studies, for the Collegiate Year 2000-2001.


b) New Museum Staff, page 1

UST Museum happily welcomes a new member.


c) “Y2K Awareness & Contingency Plan for the Museum” pages 1-2

An echo seminar attended by UST Museum Staff about awareness and fixing the so called “Millennium Bug”.

d) Museum Staff attended Tour Guiding Seminar, page 2

UST Museum staff attended a seminar tackled “Tour Guiding Principles” which objectives is to learn how to present, explain and analyze all works of art and other historical pieces to all audience.


e) “Threshold of the Third Millennium: Philippines Christmas Décor”, pages 2-3

An annual Christmas designed contest and exhibit by CAFA students.


f) Staff Milestones, page 3

UST Museum staff share their milestones in life.


g) Museum Event Schedule, page 3

Event schedule from December 1997 – March 2000 as start of the new millennium for the UST Museum.


h) The Secret, page 4

A poem by B.J. Hoff points out the very essence of giving yourself to others and the very secret of being able to share goodness.


i) A Time for Joy, page 4

An article of gratitude towards the people who help UST Museum.


j) Kid’s Stuff: Christmas Activity ‘99, pages 5-6

An activity attended by UST Museum Kids Club in making Christmas décor projects.


k) What? Christmas Again? Already? page 6

Collection Management and Documentation Assistant Maita Oebanda looks back on 1999 and gives thanks.


l) Front Act: Merry Christmas Everyone! page 7

A Christmas message of “Y2K Christmas What-Ifs”.


m) Thank you and a Blessed Christmas to you all! page 8

Expressing gratitude to the people who extend their help to UST Museum and greeting happy holidays!


n) Let Us Hear from You, page 8

Mailing address of UST Museum for your suggestions, concerns or questions.


o) Staff Box, page 8

List of contributors to the newsletter.

2000

2000 - 1st Quarter

2000 - 1st Quarter


a) Dominican Exhibitions for the Year 2000, pages 1-2

DOMNET Student Art Competition and Exhibition with theme focused on the Great Jubilee Year 2000.


b) DOMNET Art Tilt Winners, pages 3-4

Lists of young artist who won the top spots in two categories in the recent Network of Dominican Schools, DOMNET Student Art Competition and Exhibit.


c) FEATURES: The History of UST Museum (Part II), pages 4-5

About the total specimen’s collection of the Museum from Intramuros to Sampaloc.


d) Directors Message: ISIDRAL Boats, pages 5-6

The entire collection of Rev. Fr. Isidro Abaño, UST Museum Director, boat displays and its meaning.


e) Front Act: The Day I cried with the “AM-POW Kids”, pages 6-7

WWII Prisoners of War along with their families and friends, returned to visit the UST to recall their experiences and lessons from war.


f) Conservation & Restoration Section: Endless Responsibility, pages 7-8

Mr. Eldy Yamson, UST Museum staff, tells his experience and learnings in the the process of conservation and restoration.


g) MUSEUM NEWS: CAFA Interior Design Best Theses Exhibit, page 8

Opening of the Exhibit of the Best Theses of CAFA, Interior Design Department Batch 2000.


h) Getting to Know You, page 8

Birthdays of UST Museum staff and welcoming the new student assistant.


i) Thank You! page 8

Expressing gratitude to the people who extend their help to UST Museum.


j) Staff box, page 8

Contact details of UST Museum.

2000 - 2nd Quarter

2000 - 2nd Quarter


a) Museum Staff join MFPI Batangas Heritage Tour: Getting to know Taal’s Heritage,

pages 1-2

The staff of the UST Museum visit different museums during a tour organized to educate, inculcate awareness and increase exposure.


b) CAFA Exhibit, page 2

Faculty members show us the world with a Multimedia Exhibit.


c) PAMI Visit, page 3

UST Museum of Arts and Sciences Hosts Lecture for PAMI Guests.


d) Cities 2000, page 3

CITIES 2000 delegates views special exhibit.


e) AD 2000, page 3

Graduating Advertising Arts students exhibit their best work.


f) Happy Birthday Fr. Dennis! page 4

The UST Museum's birthday celebration and despidida party for Acting Director Fr. Dennis Maquiraya, O.P.


g) Cultural heritage Studies Program Offered, pages 4-5

Diploma course in Cultural Heritage Studies now accepting enrollees at the UST Graduate School.


h) FRONT ACT: For Kids Only! page 5

An Annual Outreach Program of the UST Museum “Kids’ Stuff Summer Art Workshop 2000”.


i) DIRECTOR’S MESSAGE: As they say: When in Rome, page 5

Experiences of Fr. Maquiraya from his travel in Italy as a Jubilee Pilgrim.


j) The History of the UST Museum (Part III), pages 6-7

The story of moving the painting storage and display locations.


k) Summer Holiday, page 7

Summer escapade of UST Museum Staff at Bolinao, Pangasinan.


l) Thank You! page 8

Expressing gratitude to the people who extend their help to UST Museum.


m) Let Us Hear from You! page 8

Mailing address of UST Museum for your suggestions, concerns or questions.


n) Getting to know you, page 8

Birthday greetings, welcoming new staff and deepest sympathies from Museum staff.


o) Staff Box, page 8

Contributors corner

2000 - 3rd Quarter

2000 - 3rd Quarter


a) A Jubilee Door for the Museum, pages 1-2

A welcoming door of UST Museum is temple of art and culture that is wide open to all.


b) Dominican Visual Artists featured in Upcoming Exhibit, page 2

A special exhibit entitled “PAGPUPURI…PAKIKIBAHAGI” was held in celebration of the Year of the Dominican Family featuring works by Dominican artists in the field of visual arts.


c) President of Spain visits the UST Museum, page 3

UST Museum proud to welcome the President of Spain together with the First Lady with a special exhibit of paintings by Filipino Masters.


d) UST Museum holds Preventive Conservation Seminar, page 3

Held a two-day in-house Seminar and Workshop on Preventive Conservation at UST Museum Director’s Office.


e) Museum Staff attended NCCA Seminar, page 4

A sponsored seminar title “Marketing and PR Workshop for Museum Workers” which aimed at the development and enhancement of competencies.


f) Museum Staff thank FR. Dennis! page 4

An article of gratitude for Fr. Maquiraya’s leadership for one year.


g) FRONT ACT: Tamiya, page 4

The experience in putting up exhibition in the museum was compared to assembling a Tamiya.


h) Tanaw at Pananaw, pages 4-5

The 19th solo exhibition of Prof. Bong Ducat.


i) Guhit Ulit, page 5

The second exhibit of the Philippine Drawing Society, Inc. which aimed to show the best drawings of today’s contemporary artists.


j) History of the Museum (Part IV), pages 6-7


k) Getting to know you! page 7

Museum Director Rev. Fr. Isidro Abaño returns from Rome after finishing further studies.


l) Thank you! page 8

Expressing gratitude to the people who extend their help to UST Museum.


m) Staff Box, page 8

Contributors corner.

2000 - 4th Quarter

2000 - 4th Quarter


a) Grateful for the Year 2000 and Beyond, pages 1-2

Looking back with gratitude to all the events in UST Museum in the year 2000 and commitment of improvement to the upcoming events.


b) My Christmas Wish, page 2

A wishlist by the Museum Assistant Director, Arch. Clarissa Avendaño.


c) “A Gothic Christmas (Decoration and Ornamental Mysticism)” page 3

A Christmas exhibit by CAFA Students.


d) FRONT ACT: Manyaman a Pasku Que ko ngani! pages 3-4

How Kapampangan celebrates Christmas.

e) What’s up?? At the Museum Gallery, page 4

Calendar of events in UST Museum for 2001.


f) Baldemor’s Journey of Discovery, pages 5-6

A “Visual Diary” by celebrated artist, Manuel Baldemor.


g) Conservation Corner, page 7

UST Museum extend assistance to College of Science by cleaning the life-size image of St. Albert the Great.


h) Raul Sunico in Concert at the UST Museum, page 7

A concert and exhibit entitled “RAUL SUNICO IN THE KEY OF C: CONSERVING THE COUNTRY’S CULTURAL HERITAGE."


i) YES to Correct Canvas Stretcher, page 7

UST Museum offers stretcher that ensures proper stretching of canvas.


j) Thank you! page 8

Expressing gratitude to the people who extend their help to UST Museum.


k) Staff Box, page 8

Contributors corner.

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