This Is Your Chance to Join a Free Tour of Museo Del Prado
You also get to meet the guy behind The Book Stop.
(SPOT.ph) Artists, art enthusiasts, and just about anyone flocked to Intramuros in Manila as soon as Museo del Prado’s pop-up exhibit opened in May. After all, this might be our only chance to see paintings by the great Francisco de Goya, Albrecht Dürer, and even our own Juan Luna—or at least high definition photographic prints of their works all housed in esteemed museum in Madrid.
To make El Museo del Prado en Filipinas even more special, Instituto Cervantes de Manila and the Embassy of Spain in the Philippines invited Architect William Ti, Jr. for a free-for-all guided tour on June 24 at 5 p.m. As the founder of WTA Architecture and Design Studio, he is the guy behind our favorite bite-sized library, The Book Stop, which is now on display within the Walled City, too.
The Philippines is the last stop for this traveling exhibit by the Spanish museum. It runs until July 31 at Plaza Roma, Intramuros, Manila, before making its rounds all over the country.
Admission to the guided tour is free on an RSVP basis. For reservations, send e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.