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Lopez Museum and Library Hosts Plotting Points

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Mar 14, 2017
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A Museum Summit at the University of Santo Tomas

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Through a grant from the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the Lopez Museum and Library (LML) is pleased to host the Museum Summit titled Plotting Points at the University of Santo Tomas this 30 March – 1 April 2017.

Plotting Points endeavors to bring together museum practitioners from all over the Philippines to reassess the current state of the field in line with developments in programs and policies that are of relevance to the arts and culture sector. This summit engages some of the issues and challenges confronting museums and other cultural institutions in the 21st century by creating opportunities for dialogue and exchanges of ideas, strategies and skills in museum research, operational practices and programming.

Underscoring the important role that the museum takes on in the communities that they are a part, practitioners in the varied but interrelated specializations in the museum will be presented with relevant topics and breakout sessions that highlight the importance of plotting linkages, partnerships and collaborations with other disciplines, and recognize shared responsibilities in helping the attainment of sustainable cultural development.

Keynote address will be delivered by Felice Sta. Maria. The Summit program is broken down into three days: 30 March (Day 1) includes all plenary sessions; 31 March (Day 2) features parallel breakout sessions of various formats such as lectures, workshops, case study presentations and panel discussions. Select breakout sessions are co-presented by Zero-In Museum Consortium and Alliance of Great Manila Area Museums (AGMAM). While 1 April (Day 3) is allotted for site visits in museums and other cultural sites in 3 key areas in Manila: (1) Quezon City (2) Manila; and (3) Pasig and Makati Area.

Registration is required as availability of slots is limited. Priority will be given to museum practitioners (those working in museums and historical/national shrines).

To register, call (+632) 631 2417 or (+632) 635 9545, look for Tina Modrigo or Therese Macaraig, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Registration is free of charge.

Please take note of registration schedule:

• First round of registration - 9 Mar (Thurs) - 19 Mar 2017, 11:59 PM (Sun)

Slots are exclusive for museum practitioners only.

• Second round of registration - 20 Mar (Mon) - 27 Mar 2017, 11:59 PM (Mon)

Slots are open to non-museum practitioners.

• Last day of registration - 27 Mar 2017, 11:59 PM (Mon)

Registration forms and other guidelines are uploaded online (FB Page Plotting Points) or may be requested via email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

For program updates, follow Plotting Points (Facebook Page) and @plottingpoints (Instagram). Plotting Points is made possible with the generous support from First Philippine Industrial Park (FPIP), Gourmet Farms Inc. and UBER.