Your Weekend Guide (June 8, 2018)

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Lecture on art restoration

THE Ayala museum, in conjunction with the Alfonso Ossorio: A Survey exhibition, presents a talk on the restoration of the artworks at the Saint Joseph the Worker Chapel with Liliane “Tats” Manahan on June 9, 3 p.m. The session is free with museum admission. For more information, contact research@ayalamuseum.org.

G-Force Project 2018

THE G-FORCE dance center presents the G-Force Project 2018, a summer dance workshop concert on June 8, 7:30 p.m. at The Theater at Solaire. For tickets, visit TicketWorld (www.ticketworld.com.ph, 891-9999).

Young Choreographer’s showcase

BALLET PHILIPPINES showcases versatility and artistic excellence in a double program that is the culminating activity of the 49th CCP Summer Dance Workshop and opening of the company’s 49th season at the Cultural Center of the Philippines on June 9 and 10. Up and coming choreographers will showcase their new works that define the company’s mission to develop artists. For tickets, call 551-1003.

SOLO Breakout Room

GLOBE and Breakout Manila present Solo: A Star Wars Story Breakout Room. Breakout Manila runs a number of themed mystery rooms where patrons are locked in and must solve a series of clues before getting released. Globe customers can take on the challenge for free every Friday to Sunday from June 1 to 24 at the Breakout Manila branches at Serendra in Bonifacio Global City, and Greenbelt 5 in Makati City. Movie passes and limited edition packs are in store for teams who finish the challenge. Solo: A Star Wars Story is the latest movie from the Star Wars franchise, which traces the origin of Han Solo and his best bud, Chewbacca, as they acquire the Millennium Falcon.

G.A.M.E. for kids

ALWIN REAMILLO’s Bayanihan Hopping Spirit House is currently on view at the Ayala Museum in Makati.

AFTER THE successful run of G.A.M.E. (Greenbelt Ayala Museum Experience) last year, featuring renowned Lulu Tan Gan with her Yarn Bomb Knit Bomb exhibition, Ayala Malls Greenbelt hosts another initiative just in time for Independence Day. On June 10, children up to the age of 12 can come visit Ayala Museum for free when they donate a toy, which will be given to the kids of Hero (Help Educate and Rear Orphans) Foundation, a non-profit organization that aims to help the families of fallen soldiers from the Armed Forces of the Philippines. Ayala Museum will also be giving 50% of the day’s museum admission to the organization. The children of the Hero Foundation will also be treated to a day of arts and culture plus fun-filled activities and surprises. There will be booths from Hobbes & Landes and Color Me Mine, as well as sweet treats from Elait! Ice Cream and other concessionaires. In addition, museum-goers can enjoy the Bayanihan Hopping Spirit House, an art installation by Alwin Reamillo. The collapsible bamboo-framed hut on stilts is emblematic of the Filipino value of bayanihan — when townspeople would help carry a neighbor’s bahay kubo when moving to a new site. Reamillo’s Bayanihan Hopping Spirit House has made its own travels, from Sydney to Manila, where it currently resides at the Ayala Museum Plaza. For more information, visit www.ayalamuseum.org