Liberation: War and Hope
walks the path of the Philippines as it moves to a sense of normalcy, independence, and hope after centuries of oppression and struggle. It engages with photos, everyday objects, printed materials, & documents that compel the visitor to look in and rethink, reflect and remember the lives of those who lived prior, during, and immediately after the end of World War II.
An exhibition by the Filipinas Heritage LibraryExhibition Design:
Rubbertree Design Studio
Diorama Windows: Mel Silvestre and Desi Reyes
- Visitors will be admitted on a first come, first served basis, subject to capacity limit (14 guests at a time).
- This exhibition is FREE and open to the public. Booking is not required for this exhibit. (To visit the rest of the Ayala Museum, book for your ticket at ayalamuseum.org/visit.)
- Access to the exhibit is via the 2F Greenbelt elevated walkway entrance (except for booked Museum guests who can access the exhibit from inside the Museum).
- Photography is allowed in this exhibit.
- After visiting the exhibit, visitors are free to share feedback here: tinyurl.com/FHL-Liberation-Feedback