EXHIBITS


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UARD Exhibit

U.P. Diliman University Archives and Records Depository
40th Anniversary Exhibit located at the lobby of the
Main Library will run from June 18  up to July 31,  2014.

 Photo Gallery

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ARKI Students are all smiles with the donated library materials.

The SCG (Siam Ceramics Group) together with the Mariwasa Siam   Ceramics, Inc., one of the pioneers in ceramic industry providing eco-friendly quality designed ceramic tiles in the Philippines launched its pioneering project, called the “The SCG Gallery of Sustainable Environment” at the College of Architecture Library on November 28, 2013 in celebration of its 100th year. The exhibit runs through November 28, 2013 to November 28, 2015.

The gallery displays 50 new titles of architecture books,  Filipiniana periodicals on architecture, interior design,  fine arts and brochures/catalogs of ceramic tiles with tile calculators that benefit the students in helping and guiding them in their studies.

These donated library materials by Mariwasa augments the library collection for its users.  An e-bulletin board for its collection supports the catalogs for easy access. The students, faculty, professionals and design enthusiasts can stay up-to-date on the latest ceramic tiles with the click of a button! The Mariwasa Siam Ceramics will update annually the book collections display as well as the brochures and catalogs. A two-year subscription of three Filipiniana magazines will also be shouldered by the company.

The tapping of resources from architectural firms, architects, building material companies is a project of the College of Architecture Library on a long term to augment the reference materials of architecture students.

>>>M. A. Sornoza

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY photo-EXHIBIT
CSWCD LIBRARY
05-31 MARCH 2013

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The CSWCD Library joins the College in its month-long celebration of the Women’s month with a theme “Ang Buwan ng Kababaihan sa Ating Kolehiyo at sa U.P. Diliman.”. On 06 March 2013, a program was held at the college to mark the opening of the two photo-exhibits entitled: “International Women’s Day Photo-Exhibit,” sponsored by the CSWCD Library and the “Paglaya at Pagkilos: Mga Kwento Nina Lola” sponsored by WD 201 class. The International Women’s Day Photo-Exhibit highlighted the historical accounts of international women’s day which began in 1909 up to the year 2000 and beyond. The Paglaya at Pagkilos Photo-Exhibit, on the other hand, showcases the stories of seven comfort women, Pilar Lorenzo_Frias, Estelita Dy, Felicidad Barberan-delos Reyes, Virginia Villarma, Hilaria Viray-Bustamante, Narcisa Claveria and Lola Remedios.

Other activities for this event were as follows: Babae, Mahalaga, Masigla, Malaya : Serbisyo at Seminar Para sa Mga Kababaihan sa Komunidad, held on March 7, 2013, 1:00 t0 5:00 p.m., sponsored by WD 230 and  WD 291 classes and the Department of Women and Development Studies; and the Video presentation of Lauren Sevilla’s “Ang Babae sa Likod Mambabatok” to be shown on 14 March 2013, 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. at  Room 201 (CSWCD). The film showing was sponsored by the WD 112 class.

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—-lsadelacruz

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The University Library commemorated the 104th founding anniversary of the University of the Philippines with a mini photo-exhibit, 104 Years of Honor and Excellence.  Featured in the exhibit are various photographs of UP Presidents at work, well-recognized University symbols and some memorabilia from the various collections of the University Archives and Records Depository (UARD).

The photo-exhibit chronicles the growth and history of the State University, while featured memorabilia include the Deed of Sale of 493 hectares of Diliman property to the then UP President Bienvenido S. Gonzalez for the sum of P1.00; and several oblations statues from the UARD.

The exhibit will run from 18 June to 31 July 2012.

President Roman leads opening of the exhibit hall (photo credits: The Diliman UP Date Online)

President Roman leads opening of the exhibit hall (photo credits: The Diliman UP Date Online)

The Bulwagan ng Dangal (Hall of Honor) is the newest and largest exhibition hall in the University of the Philippines Diliman. Located at the basement of the Gonzalez Hall (University Library), it was inaugurated on 18 June 2009, the 101st Foundation Day of the University. In a brief program, University Librarian Prof. SALVACION M. ARLANTE welcomed the guests while Office of the Initiatives for Culture and the Arts (OICA) Director Prof. RUBEN DEFEO described a brief background of this endeavor. UP President EMERLINDA ROMAN, UP Diliman Chancellor SERGIO CAO and National Artists VIRGILIO ALMARIO and NAPOLEON ABUEVA, together with former UP president Dr. EMANUEL SORIANO and Regent NELIA GONZALEZ untied the ceremonial ribbon, marking the opening of the Bulwagan.

With the opening of the Bulwagan, Prof. Arlante noted that “In the modern concept, the university now has a library, an archives and a museum all in one place.” Its central location further emphasizes its focal presence as the geographic and cultural heart of the university. Dr. GERARD LICO, the Campus Architect and professor at the College of Architecture designed the basement of the Gonzalez Hall to serve its new purpose as an exhibit space.

The inaugural exhibit Pag-asa ng Bayan (photo credits: Ms. Ching Omega)

The inaugural exhibit Pag-asa ng Bayan (photo credits: Ms. Ching Omega)

The inaugural exhibit Pag-asa ng Bayan (Hope of the Nation) showcases the expansive and diverse art collection of the University. The works of eight National Artists adorn the halls of the Bulwagan: Fernando Amorsolo, Guillermo Tolentino, Vicente Manansala, Abdulmari Asia Imao, Napoleon Abueva, Ben Cabrera, Hernando Ocampo and Jose Joya. Also included are the works of eminent artists Onib Olmedo, Santiago Bose, Dominador Castañeda, Ofelia Gelvezon Tequi, Neil Doloricon and Rock Drilon, among others. Prof. Defeo and Prof. PATRICK FLORES of the Department of Art Studies are the co-curators of this exhibit.

In addition to the artworks, also included are some items from the University’s archival collection: framed photograph of Florentino Collantes (Filipino poet and the second Hari ng Balagtasan, after Jose Corazon de Jesus) and his family; the portrait of Hermogenes Ilagan (The Father of Philippine Theatre); and the manuscript and illustrations by Guillermo Tolentino for his book Ang Wika at Baybaying Tagalog, published in 1937.

The provenance of some artworks in the Collection cannot be documented; they have just been with the University for so long some of them have been hanging for years unnoticed or ignored in the halls of buildings. Case in point: some guests at the inauguration were surprised at the Hernando Ocampo artwork in the University Library Collection, only to realize that it has been hanging at the Filipiniana Books Reading room since the 1990s. This exhibit is their time to shine and be noticed once again. Some are donated by the artists themselves, most are given by students, alumni, faculty and friends of the university, thereby enhancing not just the art collection, but the intellectual and artistic legacy of UP.

The opening of the Bulwagan promises a platform to showcase the works of up and coming artists; it is also hoped that this venture will encourage more artists to donate some of their works, and for donors to bequeath their collection to further enrich the cultural and artistic landscape of the university. — ECLagrama

Prof. Arlante (center, in purple) with the ABAP Officials

Prof. Arlante with the ABAP Officials

Now known as the Academic Booksellers Association of the Philippines (formerly, the Association of Booksellers for the Academe and the Professions), the association kicked off this year’s book fair with the theme — The Filipino booksellers: responding to academic & information needs in the midst of global challenges.

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Atty. Tamano

Prof. Arlante

Prof. Arlante

The opening ceremonies were held last June 23rd at the Megatrade Hall I of the SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City. To formally inaugurate the exhibit, guests of honors Atty. ADEL TAMANO, President of the Association of Local Colleges and Universities (ALCU) and the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila (PLM), and UPD University Librarian Prof. SALVACION ARLANTE led the ribbon cutting ceremony. A short program later followed at the main seminar room of the exhibit hall. Atty. Tamano talked about the importance of the reading culture today and how instrumental the booksellers are to address this issue. Meanwhile, Prof. Arlante shared about the UP Library experience with booksellers and how they have welcomingly bridged for the needs of the Library. The state of the ABAP and of the industry in toto was highlighted by ABAP President Mr. LINO DAGUS. Mr. NOEL CABANGON graced the occasion as well and serenaded the audience with his inspiring compositions.

This year’s fair features 43 exhibitors in the book publishing/bookselling industry in the country. It is a perfect venue for librarians, students, professionals and book buffs to take advantage of this event, as books are offered at fair price. The five-day fair will run from June 23 to 27, 10AM-8PM at the Megatrade Hall I, 5th level Mega B, SM Megamall. — CMAbrigo

February 2009 — The College of Social Work and Community Development celebrated its College Week from 17-21 February 2009. The opening program was held at the CSWCD Library reading room on 17 February 2009, with the following activities: 1) Presentation of the Doctor in Social Development Program; 2) Launching of the CSWCD Journal; 3) Turn-Over of the CBCRM Materials; 4) Opening of the 4th CSWCD Library Book Fair; and 5) Opening of the Exhibits of Field Instruction Program. The opening program was attended by Chancellor SERGIO S. CAO, Dr. MANUEL F. BONIFACIO, Ms. LUZ L. RODRIGUEZ, the CSWCD Dean and faculty, staff and students, Prof. SALVACION M. ARLANTE, as well as a number of head librarians from the Diliman unit libraries.

Prof. Arlante leads the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the 4th CSWCD Library Book Fair

Prof. Arlante leads the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the 4th CSWCD Library Book Fair

Prof. Arlante led the ribbon-cutting ceremony that marked the opening of the 4th CSWCD Library Book Fair. The college dean, Dr. AMARYLLIS T. TORRES, assisted the university librarian in the cutting of ribbons. The Library had organized the CSWCD Book Fair since 2005 as its participation in the celebration of the college week. For the year 2009, there were seven local book dealers that participated in this said book fair namely: Belview Co., Inc., CD Books International, Inc., C & E Publishing, Inc., EDCA Publishing and Distributing, Corp., Goodwill Book Store, Ibon Foundation, and Linar Educational Materials.

Prof. Arlante awarding the Certificate of Appreciation to Mr. Allan Vera, CBCRM Resource Center

Prof. Arlante awarding the Certificate of Appreciation to Mr. Allan Vera, CBCRM Resource Center

Mr. Vera turning over the CBCRM Resource Center Book Collection to the CSWCD Library

Mr. Vera turning over the CBCRM Resource Center Book Collection to the CSWCD Library

During the turn-over ceremony held on the same date and venue, Dean Amar Torres received the CBCRM library materials from Mr. ALLAN VERA, coordinator of the CBCRM Resource Center. Prof. Arlante, on the other hand, had awarded a Certificate of Appreciation to the CBCRM Resource Center for donating books and other information sources, as well as book shelves to the CSWCD Library. The opening program was followed by a sumptuous lunch held at the Atrium of the CSWCD Building. –L. Dela Cruz

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