IRISH AMBASSADOR VISITS MUSEO DABAWENYO
Ireland Ambassador William John Carlos together with his wife Mme. Irene Carlos and Irish Embassy Deputy Chief of Mission Brian MacCrohan paid a visit at Museo Dabawenyo, Davao City last July 27, 2022 in the morning. Ireland’s newest embassy in the Philippines never missed to deepen their diplomatic relations with our country and Davao City being the home of the prominent officials such as former President Rodrigo “Digong” Duterte and the newly incumbent Vice-President Sara Duterte, it is just right to get a glimpse of the city’s diverse culture and history.
See you again!
37th KADAYAWAN FESTIVAL 2022
Check out the week-long celebration from August 15-21, 2022 through this article: https://museo.davaocity.gov.ph/?p=857. See you!
History of Davao City in 50 objects
Museo Dabawenyo is open again for the public eye since March 14, 2022. The museum is located at Philippine Women’s College – Mindanao Folk Arts Museum and Studies Center (PWC-MFAMSC) along University Ave., Juna Subdivision, Matina, from Monday-Saturday 8:30am-5:30pm. The Museo Dabawenyo’s exhibition at Juna is famous for exhibiting 50 objects narrating from the First Peoples, the Colonial Landscape, Revolution/Resistance and Reconstruction, Resurgence and Reinvention, up to the Current Perspectives and Future Directions. This article will offer you the 50 objects as a point of reference if visiting the museum is not possible. This is the link for the 50 objects: https://museo.davaocity.gov.ph/?p=703
A History of Davao City in 50 Objects Exhibit
In light of the growing concerns of COVID-19 in the Philippines, the Museo Dabawenyo can be explored safely in our 3D Virtual Museum Tour. Please run the link below to visit our 3D museum.bit.ly/2Q0vC92