Manila opens clock tower museum
Before he stepped down as Manila Mayor, Isko Moreno Domagoso led the ribbon cutting for the Manila Clock Tower Museum on Wednesday.
The new museum features exhibits commemorating the historic battle of Manila, which were designed and curated by Ohm David and Elba Cruz, according to the Manila public information office.
The museum likewise showcases the work of Filipino visual artist Rene Robles and international artists Sherwin Paul Gonzales and Nante Carandang.
Also featured are award-winning artworks from Tawid Gallery and furniture artist Agi Pagkatipunan.
Joining Domagoso at the ribbon cutting were Jeremy Barns, director of National Museum, Rene Escalante, chairman of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines, Penelope Belmonte, undersecretary of the National Anti-Poverty Commission, andGuiller Asido, Administrator of Intramuros Administration.