Special Exhibits

Current Exhibit
Krtek Comes to Manila

Krtek has been travelling all over the Philippines, and finally arrived in Manila! Museo Pambata and Czech Embassy Manila introduced this well-loved Czech animated character to Filipino audiences through an exhibit. Aside from photo panels, kids can see various merchandise bearing Krtek's image, decorate illustrations with crayons, and play with a giant puzzle.

May 6 to June 3, 2018 // Karapatan Hall

Past Exhibits
BATA: An Exhibit with Taverne Gutenberg

In celebration of Children's Month, Museo Pambata hosted an exhibition of artworks created by children mentored by Taverne · Gutenberg's founders Henri Lamy and Maïa d'Aboville with their international art residency program entitled Ugnayan sa Poblacion. The artists Abdoul Khadre Seck, Alex Beretta, Chufy and Henri Lamy held a series of weekly art workshops at Virlanie Foundation Philippines (Makati), Stairway Foundation, Inc. (Puerto Galera), Project Pearls (Tondo), Association Compassion Asian Youth (Quezon City) and Asilo de San Vicente de Paul (Museo Pambata).

November 29, 2017 // Karapatan Hall

Let's Go ASEAN

Let's Go ASEAN!, an exhibition featuring the culture of the ten ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nations) member countries, runs until May 31st at Museo Pambata.
The exhibition features cultural items from each country, such as local art and crafts, stamps and currencies, national costumes, toys, and musical instruments.

March 28, 2017 // Karapatan Hall

Let's Walk Manila!

Take a stroll through a miniature Manila, with landmarks made out of cardboard models, and learn all about the capital city.

June 24 to 30, 2017 // Karapatan Hall

Motions and Emotions

Featuring the art of Henri Lamy.

Henri Lamy is a French figurative painter. His palette-knife paintings appear to be more abstract at close range but become more figurative from a distance. His latest concept involves capoeira and live-painting. Motions and Emotions is a fundraising project of Museo Pambata Foundation and Stairway Foundation.

February 6 to March 6, 2016 // Karapatan Hall

Marc Cosico's Lamon

Featuring the works of Marc Cosico.

It's a feast for the eyes and mind. Marc Cosico exhibits his works inspired by consumerism, capitalism and Philippine society.

October 9 to 31, 2015 // Karapatan Hall

Muslim Culture in the Philippines

Experience the beauty of the Muslim culture through an exhibit showcasing Muslim history, culture and items. This exhibit was done in cooperation with the Magbassa Kita Foundation and the Philippine Center for Islam and Democracy.

August 2014 and 2015 // Old Manila Room

Childhood Artifacts

Featuring the works of Aba Lluch Dalena, Atsuko Yamagata, Aze Ong, Charlene Bayani, Kayo Nagata, Lisa Ito, Marie Ikura, Mayuko Fukumoto and Sinag de Leon

The exhibit highlights the participating artists' own recollections and representations of childhood objects and play: objects, sounds and images that stand as starting points in learning how to create.

August 21 to 29, 2014 // Karapatan Hall

Manila: My Favorite Place

Manila is a city rich in history and vibrance! This exhibit showcased the favorite places of Manila's city leaders.

June 24 to July 10, 2014 // Old Manila Room

Isang Dekada's Isa ng L: Laro, Likha at Lakbay

Featuring the art of Roco Caxantino Corona
This mother and son tandem will help unleash your creativity. See the works of 11 year old Roco Caxantino "Cax" Corona, and join a workshop facilitated by his mother, Connia Macatuno.

May 3 to 18, 2014 // Karapatan Hall

My Soul's Light

Featuring the art of Aze Ong
For Women's Month, witness an enchanting display of whimsical and colorful crochet art, with items such as interconnected hats, kimono-inspired clothing and squeeze toy artwork hung entirely from the ceiling.

March 8 to 22, 2014 // Karapatan Hall

Tikoy's Gift of Perspective

Featuring the illustrations of eleven-year-old artist Lance Basilio or "Tikoy"
The exhibit features Tikoy's illustrations of buildings and landscapes which he has been imagining and drawing since age four.

February 16 to March 16, 2014 // Changing Exhibits Gallery