pSaysay, NHCP to Relaunch Exhibit, Lecture at Fort Santiago
The National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) in partnership with Philippine History in Color (PHC) and Project Saysay will be holding an event entitled "Colorizing History,” a free workshop on how to digitally colorize photographs, as well as an exhibit featuring rare images of World War II in the Philippines. The exhibit, entitled "Mga Kulay ng Digmaan" (Colors of the War) is made possible by historian Dr. Ricardo Trota Jose from the University of the Philippines Diliman and Ivan Andrew Bilugan, founder of Philippine History in Color. The workshop will be held this coming 23 March 2018, from 9:00 am to 11:00 am. This will be held in Museo ni Rizal, Fort Santiago, Intramuros, Manila. The workshop is free, but is only limited to 30 slots. This is the first time Mga Kulay ng Digmaan will be opened to the public. The exhibit was first installed in the lobby of Clark International Airport last August 2017. Now, it will be housed in The Rizal Shrine inside Fort Santiago. The exhibit will be open for public viewing from 23 March to the first week of April 2018.