Not all stories of heritage are good to hear. More often than not, we hear some heartbreaking stories of our national patrimony going through various stages of change. Heritage, as we know today, requires a deeper insight to the evolution of the cities and its architecture, as seen through the eyes of someone who has lived through all these changes.

Award-winning author and UST College of Architecture professor, Ar. Manolo Noche, who has been involved in the Philippine heritage movement and who have experienced heritage himself for more than five decades, gives his very sobering, unbiased insights and lowdown opinions on issues about Philippine heritage. His talk encompasses various topics from how heritage evolved in the country, what transpired, what trends have emerged, as well as the back stories and important lessons on some of the policies, projects and initiatives that have failed.

Don’t miss this very special Pamana Talks session, in celebration of National Heritage Month! Just visit the Facebook event page, click “GOING,” and you will be instantly notified when the talk is broadcast via Facebook Live on Saturday May 23, 10am-11:30am. You may also ask your questions to Manolo live on Facebook.

(This is a FREE event. Please note that no e-certificates will be given for viewers and attendees. Learning is open and free, and we believe that’s more important than earning certificates.)