The Yuchengco Museum, located at RCBC Plaza in Makati City, is one of Manila's newest art museums and cultural assets. The museum opened its doors to the public in September 2005, and was created especially by Alfonso Yuchengco to house his art collection and be a venue for artistic and cultural exhibitions. The establishment of the museum was a natural extension of Yuchengco's distinguished career as an influential Filipino-Chinese businessman, diplomat, collector, philanthropist, art patron, and education advocate.
With its range of original exhibitions and engaging programs, the museum fosters a great public appreciation of the finest in Filipino and Filipino-Chinese creativity. The museum's offerings focus on three different themes: Sino-Filipino Expressions that highlight the visual arts ; Bridging Cultures, which showcases the rich and diverse cultural expressions from the Philippines, the region, and the world; and Design as Art Art as Design showing contemporary design excellence.
As a member of Yuchengco Group of Companies (YGC), the Yuchengco Museum is also a platform for the museum's corporate social responsibility. The museum also highlights the Yuchengco family and the YGC as patrons of arts and culture, positioning them not just as business leaders, but as vanguards of cultural heritage.
Corner Ayala and Sen. Gil Puyat Avenues
Makati City 1200
Telephone number: +63 (2) 889-1234
Fax number: +63 (2) 887-5144
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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