Estudio de los antiguos alfabetos filipinos (1895) Author: Cipriano Marcilla y Martín Publisher: Tipo-litografia del asilo de huérfanos Year: 1895 Language: Spanish
Anna V. A. Resurreccion's insight:
Cipriano Marcilla was the father of VIctoria Aquino and Carmen Aquino. Victoria married Leon C Flor, and their Children were Fe, Leonilo , VIrginia, Leonardo,Manuel and Maria Paz.. Virginia Flor Agbayani, now 92 years old, is the sole living grand daughter of this famous author.
Marcilla y Martin, Cipriano. Estudio de los antiguos alfabetos filipinos. Malabon: Tipo-lit. del Asilo de Huerfanos, 1895.
On February 7, 2013, was the opening of two major exhibits. The Bulwagan ng Dangal was the brainchild of Professor Ruben David Defeo who singlehandedly executed his vision to acquire an extensive collection of works of art from renowned Philippine Artists, graduates of the University of the Philippines College of Fine Arts, for the University.
Attending the event together with UP President Fred Pascual and his Spouse, Menchu, who herself was a student of fine arts at the University, were several dignitaries, the Philippine artistis and the only Professor Emerita of the UP College of Fine Arts, Virginia Flor Agbayani.
It was a reunion of sorts as the renowned artists visited with their former professor, Agbayani. They recalled stories of past years beginning with their College of Fine Arts years, and their development to the stellar artists they currently are. In a private dinner with family and a family firiend, Agbayani stated, "my heart is overflowing with joy" at meeting her former students. She knew each one by name and had at least a few stories about every single one of them.
For more photos on the event and the artists, check out Agbayani's facebook site at:
March 2013 at the University of the Philippines, Executive House. With former Students and Colleagues from the College of FIne Arts. Hosted by Menchu Pascual, Fine Arts graduate and spouse of UP President Fred Pascual.
Agbayanis at Joya Exhibit- Cana Mari and Virginia Flor Agbayani seated; Anna Agbayani Resurreccion and Marianne Flor Agbayani, standing..
National Artist Jose Joya's works were exhibited recently at the Rockwell Tent. Virgina Flor Agbayani, Joya's former Professor and his Associate Dean during his term as University of the Philippines Dean of the College of Fine Arts. Also presrent at the exhibit were Joya's sisters Pining and Josie Joya Baldovino, long time family friends of the Agbayanis.
Also in attendance were Agbayani's daughters who grew up in the UP Campus at Diliman, knowing Joya as their Uncle Joe, Cana Mari and Marianne Agbayani, residents of California and Las Vegas, Nevada; and Anna Agbayani Resurreccion, a resident of Stone Mountain and Gainesville, Geogria and Makati, Philippines. A cousin, Cora Agbayani Tolentino, likewise attended. Joya was hosted at her ancestral home in the Ilocos, during an extensive tour of the Ilocos region to paint and sketch in the region.
The cocktails and buffet event was catered by Chef Laudico.
National Artist Bencab visited his former professor, Virginia Flor Agbayani. During his vist, he did the sketch of her shown above. Bencab was accompanied by Annie Sarthou and Art writer Rene Guatlo. Also present during the vist were members of Professor Agbayani's family, part-time residents of Makati, with whom she travels internationally.
Venue set-up and decoration. (Rey, JP, Skee and Elaine, Carl and Marie, Tania, Andre, Alvine)
Day 3 PM: May 19, 5:30 pm till - 90th Birthday Celebration
Reception - Upper Deck
Musical program by Pianist Dave Singer
Jojo, Chuck, Enxo and Micah; Bing and Vic, arrived
Melanie and Vik arrived
Bette and Don, with Daughter and Son-in-law, attended celebration.
Bernie and Bogie, and
Lily and Nof, attended celebration
Dinner on Lower deck-- Salad, Home-made rolls with honey whipped butter, Prime Rib from carving station (or Salmon), Mixed veggies, Roasted red-skinned potatoes, New York Caramel Cheesecake, Tea, Coffee.
Music by Dave Singer.
Slide show by Marianne
Younger set get-together on patio.
Karaoke on Patio, and till 3:00 am in Media room.
Day 4: May 20 - Birthday Brunch with relatives and Carl's friends on lower deck,
MIKI ( A Flor Family Tradition), Honey Cured Ham, Acharang Gulay, other side dishes.
Mass at Prince of Peace
Festivities continued through dinner.
Day 5: May 21 - Lunch on lower deck: Roasted peppers and veggies, Tilapia with Vidalia Onions and Tausi, Chicken. Boating on Lake Lanier, Dinner on the patio. Soup, Lechon, and Veggies. Opening of presents. Ice cream sundaes/cake for dessert.
Day 6: May 22 - Breakfast in upstairs kitchen/breakfast nook by Ruby Dee: Fried Rice, pancakes, eggs, ham. Lunch: Left-overs, More Boating on Lake Lanier, Sightseeing in Helen, GA-Bavarian Village in the Northeast GA mountains. Penne Pasta Dinner on Patio.
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