At the heart of its base of operations in Intramuros, the National Commission for Culture and Arts (NCCA) further fulfills its service to the Filipino Visual Arts community by re-opening the exhibition space at the lobby of the NCCA Building in response to the current demands of a vastly burgeoning contemporary art scene in the Philippines.
The creation of the NCCA Gallery dedicated to contemporary arts was a joint initiative by the Committees on Visual Arts (NCVA) and on Art Galleries (NCAG).
Through the establishment of the gallery, both committees envision to help young artists get their much needed exposure without hampering their zest to explore new tendencies on the edge of current art making. The new gallery is outfitted to accommodate video works and movable panels for installation pieces.
The NCCA Gallery is at 633 Gen Luna St. Intramuros, Manila (near the San Agustin Church). For more information about the gallery, please contact the secretariat at (02) 527-2192 local 328, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.