Two art programs will be held at the Museo ni Jose Rizal in Calamba City, Laguna this summer: an art workshop, RIZAL AS AN ARTIST, on 20 April 2017 at 8:00 a.m., and the launch of an art space, L’ATELIER RIZAL, on 21 April at 1:00 p.m.


Facilitated by Ms. Janina Sanico of the Guild for Upholding and Harnessing Indispensable Talents (GUHIT PINAS), the art workshop caters to grade 5 to senior high school students who will be taught to create innovative artworks using natural pigments from indigenous plants, red clay and charcoal.

L’ Atelier Rizal is foreseen to be an important venue for showcasing artworks by local artists and craftsmen. For its initial offering L’ Atelier will feature the artworks of Ms. Janina Sanico and her students in the Summer Art Workshop.

Slots for the Summer Art Workshop are limited. Interested participants may pre-register at The launch of L’ Atelier Rizal is open to the public. For more details or inquiries, contact us at or (049) 834-1599.

The Museo ni Jose Rizal Calamba is administered by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines, a national government agency mandated to promote Philippine history through its museums, research works, and publications; and to preserve the nation’s historical heritage through conservation and marking of historic sites and structures.