The University of San Carlos (USC) officially launched its own Institutional History and Temporary Exhibitions Gallery at its museum, which is located between the two wings at the ground floor of the Arthur Dingman building Building in the Downtown Campus, this Thursday, August 25, 2016yesterday morning from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Some faculty members, college and senior high school students witnessed and attended the event.
The University university renewed its Institutional History and Temporary Exhibitions Gallery with a new institutional timeline and graphic panels, which were blessed by the University Chaplain Fr. Roger Bag-ao, SVD. The timeline and the graphic panels showed and explained in detail the entire history of the different colleges — (now called schools —) that make up the Universityuniversity.
The gallery featured the Savellon Art Collection, an additional collection of paintings donated by the Savellon family. It also featured a Japanese samurai statue, coined as the Asian version of the medieval armor in Europe, and a replica of the Hina hina Goten goten or Palacepalace, an antique Japanese dollhouse used in recreating a scene from the Imperial imperial Japanese Courtcourt.
The USC Museum contains five other galleries showcasing the different artifacts and machines used back in the past, and a butterfly collection. It also has a museum shop selling different historical books and bookmarks that feature six landmarks in both the Downtown and Talamban campuses.
According to the Curator for Research and Exhibitions Mr. Jose Eleazar R. Bersales, Ph.D., the collections in the museum served as “windows into the past,” which gave a glimpse of everything that happened and existed before the digital age today.
University President Fr. Dionisio M. Miranda, SVD, Peter Damian Savellon Najarro, and Dr. Romola Savellon signed the memorandum of agreement on the Savellon Art Collection. Fr. Miranda, SVD and Ms. Caroline Tan- Porras, president of Clint Kamms Corporation, unveiled the gift from Clint Kamms Corporation to USC Museum.