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The Philippine Consulate General in San Francisco would like to inform Filipino nationals, including dual citizens, of the open call for curatorial proposals for the Philippine participation in the 19th Venice Architecture Biennale (“Philippine Arts in Venice Biennale” or PAVB) in 2025.

The Venice Biennale is an international cultural exhibition hosted annually in Venice, Italy, and is considered the first of its kind in the world.

The PAVB is an opportunity for the Philippines to reaffirm its presence in the international contemporary art scene since the country’s first participation at the prestigious event in 1964, led by National Artists José Joya and Napoleón Abueva.

Filipino citizens who are architects, curators, practicing artists from the different disciplines, urban planners, ecological activists, geographers, historians and critics of space, heritage workers, and others are encouraged to contribute to the discourses on architecture, taking into consideration pressing global challenges, embracing sustainable and resilient design principles, fostering inclusivity and social responsibility in the built environment, and pushing the boundaries of architectural creativity.

Proposals should be grounded in research and interdisciplinary collaboration. Interested participants may wish to visit the PAVB website, Further guidelines about the proposal submissions may be accessed via the following link:

The accomplished Curatorial Proposal Form and all other documents must be sent via email at [email protected], with the subject heading “Curatorial Proposal Archi2025”, by April 30, 2024.

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