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The Outpost aims to increase discourse between Filipino artists and audiences with the international contemporary art community. It produces four exhibitions a year and a public program that draws inspiration from the context and activities of Bellas Artes Projects in Bataan and connect audiences with the artistic processes used by the exhibiting artists. The space is open 5 days a week, until 8 pm except holidays.

In line with national policy relating to the corona virus, the Bellas Artes Projects operations will be temporarily closed until further notice.

BAP QC

Opening Hours
Address
Gallery
Office
Tuesday to Saturday
12 pm to 8 pm
Sunday/Monday
Closed
Dates may vary during public holidays
Monday to Friday
8 am to 5 pm
Saturday/Sunday
Closed

Bellas Artes Projects
2/F Victoria Towers
Panay Avenue cor. Timog Avenue
Quezon City 1103

+63 (028) 817 2205
info@bellasartesprojects.org

Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar

Opening Hours
Address
Manila Reservation Office
Heritage Site & Hotel
Monday to Friday
8 am to 5 pm

Saturday/Sunday
Closed

Dates may vary during public holidays
Daily
7 am to 9 pm
Friday/Saturday
Closed
Barangay Ibaba
Bagac Bataan
Philippines 2107
T +63 (028) 833 3333 — Local 116-117
M +63 (917) 872 9361
info@lascasasfilipinas.com
Directions
Casa Quiapo
Taking pride in promoting heritage, Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar is appropriately located in a nook of Philippine history. This heritage collection and resort in Bagac, Bataan can be accessed in multiple ways. For a map, click here.
Public Transport
  1. From Pasay Rotonda along EDSA (below MRT station) Approximately PHP 300+/pax Take the Genesis Bus to Balanga Bus Station (trip starts at 4:00 AM; bus arrives every 30 minutes) From the bus station, take the jeepney going to Bagac or Morong (Bagac-bound has a limited time while Morong-bound has a longer time) Upon reaching Bagac, get down at the Filipino-Japanese Friendship Tower and go to the tricycle station Take tricycle going to Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar (Gate 5 entrance)
  2. From Cubao along EDSA (below MRT station) Approximately PHP 270+/pax Take the Genesis Bus or Bataan Transit along EDSA Cubao to Balanga Bus Station (trip starts at 4:00 AM; bus arrives every 30 minutes) From the bus station, take the jeepney going to Bagac or Morong (Bagac-bound has a limited time while Morong-bound has a longer time) Upon reaching Bagac, get down at the Filipino-Japanese Friendship Tower and go to the tricycle station Take tricycle going to Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar (Gate 5 entrance)
  1. From Pasay Rotonda along EDSA (below MRT station)
    Approximately PHP 300+/pax

    Take the Genesis Bus to Balanga Bus Station (trip starts at 4:00 AM; bus arrives every 30 minutes)

    From the bus station, take the jeepney going to
    Bagac or Morong (Bagac-bound has a limited time while
    Morong-bound has a longer time.

    Upon reaching Bagac,    get down at the Filipino-JapaneseFriendship Tower and go to the tricycle station
    Take tricycle going to Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar
    (Gate 5 entrance)
    From Cubao along EDSA (below MRT station)
    Approximately PHP 270+/pax
    Take the Genesis Bus or Bataan Transit along
    EDSA Cubao to Balanga Bus Station
    (trip starts at 4:00 AM; bus arrives every 30 minutes)
    From the bus station, take the jeepney going to Bagac or
    Morong (Bagac-bound has a limited time while
    Morong-bound has a longer time)
    Upon reaching Bagac, get down at the Filipino-Japanese
    Friendship Tower and go to the tricycle station
    Take tricycle going to Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar
    (Gate 5 entrance)

Fly to NAIA (Ninoy Aquino International Airport) and follow the directions for travel by Land or Sea from Manila to Bagac, Bataan.

By Private Car
Bataan is accessible via the Subic Clark Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX) and Northern Luzon Expressway (NLEX). There are buses running directly to Balanga town proper, which is about 125 km northwest of Manila. From Olongapo City, you may take the Victory Liner Buses. Tricycles and jeepneys are the primary modes of transport around Bataan.
Parking
Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar visitors may use the designated parking area within the site (charges apply).
Accessibility
We are currently working on making the entire exhibition space at BAP fully accessible. accessible to all, including wheelchair users. There is an accessible toilet on the ground we make video recordings of most of our public programs, which are made available on our Vimeo/YouTube channels after events. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at info@bellasartesprojects.org.
Casa Quiapo was reconstructed in Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar in 2006 and became the Escuela de Bellas Artes contemporary art space in 2013 under the foundation of Bellas Artes Projects, former BAP Artistic Director Diana Campbell.

Not Vital Chapel

During the first half of 2015, Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar hosted artist Not Vital and architect Paulo dos Sousa as artists-in-residence. This led to the construction of a chapel where the community can congregate in peaceful isolation.

The Workshop

One of the highlights of a visit to Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar is the workshop tour where you can see the artisans engaged in their crafts.

Bellas Artes Projects
2/F Victoria Towers
Panay Avenue cor. Timog Avenue
Quezon City 1103

+63 (028) 817 2205

info@bellasartesprojects.org

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