What’s The Big Idea? Areté: Ateneo puts finishing touches on new art and innovation hub

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Ateneo president Fr Jett Villarin and Areté director Yael Buencamino talk to Coco Alcuaz about their vision, the educational revolution they hope to master, and the cultural boom they plan to spark

Ateneo de Manila University will soon open its Areté building, which will give it a new art gallery and a new theater. It will also have spaces for learning and experimentation, anchored on the idea that art and artists may inspire work in other fields.

Ateneo president Fr Jett Villarin and Areté director Yael Buencamino spoke on Rappler’s “What’s the Big Idea?” about their vision, the educational revolution they hope to master, and the cultural boom they plan to spark. – Rappler.com

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