Pinto Art is known for its galleries in mission-style buildings amid lush gardens, exhibiting contemporary and native art. Pintô is insired by Santorini design and architecture that is located in the heart of Antipolo, Rizal.
Entrance Fee and Rates
A regular ticket costs PHP200 for a whole day tour around the gallery. Special discounts are also available for senior citizens at PHP180 and students with proper school ID at PHP100. Tickets are available at the entrance.
Pinto Art Museum Schedule
The museum is open on Tuesdays to Sunday from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM.
How to go to Pinto Art Museum
By public transportation (coming from Cubao):
Take the LRT Line 2 and get off at the Santolan Station
Take a jeepney or FX bound for Antipolo (look for jeepneys bound for Antipolo-Simbahan-Junction or Antipolo-Shopwise), Tanay (Tanay-Antipolo), or Teresa.
Get off at Ynares Center.
Ride a tricycle and ask the driver to drop you at Grand Heights Subdivision (some drivers are not familiar with Pinto Art Museum).
By public transportation (coming From Ortigas area):
Ride a jeep/FX going to Antipolo (there is a jeepney terminal at the Greenfield District area and an FX terminal at SM Megamall Parking area). Estimated fare is P45.
Once you reach the Ynares Center, take a tricycle and ask the driver to take you to Grand Heights Subdivision. Estimated fare for trike is P40.
At the guard house, tell them you’re going to the museum.
We had a truly spectacular night at the Manila premiere of the World’s First International Tour of Disney’s THE LION KING at The Theatre, Solaire on March 2018 and officially ended its season on May 27, 2018.
I have always loved The Lion King ever since I was a baby! I grew up being called by my siblings as “Simba” because they said I look like him when I was born. And I took it as a compliment. ANYWAY. I’m a Disney baby, yes! Literally. So having the opportunity to watch them musical LIVE was yet another one for the books and I would love to watch it all over again.
Here are some of my snaps on one of their premiere performances! I only have a few since I was running late. I also wasn’t able to take a photo of their photo walls because the show was already about to begin. I know! I’ll come earlier next time.
It was an awesome show with a bunch of talented people! Young Nala and Simba were played by Filipino cast.
Felt ecstatic and nostalgic after watching The Lion King! Definitely, a show to watch when you need to be reminded of that little kid buried in the trivialities of adulthood.
“Yes, the past can hurt. But from the way I see it, you can either run from it or learn from it.” – Rafiki
Thank you again Concertus Manila! The first leg of The Lion King International was truly remarkable.
Bethel Music is a community of worshippers pursuing the presence of God and doing life together. Their mssion is to carry the culture of Heaven to the nations through worship and to see the global exapnsion of God’s Kingdom through His manifest presence.
That is why, Manila was so privileged to have them lead us in worship last March 18, 2017 at SMART Araneta Coliseum. I was glad that I finally got to see them live and not just on podcasts and Youtube videos. Hehehe. They were supposed to visit Manila last October 2015 but because of some unforeseen events, they had to call it off. But God’s plan still stands strong— they made it this time. Truly, God’s timing is always perfect!
12, 000 sons and daughters of Christ came together and laid down everything and worshipped at His feet. It was also a great opportunity for us to pray for our nation. 🇵🇭
But the time is coming–indeed it’s here now–when true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and in truth. The Father is looking for those who will worship him that way.– John 4:23 NLT
Shoutout to Becca Music for making this happen. You are a blessing to many! Follow them on Twitter and Instagram for upcoming concerts and events.
Happy is what happens when ll your dreams come true!
WICKED, the Broadway and West End musical phenomenon, acclaimed as “one of the greatest musical of our time” (Daily Mail, UK) once again thrillified the Filipino audiences. The show ran from February 2 to March 19, 2017 at The Theatre at Solaire.
West End and UK actors led the cast when the show opened in Manila – including Jacqueline Hughes (Elphaba), Carly Anderson (Glinda), Bradley Jaden (Fiyero), Steven Pinder (The Wizard and Doctor Dillamond), Kim Ismay (Madame Morrible), Iddon Jones (Boq), Emily Shaw (Nessarose) and Jodie Steele (who performs the role of Elphaba at certain performances).
My top favourite Wicked songs are For Good, Defying Gravity and Popular-ar!
Everything was green. I cannot!
Thanks to everyone who offered to take my photos. Hehe.
One short day in the Emerald City!
With my Glinda during intermission… keeping ourselves together after the spectacular performance of Defying Gravity. *cried a bucket of tears
Wicked – International Cast curtain call! I cannot.😭
“Who can say if I’ve been changed for the better, but because I knew you… I have been changed for good.”
Special thanks to Concertus Manilafor making this dream come true! You can follow them on Twitter and Instagram @concertusmanila.
Last December 2016, God has blessed me the opportunity of meeting and worshiping with Hillsong United LIVE! God’s presence was so thick and tangible during the time of worship and my heart was glad knowing and seeing that everyone was having their own encounter with Christ. It’s really never about who’s up there. It’s about Him, JESUS. The only King who deserves our praise and adoration.
I have also realised that night, that indeed God sees the desires of our hearts. He knows how I wanted to meet and worship with Hillsong and this opportunity came with just a snap! It challenged me to believe for more, to hope for more. For nothing is impossible with Him and that He could always work things out for good, more than we could ever imagine. Dreams do come true because Jesus is alive! And because of that…
Hillsong Conference, I’m coming for you! By faith! 😀
JD, Taya & Jad
This girl is on fire!
Taya Smith singing “Touch The Sky”.
Jadwin Gillies singing one of Hillsong’s all-time hit, “Still”.
My own version of #squadgoals. 😉 I was seriously freaking out inside.
*In Aussie accent* “Hey Taya, you’re not just a country girl” 🙂
With Simon Gibbes, Hillsong Band’s awesome drummer and their amazing technical director. 🙂
One more day and it’s not the same Your spirit calls my heart to sing Drawn to the voice of my Savior once again Where would my soul be without your Son Gave His life to save the earth Rest in the thought that You’re watching over me
“Many are the plans in a person’s heart, but it is the Lord’s purpose that prevails.”– Proverbs 19:21
We all have our set of plans and dreams planted in our hearts. Some of us even have set timelines for ourselves to inspire us to do well and to encourage us as we make our dreams come to life. In other words, we tend to have itineraries for our lives, for the journey ahead of us. Which by the way is not entirely wrong.
But what if those plans that we have doesn’t match Gods will for us? He said in His word that as we delight ourselves in the Lord, He will give us the desires of our hearts. And it was only then that I have realized, that God honors our desires too. But sometimes when God intervenes, He takes some of these and replaces it with His beautiful purpose for our lives that brings us to greater heights in our relationship and greater adventure with Him.
Faith is a journey to the unknown, faith is approaching the unknown.
The unknown has always been a scary thing. We imagine it as somewhere dark or is akin to a long tunnel that neither of us wants to enter, but what amazes me most is that God is present even in the unknown moments of our lives, and that faith comes after believing that even if things didn’t work out as planned, God is still faithful and His will stands the same, and that His love for us remains constant. Faith is more than just trusting. It also means leaving the familiar behind and being vulnerable with the Lord’s plans, embracing His ways, no matter how unplanned or unexpected things would get. This thought could be daunting, but it’s comforting to know that in every season, in every change, He is with us and that He is always for us.
I have learned that life detours are God’s way of revealing His heart to us, inviting us to know Him more as we journey with Him into the wilderness. He has taught me to rest in His love in times of confusion, fear and disappointment. And as soon as we recognize how God turns our greatest pains and detours to invite us to a beautiful dependence on Him, freedom and peace replaces fear and worry.
And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to His purpose. – Romans 8:28
I remember the exact words I prayed to God during the New Year’s Eve of 2014. And it has been one of my prayers too during our annual Prayer and Fasting. So I asked God for a breakthrough. I find it too general, so I added, “Father, I ask for a breakthrough in every aspect of my life.” Ha, I know what you’re thinking. But yes, I did ask for it. I mean, who doesn’t want breakthroughs to happen in their lives, right?
And so 2015 came and so were my breakthroughs! But wait, there’s more…
Looking back, I realized that breakthrough is not something that we just sit around and wait for. Breakthroughs happen when we respond to God in obedience to what He has already commanded and already promised. It’s about tearing down the walls that we’ve built for ourselves. Walls that have locked us inside and caused us to limit ourselves from believing for more of God’s goodness and faithfulness. I have learned that every now and then, God would call us to get out from these barriers that prevent us from seeing the beauty of the will of the Lord.
Breakthrough happens the moment we surrender everything to God and believe that He will come through no matter how impossible and hopeless things may seem (an empty bank account, an unsuccessful career, a tired and weary soul and a broken heart). Laying everything at the feet of Jesus can be difficult and painful at times but it is always worth it. Knowing that all things work together for my good is enough to silence my fearful and anxious heart.
For God alone does the breakthrough. It’s always His job, never ours and He always have wanted to do impossible and incredible things in us, with us and through us.
So I say, 2015 was a wonderful journey with the Lord. I thank Him for constantly pursuing me, revealing Himself to me. I’m thankful for every answered and unanswered prayers and for all the grievous and joyous moments that He has allowed me to go through, all for His glory. And yes, Jesus came through my 2015 and I’m excited for a whole new year of journeying with Him this 2016.