Everything you missed at Ayala Museum's Inspire Every Day

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This year's Inspire Every Day gathered over 4,000 students, art enthusiasts, creatives, and people from all walks of life. Photo by FRUHLEIN ECONAR

Manila (CNN Philippines Life) — Over 4,000 students, art enthusiasts, creatives, and people from all walks of life gathered last Saturday at the Ayala Museum to celebrate art, culture, and history in the Inspire Every Day event, powered by CNN Philippines Life and Avida Land. Aside from the free entrance to the museum gallery, the day was also filled with creative activities such as Artwork’s DIY silk screening booth and Muni PH’s passion pitch; talks and discussions from photographer BJ Pascual and filmmaker Jerrold Tarog; a live painting session by calligraphist Anina Rubio, in collaboration with Avida Land; Lego sculpture installations of Manila’s heritage buildings by Philippine Lego Users Group, with insights from Viva Manila's Julia Nebrija; and performances by Ballet Philippines, Manila Symphony Junior Orchestra, and Tago Jazz Cafe.

Here are some of the things that went down during the event.

Calligrapher Anina Rubio doing a live painting in collaboration with Avida Land. Photo by FRUHLEIN ECONAR

For Inspire Every Day, Ayala Museum's third annual free-admission day, visitors are treated to a day filled with talks, workshops, and hands-on activities. Photos by FRUHLEIN ECONAR

A performer from Ballet Philippines during one of the intermissions at "Inspire Every Day." Photo by FRUHLEIN ECONAR

After a short talk about his passions, BJ Pascual mentored a select group of young photographers during "Inspire Every Day." Photo by FRUHLEIN ECONAR

he musicians from Tago Jazz Cafe performing for museum visitors. Photos by FRUHLEIN ECONAR

Kids enjoying Artwork's DIY station where they can customize shirts, pouches, and bags. Photo by FRUHLEIN ECONAR

The Philippine Lego Users Group, in collaboration with Viva Manila, created lego sculptures of the city's heritage buildings such as the Paco train station (left) and the El Hogar building (right). Photos by FRUHLEIN ECONAR

One of the speakers during Muni PH's "Passion Pitch," held at the Inspire Every Day event at the Ayala Museum. Photo by FRUHLEIN ECONAR

Artwork's silk-screening booth at the ground floor of the Ayala Museum, where people can design their own shirts, pouches, and bags. Photos by FRUHLEIN ECONAR

Visitors get free access to Ayala Museum's galleries during the event. Photo by FRUHLEIN ECONAR