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NCCA documents Pala’wan tribal dance

The National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCAA) has completed a grant project that documented the dance of the province's indigenous Pala'wan tribes...

House of Tala to launch activities for art, environment

Youth-led organization House of Tala by Awon PH is launching numerous activities for art and environment enthusiasts as part of the first-anniversary celebration. The organization...

Palaweña co-produced short film shown at Berlin’s Queer Asia Film Festival 2021

A 20-minute comedy-drama travel film redefining the concept of beauty in a world of pageants and beauty contests co-produced by a Palaweña landed a...

Modern ways to wear Filipiniana at Kultura

A cropped terno top worn with slim silk pants . . . Art Deco inspired black embroidery on a white silk terno top and...

Friends form group to help budding artists sell products

Any artistically-inclined young person will tell you more or less the same thing about how their elders have expressed concern for their financial futures. “Walang...

Three Palawan-based artists qualify for annual GSIS Nat’l Art Competition

Three Palawan-based artists have qualified for the annual GSIS National Art Competition, with the theme “Alay na Ginhawa sa Gitna ng Pandemya.” All three artists...

SM Stationery Virtual Art Fest 2021

Take a break from your school or work routine by taking the artistic route online with the first SM Stationery Virtual Art Fest 2021...

NCIP, DOT launch Epanaw tribute to IPs

The National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) alongside the Department of Tourism's Tourism Promotions Board (DOT-TPB) and other partner agencies initiated the regional launching...

Five-time Grammy Award winner American bassist Victor Wooten to hold virtual masterclass

The U.S. Embassy in the Philippines, Philippine International Jazz Festival, and Crossover Online Radio invite media to cover a virtual jazz masterclass with five-time...

7 things to look out for in the 3-day ‘V sa V: The Viet...

After its successful four-day bazaar, intended to “revive economic activities” in the city in December last year, the Viet Village in Barangay Sta. Lourdes...

National Museum’s ‘home series’ features Kanduli Shoal shipwreck near Palawan

In a post on January 4, Rachelle Ureta of the MUCHD of the National Museum of the Philippines (NMP) wrote that in 1985, together with the French team of underwater archeologist Franck Goddio, their electronic surveys searching for a British East Indiaman vessel Royal Captain, accidentally found the presence of a much older cargo hidden in a coral structure. 

Palaweño dance groups to perform in Dance Xchange on Air 2020

The exchange is a series of dance concerts joined by 250 various groups around the Philippines.