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Palawan’s arts and culture community facing hard times

Ceasar Sammy Magbanua, project manager of the provincial government's Palawan Arts and Culture Council (PACC), acknowledged this scenario in a presentation he made Tuesday before the Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines-East ASEAN Growth Area (BIMP-EAGA) Socio-Cultural Pillar.

“Culion” celebrates MMFF selection

Executive producer Gillie Sing told Palawan News that they decided to have a thanksgiving party in appreciation of the dedication shown by the members of the production team, from crew to cast, during the entire production of the movie.

Wilcon Depot supports the HUGIS ATBP. exhibit by PSID

The exhibit serves as the culminating event of the PSID Advanced class. There are 8 booths available for public viewing from 10 AM to 8 PM daily until October 31, 2019, at the 5F Greenfield Tower, Greenfield District in Mandaluyong City. The exhibition allows visitors to find inspiration from geometric shapes focusing on materials that are eco-friendly, sustainable, natural, and indigenous. It is divided into 3 galleries namely: The Parisukat at Parihaba Gallery, The Bilog Gallery, and The Tatsulok Gallery.

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...

Sine Sindak 2: Start your festive season with Halloween spooks

Get ready to scream with SM Cinema as Sine Sindak 2 Horror Film Festival returns on October 23 to 29 in all branches nationwide.

Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray to highlight ‘Sikatugyaw Festival’ event in Palawan

By virtue of Presidential Proclamation 683 issued in 1991 by late president Corazon Aquino, the month of February has been dedicated as National Arts Month every year to celebrate arts and culture in the country.

Local artists shine in mural, installation exhibits

Jonathan Benitez, one of the local artists who headed the project, said that the opening of the Baroto art installation and mural paintings on March 10 for public viewing helps by providing a platform to local artists.

Culion movie endorsed by city, provincial officials

“It’s high time that people will know na hindi lang El Nido, San Vicente, or Puerto Princesa ang meron tayo. This will prove that our province has a lot to offer in historical and cultural tourism,” Arzaga said.

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...

Palawan artists hold youth creativity exhibit and workshops at SM City

Palawan artists recently held an art exhibit for four of its members at the SM City Puerto Princesa to foster art appreciation and present...

Study of indigenous Palawan alphabet ongoing

Mary Rose Caabay, PCAP administrative officer, said the school of living traditions (SLT) is in charge of helping conduct the study on the alphabets of the different IPs in the province, including their dialect and rituals.

5 Things to Expect from the MMFF Entry, ‘Culion’ the Movie

It remains one of the most anticipated movies of this quarter, and netizens have been following updates, eager to know more. But let’s dig through what we have so far. What really is it about the film that excites people? Here’s a quick rundown of all the film’s juicy bits.