“As key stakeholders in nation building, we hope that our architects and engineers will fully utilize their talent, skills, and expertise to build infrastructure that will shield our people from natural hazards,”Read More
“We are very fortunate to have been chosen as the featured exhibiting country at the Musée du Quai Branly, which is the premier museum in France for indigenous art and culture. This is a great opportunity for us to showcase our history and our rich and unique Filipino heritage,”Read More
“Layunin ng eksibisyon na ito ang mailahad ang mga kwento ng ating mga katutubo sa pamamagitan ng kanilang mga habi na ipinamana pa sa kanila ng kanilang mga ninuno. Pinapakita din nito ang alab na taglay ng mga maestro sa paghabi at mga tagapagtaguyod ng kalinangan mula sa iba’t ibang katutubong pamayanan na mag-aral, lumikha at magturo,”Read More
An indigenous woman fits a tribal headdress on Senator Loren Legarda during the ‘Hibla’ exhibit of textiles at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City on Wednesday.
IN CELEBRATION OF THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ MONTH, SENATOR LOREN LEGARDA, CHAIR OF THE SENATE COMMITTEE ON CULTURAL COMMUNITIES, TODAY LAUNCHED THE HIBLA PAVILION OF TEXTILES AND WEAVES OF THE PHILIPPINES WITH THE HOPE OF SOLVING ONE OF THE GREATEST THREATS TO FILIPINO INDIGENOUS ARTISTRY – EXTINCTION BROUGHT ABOUT BY APATHY.
“This exhibition aims to tell the stories of indigenous communities through the intricate processes of weaving that were passed on by their ancestors. It also reveals the passion for learning, creating, […]