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NCCA leads National Indigenous Peoples Month celebration this October

This October, the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), through its Subcommission on Cultural Communities and Traditional Arts (SCCTA), is celebrating the National Indigenous Peoples (IP) Month pursuant to Presidential Proclamation No. 1906 signed in 2009 wherein the constitution mandates the “recognition and protection of the rights of Indigenous Cultural Communities/ Indigenous Peoples continue reading

“IRAYA: Beyond Limits” at the NCCA Gallery

“IRAYA: Beyond Limits” a group exhibition by the RAHMAG Visual Arts Group from Antque is exhibited from October 05 – 31, 2021 at the NCCA Gallery. This October, in celebration of Museums and Galleries Month and National Indigenous Peoples Month, Antique-based RAHMAG group of artists mounts “IRAYA: Beyond Limits.” The exhibition is the group’s attempt continue reading

MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES MONTH 2021

(This page is a work in progress. Kindly visit this microsite from time to time to get more updates on the 2021 Museums and Galleries Month Celebration.) OCTOBER IS MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES MONTH! CELEBRATE WITH US! RATIONALE The Museums and Galleries Month (MGM) is observed every month of October by virtue of Presidential Proclamation No. continue reading

“Pharmasika 633 @ Calle Heneral Luna” at the NCCA Gallery.

“Pharmasika 633 @ Calle Heneral Luna” exhibition by Alwin Reamillo is exhibited from September 12 – October 31, 2021 at the NCCA Gallery. If many of Alwin Reamillo’s installation art pieces function as metaphorical musical compositions, the artist’s present show, Pharmasika 633 @ Calle Heneral Luna at the NCCA Gallery at 633 General Luna Street, continue reading

“Ilonggo Republic” at the NCCA Gallery

“Ilonggo Republic” a solo exhibition by Kristoffer Brasileño is exhibited from September 04 – 30, 2021 at the NCCA Gallery. Kristoffer Brasileño, Ilonggo artist, stages his second solo exhibition entitled “Ilonggo Republic” at the NCCA Gallery featuring 21 portraits of Ilonggos, mostly people he has interacted with during his art practice. His artworks explore identity continue reading

NCCA-NCHR introduces Philippine History Source Book

The National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), through its National Committee on Historical Research (NCHR), launched a digital annotated compilation of selected Philippine history primary sources and secondary works last August 31, 2021.  The digital annotated compilation of selected Philippine history primary sources and secondary works, NCCA-NCHR’s response to the remote learning modality continue reading

CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR THE NATIONAL HERITAGE MONTH 2022

The National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) is now accepting project proposals for the 2022 celebration of National Heritage Month. Pursuant to Presidential Proclamation No. 439, s. 2003, May of every year is National Heritage Month. For 2022, the celebration shall carry the theme “Pamanang Lokal: Binhi ng Kulturang Pilipino” to highlight the continue reading