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Artists
The Artists in alphabetical order in their first name.
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Artson T. Tagum
Artson is 18 years old from T'boli community of Pallel Sarangani Province. He started doing artwork since grade school. He was influenced by his favorite artists Ronald Tamfalan. He wants to share his knowledge in art to the young ones in their community. His favorite subject is nature, because he is a nature lover.

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Arturo D. Peñaranda
Arturo is 47 years old from Davao del Norte, he was influenced his artist friend Mr. Jun Porlares. He has been doing his artworks for about 8 years now; he likes to explore different media like try painting. He likes to express his idea on what is happening to the people, community and country and to the whole world. He loves art so much especially his works as it is his treasure.

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Arvin Acosta
Arvin is a 32 year - old artist in Palawan and a member of the Cuyunon group. He has been doing his art since high school. He uses pencil and oil pastel. According to him, he uses his art to express his thoughts, dreams and desire, his art reflect about his self and his past.

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Arvin Jay S. Limbaga
Arvin Jay is a 30 year old aspiring sculptor from Katipunan, Zamboanga del Norte. When he is in the mood he expresses what is in his mind through sculpting. Sculpting for him is a hobby as well as a source of livelihood.

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Asannur O. Japuddin
Japuddin is a Joloano. He can speaks Joloano, Tausog , Cebuano, Tagalog and English. He is been doing his art work since he was in grade 3 , he wants to be a well known artist someday. He is expressing his feelings and emotions through his paintings. He didn't know that he had talent until his his Aunt discovered it and convinced him to practice and continued doing his artwork.

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Ata Manobo of Talaingod
The Municipality of Talaingod, Davao del Norte – created
on July 29, 1991 by virtue of RA 7081 – is about 101 km north
of Davao City. It is composed of three barangay or villages,
namely: Barangay Dagohoy, Barangay Palma Gil, and Barangay
Sto. Niño, with the latter having the largest land area. Seventy
two percent (72%) of the inhabitants of Talaingod are Ata
Manobo. The Cebuanos compose only 7.04% of the total
population, while the Mandaya compose 2.59%. Migrants
from Bohol, Leyte, Iloilo, Ilocos, Agusan, Surigao, and Davao
compose the rest of the populace.
Talaingod, meaning “mountain people,” derived its name
from one of the three tribes of the Ata Manobo group; the two
other tribes are the Langilan or the “warrior people,” and the
Kaylawan or the “nomadic people” (The Socio-economic Profile
of Talaingod, MPDO). Generally, however, all three tribes of the
Ata Manobo are nomadic. Their nomadic nature is accounted
for by the following reasons: (1) the traditional practice of
abandoning the house where a family member died; (2) their
continuous search for available and cultivable lands; (3) their
preference to live away from the Visayan-dominated areas; (4)
and avoidance of clashes between the government forces and
the communist elements in the area. Thus, the Ata Manobo are
seldom seen in lowland towns “except [when they go] there
to trade.” They are reported to have roamed the valleys and
mountains from Bukidnon to Agusan, “doing slash and-burn
agriculture and having little or no contact with the outside
world” (Manobo, 2003). The Ata Manobo’s nomadic history
has taken its toll on the education of the younger members of
the community.

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Averille Eda Angtarap
Averille Eda is from Barangay 54-7 Camangaan, Laoag City, Ilocos Norte Province. She has been doing art works for about 7 months she enrolled in Special Program of the Art at the Ilocos Norte National High School. She was supported and encourage by her family. Making artworks is her hobby.

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Awellando Samblang
Awellando Samblang is a 57 year old male T'boli of Salakit, Kiamba, Sarangani Province. He is married to a T'boli T'nalak weaver. He is a Vice Tribal Chieftain in his community. Aside from the T'boli dialect, he speaks Cebuano, Ilonggo and a little Tagalog.

At age 14 he can do brass casting - a skill he learned by just watching his father create art pieces out of brass. Brass is produced by melting bronze and beeswax. He watched his father melt bronze in clay pot over burning charcoal. For Awellando, his father is still the best brass caster. He can tell that a piece is made by his father from the workmanship and the finish. Like his late father, he is also a master brass caster in their area and as such, he has presently ten students he trains in brass casting. Teaching them is passing on to the youth his skills - for him somebody else must continue this art. Awellando continues on making improvements in doing his art. His greatest wish is to be able to acquire the proper tools especially a blower, a grinder and also to have a modest supply of bronze so that he may produce more.

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Baby Mula
43 year old Baby is from B'laan Tribe. She loved to weave the Tabih their traditional dress. Abacca is the material that she is using in weaving Tabih. She inherent her talent fom her parents and grand parents. She wish to continue weaving and to preserve their culture. She also know how to make a bronze pendant

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Bae Inatla Adelina Tarino
Bae 50 is from Daraghuyan community, a sub group of the Bukidnon tribe of Dalwangan, Bukidnon Province. She inherent her talent from their elders. She makes her own design. She is also a trainor in Daranghuyan community and has a store for daily living.

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Bae Merlinda B. Aranar
Bae Merlinda is 50 years Old Bagobo from Panabo City, Davao del Norte, she is the President of the Association of the Tribal Community, and she was trained by her mother in weaving. For her other pieces she uses coconut, stone, seed of plant . She will continue to weave as long as she can to preserve, their culture and traditions.

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Balay da Blas Collection
Balay da Blas Pensionne House was built as a residence for the Blas family. It was designed as a home first, which can be seen in its decor as they were chosen with care to create an atmosphere that is quaint, charming and warm. Then as Laoag City enjoyed an influx of tourists and business travellers, Located in Laoag - the Sunshine City, Balay da Blas Pensionne House is near the Capitol of Ilocos Norte. It is accessible to many of the local attractions and public transportation and is only 15 minutes away from the Laoag City International Airport.

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Balonggo Larayan
Balonggo is a 97 year old male artist from Ketakal, Malacay Cogon Malungon Sarangani Province. Bilonggo speaks only one dialect which is the Tagakaon. His been practicing art since he was 18 years old. He was influenced by his parents because it is common in their culture that parents pass their gifts and talents to the young ones. Balonggo's medium is Nito and Tungkayan(skin of Bamboo). He likes to make different kinds of flower vase made out of Nito and Tungkuyan. As an artist what Balonggo wants to achieve is to teach his children what their culture is all about and one way of doing it is showing them what craft making is. It is important for Balonggo to be an artist because it is his source of living, his work for life and a a gift he will pass on.

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Ben Apruel B. Enoy
Ben is 15 year old from Zamboanga Del Norte. He wants people to know him as someone who has his own style of painting. Painting is his stepping stone in achieving all his goals in life. He was trained by his father who is also an artist. His art do not seek to impress through painstakingly studied techniques but are nevertheless impressive because they seem to spring spontaneously from an irrepressively hopeful heart.

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Benecio Docenos
Benecio is a 74 year old member of the Bukidnon Tribe of Daraghuyan, Dalwangan, and Bukidnon. He weaves rattan bags and mats which he learned from his old folks. Weaving is what he is good at. He wants to continue making so to show to other people what he does and that he may be able to teach those who want to know this kind of skill.

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Benie P. Tagum
Benie is from the T’boli community of Falel, Tamandang, Kiamba, Sarangani Province. A natural born artist, he has the skillful hand and eye for art and beauty. The difference is that his ideas and inspirations come like a thief in the night and awaken him.

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Benjamin Avila
26 years old Benjamin is from Pagadian City, Zamboanga del Sur, he has been practicing art for 15 years now. He uses Latex, and pastel as medium and cubism and landscape. He wants to be known as a good painter. He uses his imagination and dream to do his painting, and he prefers to work in a quite place.

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Benjery C. Camay
Benjery is 17 years old belongs to the Daraghuyan community, a sub group of the Bukidnon tribe of Dalwangan, Bukidnon Province. He express his feelings thru painting and encountered so many difficulties during his training in painting, but later on he became good in drawing and now he is very please to his work.

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Benjie M. Gacayan
Benjie is 27 years old belonging to the Cuyunon Community. He would like to encourage other artists to explore more for the development of their work and the art as a whole.

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Bensida Lamaan
Bensida is 43 years old from Lake Sebu, South Cotobato. She has been doing artworks since 12 years old, she was trained by her family, and this craftsmanship is their source of income. She wants to teach the young ones to be able to preserve their culture and traditions.

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