Philippines Art

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Philippines Art

  1. 1. Arts
  2. 2.  Painting  Dancing  Weaving  Sculpting  Pottery  Other arts
  3. 3.  Introduced by Spaniards during 16th century.  Spaniards use paintings as religious propaganda.
  4. 4.  Watercolor paintings  increased and the subject matter of paintings began to include landscapes, Filipino inhabitants, Philippine fashion, and government officials.  Portrait paintings  featured the painters themselves, Filipino jewelry, and native furniture.  landscape paintings  featured artists' names painted ornately as well as day-to-day scenes of average Filipinos partaking in their daily tasks.
  5. 5.  DuringWorldWar II, some painters focused their artwork on the effects of war, including battle scenes, destruction, and the suffering of the Filipino people.
  6. 6.  Types of Filipino dance  Cordillera  Muslim  Tribal  Rural  Spanish style dances.
  7. 7.  Cordillera  Banga ▪ illustrates the grace and strength of women in the Kalinga tribe. ▪ Women performing the Banga balance heavy pots on their heads while dancing to beat of wind chimes.  Lumagen orTachok ▪ is performed to celebrate happy occasions ▪ When Lumagen is performed, it is meant to symbolize flying birds and is musically-paired to the beat of gongs.
  8. 8.  Bendayan  Lumagen/Tachok  Manmanok  Ragsaksakan  Salisid ▪ is the dance to show courtship. ▪ In the Salisid dance, a male and a female performer represent a rooster attempting to attract a hen.  Salip  Tarektek  Uyaoy/Uyauy
  9. 9.  Tribal dance  Malakas at Maganda ▪ is a national folklore dance. ▪ It tells the story of the origin of the Filipino people on the islands  Kadal Blelah  KadalTahaw  Binaylan ▪ the Binaylan dance, tells the story of a hen, the hen's baby, and a hawk. In this dance, the hawk is said to control a tribe's well-being, and is killed by hunters after attempting to harm the hen's baby.  Bagobo Rice Cycle  Dugso
  10. 10.  Traditional Filipino Dances  Tinikling ▪ take two long bamboo sticks rapidly and in rhythm, clap sticks for dancers to artistically and daringly try to avoid getting their feet caught between them  Singkil ▪ In this dance, there are four bamboo sticks arranged in a tic-tac-toe pattern in which the dancers exploit every position of these clashing sticks. ▪ is identifiable with the use of umbrellas and silk clothing  Binasuan
  11. 11.  Fabrics  abaca  Pineapple  Cotton  bark cloth  Textiles, clothes, rugs, baskets and hats  Nipis
  12. 12.  From the transitional carving of anitos to the santos to Christ and down to the saints, Filipinos find it rather not difficult as they are already familiar with the ways of the wood.
  13. 13.  Clay/Mud  ceramic jars  water vessels  Plates  Cups
  14. 14.  “Tanaga” is a type of Filipino poetry.  “Kutkut” is an art technique used between the 15th and 18th centuries. ▪ The technique was a combination of European and Oriental style and process mastered by indigenous tribes of Samar island.
  15. 15.  Juan Luna  FernandoAmorsolo  Augusto Arbizo  Felix Hidalgo  DavidCortes Medalla
  16. 16.  Anita Magsaysay-Ho  Fred De Asis  DanielCoquilla  Ang Kiukok  Mauro Malang Santos  Santiago Bose  FranciscoViri Rey Paz Contreras  NunelucioAlvarado
  17. 17.  Manila  BahayTsinoy ▪ A typical Chinese house in the Philippines  Casa Manila ▪ A typical Spanish colonial house in the Philippines  San Agustín Museum ▪ A church museum with wide collections of catholic religious items  National Museum of the Philippines ▪ The national museum which showcases Philippine Arts
  18. 18.  Malacañang Museum ▪ A museum inside the Presidential Palace complex  Metropolitan Museum of Manila ▪ A museum of contemporary arts  Museum of Contemporary Arts and Design ▪ A museum of contemporary Filipino arts  The Museum ▪ A museum of contemporary Filipino arts
  19. 19.  UST Museum ▪ The oldest existing museum in the Philippines. UST Museum has permanent display on natural history specimens, coins, medals, memorabilia, ethnographic materials and oriental arts objects.  Museo Pambata ▪ A museum for children
  20. 20.  Pasay  CCP Museo ng Kalinangang Pilipino and Asian Traditional Musical Instruments ▪ A museum of performing arts.  GSIS Museo ng Sining ▪ A museum of Filipino Arts
  21. 21.  Makati  Ayala Museum ▪ A museum of Filipino Arts  Yuchengco Museum ▪ A museum of Filipino and Filipino-Chinese Arts
  22. 22.  Pasig  López Memorial Museum ▪ A museum of Filipino ContemporaryArts
  23. 23.  Quezón City  Ateneo Art Gallery ▪ A museum of Filipino ContemporaryArts  Jorge B.Vargas Museum and Filipiniana Research Center ▪ The only museum in the Philippines with wide range of Philippine Arts from 1880 to 1960
  24. 24.  Taguig  Mind Museum ▪ A science museum

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