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For the year 2020, the Nayong Pilipino Foundation has been reconstructing its institutional history as well as that of its ethnographic collection.
With the goal of pushing forward with its vision and plans for 2021, the Nayong Pilipino Foundation (NPF) organized its final Umpukan iteration for the year.
As we commemorate the 48th anniversary of culture and heritage at Nayong Pilipino, let’s go back in time and test your knowledge with a round of nostalgic trivia.
Last October 20, 2020, the Nayong Pilipino Foundation conducted another round of online multi-sectoral consultation called Umpukan sa Nayon. Titled No Object Unturned, this iteration convened anthropologists, ethnomusicologists, museum specialists, continue reading : Umpukan sa Nayon: No Object Unturned
The Umpukan sa Nayon or Community Gathering was organized so we can ask the public: do you want parks? Parks are not just for healing, leisure, and wellness but will continue reading : Nayong Pilipino in consultations with Public and International Experts to Convert NPF Property as an Urban Park
The Nayong Pilipino Foundation, in partnership with HABI The Philippine Textile Council, brings you a summit series on weaving as intangible cultural heritage.
When this is all over, we can look forward to a Nayong Pilipino as we had envisioned it: a world-class tourism hub and a platform for reimagining the nation.
While the study of funerary artifacts can give us so much information about past societies, the practice also brings up questions of ethics, remembering that these burials were not initially continue reading : Grave Expectations
Did you know Nayong Pilipino Foundation has over 3,000 flowering orchids, more than 70 orchids in community pots (or “compots”), and around 600 individually potted orchids?