SalikSining: Ulinigin presents information on Philippine musical instruments featuring Nayong Pilipino Foundation collection. The objective is to present these materials so that they can be studied and shared in understanding continue reading : SALIKSINING: ULINIGIN
SalikSining: PANDAY propagates information on Philippine ethnographic materials labeled as hunting and warfare materials featuring the Nayong Pilipino Foundation collection.
The Nayong Pilipino Research Summit brings experts across different local government units from the country, and guests specializing in their field, who will deliver a panel presentation related to the continue reading : NPF Research Summit 2021 Webinars
While dyes and plastics quickly become more integrated into basket-making, various groups in the Philippines still maintain their traditional practices of using colors for their work.
The buri continues to be one of the most widely utilized palm plants in the Philippines, owing likely to the numerous products that it can provide for people.
In the Philippines, the Anahaw species is greatly valued for its economic potential and benefits.
The Pandan is of immense cultural and economic importance in the Philippines and to its various indigenous groups.
The thin, spiny but strong branches of nitu vines make them a perfect plant for making tight baskets.