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FOLK ARTS AND

DESIGNS FROM LUZON


Lino Anthony C. Banatao
MAPEH

ILOCOS REGION
They are known for their iloco or inabel fabric which made

from cotton which undergo the painstaking binatbatan or


beating of the cotton balls using bamboo sticks to
separate the seeds during the initial stage.
-kapasanglay

PANGASINAN
Arts and crafts include the

smoothly weaved Bolinao


mats made from buri or raffa
leaves.

CORDILLERA AUTONOMOUS REGION (CAR)


BENGUET
- Products such as the tinalik
baskets made from rattan. They
are also famous because of
their farming on terraces carved
out of the mountain.
KALINGA
- Kalinga textiles are
characterized by dominant red
stripes and motifs of geometric
patterns as well as nature
symbols interlaced with white,
yellow, and black fibers.

IFUGAO
The Ifugaos weave a

loincloth called ikat


which is actually an
Indonesian term,
meaning to bind
together. Their motif
is characterized by
diamond stripes of
white and red stripes.
The dominant color is
blue.

MOUNTAIN PROVINCE
Tattoo is part of clothing and

is considered decoration. It
signifies heroism, status in
the community and bravery.

Their cloth fabric are used

for wanes or mens G


string, the women use the
fabric as wrap around called
getup or lufid.
Married women of Bontoc

and Kankanaey wears a


type of belt called ginaspala
wanes with inawin designs
composed of continuous
zigzag pattern woven in
double faced with braided
warps that end as tassels

Bobo is a type of basket

used to catch fish in the


river.
Suklang is an everyday

hat used by men for their


matches.
Ikat made up of abaca

fibers after a delicate


process of tying and dyeing.

ABRA
They use natural dye and
still practicing loom
weaving and they
embellish the woven fabric
cloth of embroideries in
their natural fabrics.

FOLK ARTS FROM CAGAYAN VALLEY AND


CENTRAL LUZON
CAGAYAN VALLEY
-Cagayan River the longest river in the country
National Museum that has bones and prehistoric animals.
BATANES
Vakul woven from abaca fiber vuyavuy palm.

NUEVA VISCAYA
Bakwat a belt used by

mother after giving birth

Bulacan

Singkaban is a local term for

bamboo arches elaborately


designed with kayas.
Puni or poni made from young
coconut leaves.

Pampanga
Giant lanterns or parol

Nueva Icija
- rice production, onions, garlic and other vegetable
- Tanduyong Festival
BATAAN and TARLAC
- Philippines history ( Fall of Bataan / Death March )
ZAMBALES
-indigenous fruits (ex. Mangoes, camachile, cashew etc.)
-Mount Pinatubo

Pampanga
- Patupat

Folk Arts from Southern Tagalog and Bicol Region


Laguna
- Dr. Jose P. Rizal
-Wood carving capital (ukit)
- Lumban Barong Tagalog

RIZAL PROVINCE
HIGANTES big paper mache of human figures

Cavite, Taal and Batangas


CAVITE
Tinis story about Joseph and Mary found place to give
birth to Jesus
Karakol dance during festivals
Lutrina / Santacruzan
TAAL
Pinya Fabric
Barong Tagalog and Balisong Capital of the Philippines

QUEZON
KIPING decors that are made from ground glutinous

rice thinly coated on a special leaves and cooked over a


low fire.

Bicol Region
- known for its baskets, bags, slippers, coin purses and

other crafts that are made from abaca and raffa fibers.
MARINDUQUE, MINDORO AND ROMBLON
- Fine baskets and mat weaving with intricate patterns

and designs of men, animals, trees and other subjects.

Palawan
Manungul Jar
Puerto Princesa