The National Committee on Museums (NCOM), under the Subcommission for Cultural Heritage (SCH), is one of the 19 national committees under the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the cultural arm of the government. It is composed of persons actively involved in museum work representing both public and private museums. Its main objective is to make the museums an effective tool of learning for all, thus, it has always been the thrust of the NCOM to help develop the museums as user-friendly and user-useful in order to encourage
the public to visit and learn about our country’s heritage.
A museums community dedicated to the cultural heritage preservation and nation building.
The development of Philippine museums as repositories of national cultural heritage committed to the education and enlightenment of the Filipino.
|Mr. Amado R. Alvarez||Head||National Capital Region Association of Museums (NCRAM)|
|Archt. Veronica A. Dado||Vice Head||National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP)|
|Ms. Cecille T. Gelicame||Secretary||Southern Luzon Association of Museums (SLAM)|
|Ms. Liana Melissa E. dela Rosa||Assistant Secretary||Eastern Visayas Association of Museums (EVAM)|
|Mr. Leo M. Batoon||ExeCon Member||National Museum of the Philippines|
|Ms. Regina Mercedes C. Cruz||ExeCon Member||National Capital Region Association of Museums (NCRAM)|
|Ms. Gemma G. Estolas||ExeCon Member||Northern Luzon Association of Museums (NLAM)|
|Ms. Erlinda E. Cruz||ExeCon Member||Central Luzon Association of Museums (CLAM)|
|Ms. Carmel B. Garcia||ExeCon Member||Bicol Association of Museums (BAM)|
|Ms. Pilar Mejica-Martinez||ExeCon Member||Western Visayas Association of Museums (WVAM)|
|Mr. Jose Eleazar Bersales||ExeCon Member||Central Visayas Association of Museums and Galleries, Inc., (VAMGI)|
|Dr. Remedios Garcia Barretto||ExeCon Member||Mindanao Association of Museums (MAM)|
|Mr. Emerito B. Batara||ExeCon Member||Mindanao Association of Museums (MAM)|
|:: Guidelines for Museums|
|:: Making Museums: The Development of Philippine Museums from 1901-1998|
|:: Time Chart of Philippine Museum Development|