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Rediscover, Rewrite, Regain | 2021 K-Drama Webinar aims to promote K-Drama scriptwriting and marketing techniques

K-Drama enthusiasts, aspiring screenwriters, production students, industry professionals, and general K-Culture followers have another reason and platform to reunite, exchange insights, and learn together as the Embassy of the Republic of Korea and the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines will be bringing together some of the most seasoned experts for a free webinar! Following the success continue reading

Call for Nominations: 2021 Young Historian’s Prize

The National Commission for Culture and the Arts is now accepting nominations for the 2021 Young Historian’s Prize. Deadline of Submission is on August 31, 2021. The Young Historian’s Prize is a prize in recognition of the potential of young Filipino scholars on the basis of their single original work in the field of Philippine continue reading

NCCA’s MET DEFERS QUINCENTENNIAL SHOW

Due to the recent surge of COVID cases in the country, and in line with the regulations under the prevailing General Community Quarantine (GCQ) with restrictions, the management of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts’ (NCCA) Metropolitan Theater (MET) has decided to move its launch via the show “Lapulapu, Ang Datu ng Mactan,” continue reading

ABE OROBIA at the NCCA GALLERY

Abe Orobia’s solo exhibition “Images of Our Nation” is exhibited from June 07 to June 30, 2021 at the NCCA Glass Gallery. Art as a Form of Critical Care by  Delan Lopez Robillos “Your pride for your country should not come after your country becomes great. Your country becomes great because of your pride in continue reading

“Raywen kan Hamyan” at the NCCA Gallery

  “Raywen kan Hamyan” by the Hangtay Artists Group from Batanes is exhibited from June 04 to June 30, 2021 at the NCCA Open Gallery. Deploying  the idea of the changing seasons as a central motif,  “Raywen kan Hamyan” is an exhibition that frames the  poignancy of Batanes’ shifting seasons, seasonally altered states of its continue reading

NCCA names the winner of 2020 Young Historian’s Prize

  The National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), through its National Committee on Historical Research (NCHR), is pleased to announce the winner for the 2020 Young Historian’s Prize (YHP). The 2020 YHP is awarded to Mr. Francis Justine M. Malban, Assistant Professor I at the University of the Philippines Department of History, with continue reading