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Manila

Institute for Cultural and Arts Management (ICAM)

Program established by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) for the further education of art and culture managers. [en]

Quezon City

Ateneo de Manila University: Fine Arts Program

Homepage of the School of Humanities/Fine Arts Program, Ateneo de Manila University. Courses and degrees in the disciplines: creative writing, theater arts, and visual arts. [en]

Quezon City

Jorge B. Vargas Museum and Filipiniana Research Center (UPVM)

Museum, research and student training facility, affiliated with the College of Arts of the University of the Phillippines Diliman. In 1978, the family of Jorge B. Vargas donated his library and collection of Philippine art and cultural artifacts to the university. Address: University of the Philippines, Roxas Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City 1101.
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Quezon City

The President's Committee on Culture and the Arts

Cultural committee affiliated with the office of the President of the University of the Philippines-Diliman. Formulates guidelines, plans and programs for the cultural and artistic activities of the university. Also publishes a quarterly journal. [en]

Quezon City

Program for Cultural Cooperation

Between the Spanish Ministry of Education Culture and Sports and Philippine universities. Fosters the collaborative work of scholars in the humanities and social sciences, as well as artists. Financial support for Spanish-Philippine studies. [en]

Quezon City

University of the Philippines-Diliman: College of Arts and Letters

Part of the College is the Department of Art Studies, which explores the whole breadth of arts and culture: from the ancient world to the Modern, from the indigenous rituals of the Yakan to contemporary performance art in the Philippines, from museum curatorship to art theory and criticism. [en]

Quezon City

University of the Philippines-Diliman: College of Fine Arts

The country's oldest fine arts institution. Its history goes back to the Academia de Dibujo (Academy for Drawing), founded in 1823. Academic programs in: painting, sculpture, art history, industrial design, art education, visual communication. Degree and graduate programs (Master of Fine Arts - MFA). Address: University of the Philippines-Diliman, Bartlett Hall, Jacinto Str. Diliman, Quezon City. [en]

 

 

 

 

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