Who are the Gamaba awardees in the Philippines?

Who were the Gamaba awardees?


  • GINAW BILOG (+ 2003) Poet Hanunuo Mangyan Panaytayan, Oriental Mindoro 1993. …
  • SAMAON SULAIMAN (+ 2011) Musician Magindanao Mama sa Pano, Maguindanao 1993. …
  • LANG DULAY (+2015) Textile Weaver T’boli Lake Sebu, South Cotabato 1998. …
  • DARHATA SAWABI (+ 2005)

Who are the Gamaba awardees What are their qualifications?

He/she/group must have engaged in a folk art tradition that has been in existence and documented for at least fifty (50) years. He/she/group must have consistently performed or produced over a significant period, works of superior and distinctive quality.

Who are the three Gamaba awardees?

Also to be proclaimed are three new Gawad Manlilikha ng Bayan (Gamaba), also known as National Folk Artists, mostly from the indigenous cultural communities practicing the traditional arts: B’laan mat weaver Estelita Bantilan from Malungon, Sarangani; Yakan weaver Ambalang Ausalin from Lamitan, Basilan; and B’laan ikat

Who are the 16 Gamaba artist?

The GAMABA awardees are Ginaw Bilog, Masino Intaray, Samaon Sulaiman, Lang Dulay, Salinta Monon, Alonzo Saclag, Federico Caballero, Uwang Ahadas, Darhata Sawabi, Eduardo Mutuc, Haja Amina Appi, Teofilo Garcia and Magdalena Gamayo.

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What is the difference between Philippine national artist and Gamaba?

What is the difference between national artist and Gamaba artist? While the Order of National Artists (ONA) is the highest state honor given to Philippine practitioners of the classical western arts, Gamaba is conferred on practitioners of traditional arts who mostly come from the indigenous cultural communities.

How much will be the monthly allowance of a Gamaba awardee?

A Manlilikha ng Bayan (GAMABA) awardee receives a specially designed gold medallion, P10,000 monthly stipends and an initial amount.

Who are named National Artist of the Philippines?

A: Fernando Amorsolo was the national painter of the Philippines in 1972. He became the first Filipino to be distinguished as the Philippine’s National Artist in Painting.