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ARCHITECTURE

FRANCISCO MANOSA

(February 12, 1931)


is a Filipino architect noted for his Filipino inspired architectural designs. He graduated
from the University of Sto. Tomas with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Architecture in
1953, passed the Board of Examinations for Architects in 1954, with registration No.
724, Registered APEC Architect in 2008 and accredited through the Grandfather Clause
in Interior Design in 1993 with registration no. 441.His most notable work is The
Coconut Palace.
LIST OF AWARDS & CITATIONS

1. Papal Knighthood of Pontifical Order of St. Gregory the Great in 1979


2. “Patnubay ng Kalinangan” Architect of the Year Award from the Manila
Commission on Culture & Arts in 1982
3. First Recipient of Golden Award in the field of Filipino Architecture from the
United Architects of the Philippines in 1989
4. “Kalakbay” Special Award for Architecture in 1994 for his outstanding contribution
to Philippine Tourism
5. Most Outstanding Professional of the Year Award from the Professional
Regulations Commission in 1994;
6. Most Outstanding “Las Piñero” Award in the field of Architecture from the
Perpetual Help College of Rizal in 1996
7. Design Award of Excellence in Architecture from the United Architects of the
Philippines in 1996,
8. 7th “Likha” Gold Medal Awardee from the United Architects of the Philippines in
2003
9. “Gawad CCP Para sa Sining in the Field of Architecture” given by the Cultural
Center of the Philippines in September 2004
10. One of the Outstanding Filipino (TOFIL) Award in the field of Architecture given
the Philippine Jaycee Senate & The Insular Life in December 2004
11. The Outstanding Thomasian Alumni (TOTAL) Awardee in Architecture for the
year 2005 given by the University of Sto. Tomas
12. Excellence Awards in the Field of Architecture given by the Philippine Federation
of Professional Association in September 2005
13. “Gawad Diwa ng Lahi Sa Patnubay ng Sining at Kalinangan” Award given by the
City of Manila in June 2006
14. The Brew Award : Real Estate Who is Who given by the Biz News Asian in
November 2007
15. the Outstanding Artist for Golden Years of Service in the field of Architecture
given by the National Commission on Culture & Arts in observance of the
UNESCO World Theater Week 27 March 2009
16. San Beda Hall of Fame Award from San Beda College Alumni Association in
2010.
NOTABLE WORKS

The Coconut Palace


also known as Tahanang Pilipino

Shrine of Our Lady of Peace (EDSA)


a small church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila
LEANDRO V. LOCSIN
(August 15, 1928 – November 15, 1994)
was a Filipino architect, artist, and interior designer known for his use of concrete,
floating volume and simplistic design in his various projects. An avid collector, he was
fond of modern painting and Chinese ceramics. He was proclaimed a National Artist of
the Philippines for Architecture in 1990 by the late President Corazon C. Aquino.
LIST OF AWARDS & CITATIONS

 Mr. Leandro V. Locsin is a distinguished architect in the Philippines who has


blended modern architecture harmoniously into the climate of Southeast Asia.
NOTABLE WORKS

Cultural Center of the Philippines


is the premiere showcase of the arts in the Philippines

Folk Arts Theater


named after Filipino poet Francisco Balagtas

CINEMA

FERNANDO POE JR.


(August 20, 1939 – December 14, 2004)
Ronald Allan K. Poe, popularly known as Fernando Poe, Jr., was a cultural icon of
tremendous audience impact and cinema artist and craftsman–as actor, director, writer
and producer. He is known as the National Artist for Cinema
LIST OF AWARDS & CITATIONS

Cinema One Originals Digital Film Festival


2009 Winner Posthumously
Cinema One Legend
Award

Cinemanila International Film Festival


2000 Winner
Lifetime Achievement
Award
FAMAS Awards
2005 Winner
Natatanging Alagad ng
Sining
2003 Nominee Best Director
FAMAS Award Batas ng lansangan (2002)

Best Actor
Batas ng lansangan (2002)

2000 Winner
FAMAS Lifetime
Achievement Award
1999 Nominee Best Director
FAMAS Award Pagbabalik ng probinsyano
(1998)

1997 Winner
Presidential Award
1996 Winner Best Director
FAMAS Award Kahit butas ng karayom
(1995)

Shared with:
Willy Milan

1992 Nominee Best Director


FAMAS Award Batas ng .45 (1991)

1990 Nominee Best Director


FAMAS Award Ako ... ang huhusga (1989)

1988 Winner Actor


FAMAS Hall of Fame
1987 Winner Best Actor
FAMAS Award Muslim .357 (1986)

Nominee Best Director


FAMAS Award Muslim .357 (1986)

1986 Nominee Best Actor


FAMAS Award Partida (1985)

1985 Winner Best Director


FAMAS Award Ang padrino (1984)

Best Screenplay
Ang padrino (1984)

Shared with:
Fred Navarro
Eddie Romero

Nominee Best Actor


FAMAS Award Sigaw ng katarungan
(1984)

1984 Winner Best Actor


FAMAS Award Umpisahan mo... Tatapusin
ko! (1983)

Tied with Eddie Garcia for


_Minsan pa nating hagkan
ang nakaraan (1984)_.
Nominee Best Director
FAMAS Award Umpisahan mo... Tatapusin
ko! (1983)

1983 Nominee Best Actor


FAMAS Award Ang panday: Ikatlong
yugto (1982)

Best Director
Ang panday: Ikatlong
yugto (1982)

1982 Nominee Best Actor


FAMAS Award Ang maestro (1981)

1980 Winner Best Actor


FAMAS Award Durugin si Totoy Bato
(1979)

1976 Nominee Best Director


FAMAS Award Alupihang dagat (1975)

1973 Nominee Best Actor


FAMAS Award Ang alamat (1972)

1972 Winner Best Actor


FAMAS Award Asedillo (1971)

1971 Winner Best Story


FAMAS Award Mga anghel na walang
langit (1970)

Nominee Best Actor


FAMAS Award Santiago! (1970)

1969 Nominee Best Actor


FAMAS Award Barbaro Cristobal (1968)

1968 Winner Best Actor


FAMAS Award Mga alabok sa lupa (1967)

1966 Nominee Best Actor


FAMAS Award Pilipinas kong mahal
(1965)

1964 Nominee Best Actor


FAMAS Award Sigaw ng digmaan (1963)

1963 Nominee Best Actor


FAMAS Award Ako ang katarungan
(1962)

Best Actor
Walang pagkalupig (1962)

1961 Nominee Best Actor


FAMAS Award Walang daigdig (1960)

1959 Nominee Best Actor


FAMAS Award Laban sa lahat (1958)

FAP Awards, Philippines


1998 Winner Best Director
FAP Award Eseng ng Tondo (1997)

Shared with:
Augusto Salvador

Best Actor
Eseng ng Tondo (1997)

1996 Nominee Best Actor


FAP Award Kahit butas ng karayom
(1995)

1987 Winner Best Actor


FAP Award Muslim .357 (1986)

1984 Winner Best Actor


FAP Award Umpisahan mo... Tatapusin
ko! (1983)

Gawad Urian Awards


2002 Winner
Lifetime Achievement Award

NOTABLE WORKS

Panday
Philippine epic fantasy action film based on the eponymous comic book character created by Carlo
J. Caparas
Ang Probinsyano
a 1997 Philippine action film directed, produced, and written by Fernando Poe Jr.

LINO BROCKA
(April 3, 1939- May 22, 1991)
a Filipino film director. He is widely regarded as one of the most influential and
significant Filipino filmmakers in the history of Philippine cinema. In 1983, he founded
the organization Concerned Artists of the Philippines (CAP), dedicated to helping artists
address issues confronting the country.
LIST OF AWARDS & CITATIONS
British Film Institute Awards
1984 Winner Bayan ko: Kapit sa patalim
Sutherland Trophy (1984)

Cannes Film Festival


1984 Nominee Bayan ko: Kapit sa patalim
Palme d'Or (1984)

1980 Nominee Jaguar (1979)


Palme d'Or

FAMAS Awards
1992 Winner Director
FAMAS Hall of Fame
1991 Winner Best Director
FAMAS Award Gumapang ka sa lusak
(1990)

1990 Nominee Best Director


FAMAS Award Macho Dancer (1988)

1986 Nominee Best Director


FAMAS Award Bayan ko: Kapit sa patalim
(1984)

Nominee Best Director


FAMAS Award Miguelito: Batang rebelde
(1985)

1983 Nominee Best Director


FAMAS Award Cain at Abel (1982)

1980 Winner Best Director


FAMAS Award Jaguar (1979)

1979 Nominee Best Director


FAMAS Award Gumising ka... Maruja
(1978)

1978 Nominee Best Director


FAMAS Award Tahan na Empoy, tahan
(1977)

1977 Nominee Best Director


FAMAS Award Insiang (1976)
1976 Winner Best Director
FAMAS Award Maynila sa mga kuko ng
liwanag (1975)

1975 Winner Best Director


FAMAS Award Tinimbang ka ngunit
kulang (1974)

1973 Nominee Best Director


FAMAS Award Villa Miranda (1972)

1972 Nominee Best Director


FAMAS Award Stardoom (1971)

1971 Winner Best Director


FAMAS Award Tubog sa ginto (1970)

FAP Awards, Philippines


1991 Winner Best Director
FAP Award Gumapang ka sa lusak
(1990)

1986 Winner Best Director


FAP Award Bayan ko: Kapit sa patalim
(1984)

Gawad Urian Awards


1992 Nominee Best Direction
Gawad Urian Award (Pinakamahusay na
Direksyon)
Sa kabila ng lahat (1991)

1991 Nominee Best Direction


Gawad Urian Award (Pinakamahusay na
Direksyon)
Gumapang ka sa lusak
(1990)

1990 Nominee Best Direction


Gawad Urian Award (Pinakamahusay na
Direksyon)
Macho Dancer (1988)

1986 Nominee Best Direction


Gawad Urian Award (Pinakamahusay na
Direksyon)
Bayan ko: Kapit sa patalim
(1984)

Nominee Best Direction


Gawad Urian Award (Pinakamahusay na
Direksyon)
Miguelito: Batang rebelde
(1985)

1984 Nominee Best Direction


Gawad Urian Award (Pinakamahusay na
Direksyon)
Hot Property (1983)

1983 Nominee Best Direction


Gawad Urian Award (Pinakamahusay na
Direksyon)
Cain at Abel (1982)

1981 Winner Best Film of the Decade


Dekada Award (Natatanging Pelikula ng
Dekada)
Insiang (1976)

1970-1979
Winner Best Film of the Decade
Dekada Award (Natatanging Pelikula ng
Dekada)
Jaguar (1979)

1970-1979
Winner Best Film of the Decade
Dekada Award (Natatanging Pelikula ng
Dekada)
Maynila sa mga kuko ng
liwanag (1975)

1970-1979
Winner Best Film of the Decade
Dekada Award (Natatanging Pelikula ng
Dekada)
Tinimbang ka ngunit
kulang (1974)

1970-1979
Nominee Best Direction
Gawad Urian Award (Pinakamahusay na
Direksyon)
Bona (1980)

1980 Winner Best Direction


Gawad Urian Award (Pinakamahusay na
Direksyon)
Jaguar (1979)

1979 Nominee Best Direction


Gawad Urian Award (Pinakamahusay na
Direksyon)
Mananayaw (1978)

1978 Nominee Best Direction


Gawad Urian Award (Pinakamahusay na
Direksyon)
Tahan na Empoy, tahan
(1977)

1977 Nominee Best Direction


Gawad Urian Award (Pinakamahusay na
Direksyon)
Insiang (1976)

Metro Manila Film Festival


1985 Winner Best Director
Festival Prize Ano ang kulay ng mukha
ng Diyos? (1985)

1979 Winner Best Director


Festival Prize Ina ka ng anak mo (1979)

Nantes Three Continents Festival


1983 Winner Angela Markado (1980)
Golden Montgolfiere

Young Critics Circle, Philippines


1992 Winner Best Film
YCC Award Sa kabila ng lahat (1991)

1991 Winner Silver Prize


YCC Award Hahamakin lahat (1990)
NOTABLE WORKS

(1970) (1970)

VISUAL ARTS
(Painting)

PACITA ABAD
(October 5, 1946 – December 7, 2007)
An Asian-American artist, born in Batanes, Philippines and raised in a politically active
family. She received a BA degree in political science at the University of the Philippines
and, because of her political activism against the dictatorship of Ferdinand Marcos, was
forced to leave for America in 1970, where she supported herself as a seamstress and a
typist, while studying Asian history at the University of San Francisco.

LIST OF AWARDS & CITATIONS

 2005 "Parangal for Pacita Abad", by Philippine National Museum, hosted by


ALIWW, Manila, January 2005
 2001 "Art in Embassies - Indonesia", United States Department of State,
September 2001
 2000 "Pamana Ng Pilipino Award" for outstanding achievement in the arts,
given by the President of the Philippines, Manila,
June 2000 "Plaque of Recognition to Pacita B. Abad, Ivatan Painter,
Internationally Acclaimed Artist", from the Province of Batanes, 2000
 1998 "Eighth Annual Mayor's Arts Awards", one of the finalists, Washington,
DC, September 1998
"Filipina Firsts", a compendium of 100 Filipino women who have broken ground
in their fields of endeavor organized by the Philippine American Foundation in Manila
and Washington, D.C., June 1998
"Likha Award", marking the Centennial of Philippine Independence, given in
recognition of outstanding achievement, June 1998
 1996 "Art in Embassies - Philippines", United States Department of State,
February 1996
 1995 "Excellence 2000 Awards for the Arts", given by U.S. Pan Asian
American Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D.C., May 1995
 1993 New York State Council on the Arts Grant for Visiting Artists Program at
Amuan, 1993
 1992 "Gwendolyn Caffritz Award", given by the Washington, D.C. Commission
for the Arts, June
 1992 "Mid-Atlantic Arts Regional Fellowship", USA, June 1992
1990
"D.C. Commission on the Arts Award", June 1990
"MetroArt II Award: Six Masks from Six Continents", 5 painting mural
installed at Metro Center, Washington, D.C., June 1990
 1989 "National Endowment for the Arts", Visual Arts Fellowship, 1989 to 1990,
June 1989
"D.C. Commission on the Arts Award", June 1989
 1984 "TOYM Award" for the Most Outstanding Young Artist in the Philippines,
June 1984
NOTABLE WORKS

Trapunto Painting
trapunto (Italian for quilted or embroidered - Latin, trans: through + pungere, to prick, pierce)

Prints

VICENTE MANANSALA
(January 22, 1910 – August 22, 1981)
His paintings are described as visions of reality teetering on the edge of abstraction.
After finishing the fine arts course from the University of the Philippines, he ran away
from home and later found himself at the Philippines Herald as an illustrator.
LIST OF AWARDS & CITATIONS

 Manansala won first prize for Barong-barong $ 1 in the 1950 Manila Grand Opera
House Exhibition.
 His awards from the Art Association of the Philippines include: third prize,
Banaklaot, 1948; second prize, Kahi (Scratch), 1953,second prize, Fish Vendors,
1955; third prize, Best Served, Well-Gained, 1955; second prize, Give Us This
Day, 1962; and best in show, Give Us This Day, 1962.
 He received the Republic Cultural Heritage Award in 1963.
 He also received the Patnubay ng Sining at Kalinangan Award from the City of
Manila in 1970
 He was proclaimed National Artist in Painting in 1982.

NOTABLE WORKS

Mother and Child (1967)


Vicente Manansala believes that the beauty of art is in the process

Jeepneys
This painting shows the daily congestion in the metropolis

VISUAL ART
(Sculpture)

NAPOLEON ABUEVA
(January 26, 1930 - February 24, 2018)
was the youngest Filipino to become a National Artist. Known as the Father of
Modern Philippine Sculpture, he is a master in both academic representational
style and modern abstract.

LIST OF AWARDS & CITATIONS


• 1959 – Ten Outstanding Young Men in the Philippines (Sculpture)
• 1966 – Cultural Heritage Award
• 1976 – Gawad CCP para sa Sining
• 1987 – Asean Awards for the Visual Arts in Bangkok
• 1995 – Fourth Asean Achievement Award for Visual Arts in Singapore

NOTABLE WORKS

Nine muses of arts


Kiss of Judas (1955)
also known (especially in art) as the Betrayal of Christ

ABDULMARI ASIA IMAO


(January 14, 1936 – December 16, 2014)
A native of Sulu, is a sculptor, painter, photographer, ceramist, documentary film
maker, cultural researcher, writer, and articulator of Philippine Muslim art and
culture. First Muslim recipient of the Philippine National Artist Award
LIST OF AWARDS & CITATIONS
 Order of National Artist, for Sculpture Republic of the Philippines, 2006
 Presidential Medal of Merit, Republic of the Philippines, 2005
 Gawad CCP para sa Sining, Cultural Center of the Philippines, 1990
 Order of Rajah Baguinda for Most Outstanding Contribution to Philippine Art,
Region IX, Highest Achievement Award, 1987
 Sultan Kudarat Cultural Heritage Award, 1985
 Most Outstanding Professional Alumni, Rizal Polytechnic and Technological
Institute, Morong, Rizal, 1985
 Araw ng Maynila Award in Sculpture, Manila Day Cultural Award, 1985
 Highest Cultural Award, Rajah Baguinda, 1984
 Region IX Chairman's Award for Most Outstanding Philippines Artist, 1983
 Best Entry Award for Sculpture, Art Association of the Philippines (AAP), 1981
 Ilaw ng Karunungan Award for Most Outstanding Fulbright Scholar, 1980
 Commission on National Integration Awards for Scholarly Research and Studies
on Muslim Art and Culture, presented by President Ferdinand E, Marcos, 1969
 Highest Achievement Award, Sulu Provincial Board, 1969
 Ten Outstanding Young Men of the Philippines (TOYM) Awardee, 1968
 Sulu Provincial Board Award for Arts, 1968
 Recipient of 16 other awards for art and culture

NOTABLE WORKS

Sarimanok Nude (1975)

LITERATURE

BIENVENIDO LUMBERA
(April 11, 1932)
Bienvenido L. Lumbera was born on April 11, 1932. He spent most of his youth in
Batangas until he entered the University of Santo Tomas in 1950 to pursue a degree in
journalism. He completed his M.A. and then his Ph.D. in Comparative Literature at
Indiana University in 1967. Lumbera writes in English and Filipino, and has produced
works in both languages.
LIST OF AWARDS & CITATIONS
 National Artist, April, 2006
 Ramon Magsaysay Award for Journalism, Literature, and Creative
Communication Arts, 1993
 Pambansang Gawad Pambansang Alagad ni Balagtas, Unyon ng mga
Manunulat ng Pilipinas (UMPIL)
 National Book Awards from the Manila Critics' Circle
 Carlos Palanca Memorial Award for Literature
 Visiting Professorship, Osaka University of Foreign Studies
 Professor Emeritus, University of the Philippines
 Philippine Centennial Literary Prize for Drama
 Cultural Center of the Philippines Centennial Honors for the Arts
 1st Asian scholar-in-residence at the University of Hawaii at Manoa
NOTABLE WORKS

VIRGILIO S. ALMARIO
(March 4, 1994)
also known as Rio Alma, is a poet, literary historian and critic, who has revived and
reinvented traditional Filipino poetic forms, even as he championed modernist poetics
.
LIST OF AWARDS & CITATIONS
 National Artist of the Philippines
 University of the Philippines Centennial Award
 Amado V. Hernandez Award
 Balagtas Award for Poetry and Essay

NOTABLE WORKS

MUSIC
(Dance)

ALICE REYES
(October 14, 1955)
a dancer, choreographer, teacher and director, she has made a lasting impact on the
development and promotion of contemporary dance in the Philippines. Her dance
legacy is evident in the dance companies, teachers, choreographers and the exciting
Filipino modern dance repertoire of our country today.
LIST OF AWARDS & CITATIONS
 Mother of Philippine Contemporary dance
 National Artist
NOTABLE WORKS

SEVERINO MONTANO
(January 3, 1915 – December 12, 1980)
Playwright, director, actor, and theater organizer Severino Montano is the forerunner in
institutionalizing “legitimate theater” in the Philippines. Taking up courses and graduate
degrees abroad, he honed and shared his expertise with his countrymates.
LIST OF AWARDS & CITATIONS
 Patnubay ng Kalinangan Award from the City of Manila (1968)
 Presidential Award for Merit in Drama and Theater (1961)
 Rockefeller Foundation Grant to travel to 98 cities abroad (1950,
1952, 1962, and 1963).
NOTABLE WORKS

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