Apart from being known as the Palm City Capital of the South, Tagum City has earned a new feat, this time, as the Marching Showband Capital of the Philippines.
Best regional films from all over the country is set to take stage in an open-air community screening in Nabunturan town, Compostela Valley province.
Highlighting the role of Philippine arts and culture in the country’s development, the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) has put up a promotional program to fit the framework of the Philippine Development Plan: AmBisyon Natin.
The city government of Tagum successfully held its first-ever Tagumpay Songwriting Bootcamp aimed at producing a multi-genre album, showcasing the city’s homegrown musical composers.
Two films were shown Monday, July 4, at the Abreeza Mall as part of their advocacy called “Bring the Roadshow to the Youth”, to share stories of unknown Filipino WWII heroes through historical films and documentaries to as many cities around the country as possible.
How do you help the evacuees in Marawi when you do not have the money to buy relief goods, or maybe you lack time to lend to cause-oriented groups? Young artists and full-time professionals in the city saw they could lend a hand by using their talents in painting to help those who were displaced by the fighting in Marawi City.
Holding their faces on their palms in an attempt to cover their emotions, the Muslim mentors quietly cried as teacher Tayato Mnidalagat, one of the senior educators led the community prayer.
City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio urged the people of Davao to emulate Jose Rizal’s nationalism and patriotism.
Actress Angel Locsin visited hundreds of evacuees here Friday morning as she expressed her solidarity with the civilians affected by the conflict in Marawi City.
Local groups here have collaborated to raise funds and gather other forms of support for the victims of Marawi siege.