In celebration of the National Heritage Month and the Month of the Ocean this May, the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), led by its chairman, DepEd U-Sec. Vilma Labrador and executive director Cecille Guidote-Alvarez, also PA on Culture, in cooperation with Office of the Presidential Adviser on Climate Change (OPACC), will hold an art activity called â€œGallery of the Seas,â€ as part of a â€œtriangulatedâ€ event involving the air, mountain and sea in the historic town of Baler, Aurora, which is celebrating its 400th foundation anniversary this year, 2009, declared by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo as the Year of Baler.
The event, which has three aspects and perspectives, will be held from May 18 to 24. This event will emphasize the ecological and cultural diversity of Aurora. The â€œtriangulatedâ€ event will have a bird-watching activity, a hiking and mountaineering activity, and the â€œGallery of the Sea.â€
The “Gallery of the Sea” is in coordination of the Dimalangat Artists Community and will actually start on May 20 21. This is not exclusive to Dimalangat Artists. Venue is either Baler Central school or Aurora Technological Institute. Stand by for details.
The Bird Watching Activity will be led by the Camera Club of the Philippines in coordination with the Batang Aurora Camera Club. Give me a hoot at batangbaler at gmail dot com if you’re interested. The mountaineering activity will be led by the UP Mountaineers.
These events are part of the Baler 400 Celebration.
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- Historical Data of Casiguran 1952 - January 30, 2016
- How to Get to Baler - May 1, 2015
- Aurora Day 2015 Events - February 4, 2015
- Christmas @ The Capitol - December 9, 2014
- Google Earth – Baler 2014 - December 7, 2014
- Jose Johann Bitancor – 2nd Solo Exhibition - December 4, 2014
- Aurora NGP Week Photo Contest - December 3, 2014
- National Greening Program Aurora Week Starts Today - December 1, 2014