In connection with our exhibition “Faith, Tradition and Place: The Art of the Bangsamoro” and with the support of the Office of Senator Loren Legarda, Philippine Center for Islam and Democracy, and the DTI-ARMM, the National Museum presents a Sama and Tausug weaving and embroidery demonstrations and lecture. These will take place on December 2 and 3.
Learn how tutup (orfood covers), mats and habul tiyahian (embroidery) are made. Thanks to Nurfaida Dalimbang and Mariam Mutalib (tutup weavers), Jamija Kasim and Rhudsia Mohammad (mat weavers) and Almanis Dahi Madjidul and Sayma Sali Amman (habul tiyahian embroiderers) for accepting our invitation.
A public lecture on Bangsamoro Weaving Traditions by Atty. Salma Pir Rasul is scheduled on December 3 at 2 pm.
Come and join us at the Manlilikha ng Bayan Hall (National Museum of Anthropology, Manila) for these events and experience the unique arts of Jolo, Sulu. Let us also celebrate the festive season this December.
National Museum of the Philippines, P. Burgos Drive, Rizal Park, 1000 Manila
10 AM - 4 PM