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GINAW MABILOG

January 3, 1953 – June 3, 2003

- National Living Treasures Award (1993)


- Poet
- Bilog was a Hanunuo Mangyan who was a native of
Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro. He was known for his efforts in
preserving the mangyan poetry tradition of ambahan.

MASINO INTARAY
April 10, 1943 – November 30, 2013

- National Living Treasures Award (1993)


- Musician and Storyteller
- Intaray was a Filipino poet, bard artist, and musician who is
a Palawan native known for his performance of the local traditions
of basal, kulilal and bagit.

SAMAON SULAIMAN
March 3, 1953 – May 21, 2011

- National Living Treasures Award (1993)


- Musician
- The Maguindanaon is known for his mastery of the
indigenous kutyapi instrument. Sulaiman first leaned playing
kutyapi at around 13 years old from his uncle.
LANG DULAY
August 3, 1928 – April 30, 2015

- National Living Treasures Award (1998)


- Textile Weaver
- She is credited with preserving her people's tradition of
weaving T'nalak, a dyed fabric made from refined abaca fiber.

SALINTA MONON
December 20, 1920 – June 4, 2009

- National Living Treasures Award (1998)


- Textile Weaver
- She was known for her Bagobo-Tagabawa textiles and was known
as the "last Bagobo weaver".

ALONZO SACLAG
August 4, 1942 – present

- National Living Treasures Award (2000)


- Musician and Dancer
- Saclag is a Kalinga master of dance and the performing arts from
Lubuagan, Kalinga. He has mastered not only the Kalinga musical
instruments but also the dance patterns and movements associated with
his people’s ritual.
FEDERICO CABALLERO
December 25, 1938 – present

- National Living Treasures Award (2000)


- Epic Chanter
- Caballero is a Filipino epic chanter. He is also called Nong
Pedring learned about epics from his mother and his grandmother,
Anggoy Omil who would chant these to him and his siblings as a
lullaby.

UWANG AHADAS
February 15, 1945 – present

- National Living Treasures Award (2000)


- Musician
- Ahadas is a Filipino folk musician of the Yakan people. He first learned
how to play the gabbang, a wooden bamboo instrument similar to
the xylophone then learned how to play the agung an instrument
traditionally played by Yakan men.

DARHATA SAWABI
Unknown – March 12, 2005

- National Living Treasures Award (2004)


- Textile Weaver
- Sawabi is one of the master weavers in the island of Jolo. Like most
women in their tribe, she has learned the art of weaving the pis syabit, the
traditional cloth tapestry worn as head cover by the Tausug of Jolo, from
her mother.
EDUARDO MUTUC
October 12, 1949 – present

- National Living Treasures Award (2004)


- Metal smith
- Mutuc is an artist who has dedicated his life to creating religious
and secular art in silver, bronze and wood. His intricately detailed
retablos, mirrors, altars, and carosas are in churches and private
collections.

HAJA AMINA APPI


June 25, 1925 – April 2, 2013

- National Living Treasures Award (2004)


- Mat Weaver
- Her colorful mats with their complex geometric patterns exhibit her
precise sense of design, proportion and symmetry and sensitivity to
color. Her unique multi-colored mats are protected by a plain white
outer mat that serves as the mat’s backing.

TEOFILO GARCIA
March 27, 1941 – present

- National Living Treasures Award (2012)


- Casque Maker
- People in the nearby towns sit up and take notice of his unique,
functional and elegant headpiece that shields him from the rain and
the sun. The inside of tabungaw is lined with finely woven rattan
matting, and the brim sports a subtle bamboo weave for accent.
MAGDALENA GAMAYO
August 13, 1924 – present

- National Living Treasures Award (2012)


- Textile Weaver
- In her profile, it was reported that Magdalena has taught herself the
traditional patterns of binakol, inuritan, kusikos, and sinan-sabong.
She may be in her late 80s but she still manages to arrange threads
on the loom, which is the hardest task in textile weaving.
-

WHANG OD OGGAY
February 17, 1917 – present

- National Living Treasures Award (2017)


- Traditional Tattoo Artist
- As a traditional Kalinga tattooist or mambabatok, she did fortune
telling and chants while doing tattoos. Every design she created has
symbolic meanings connected to it.
GINAW MABILOG
January 3, 1953 – June 3, 2003

- National Living Treasures Award (1993)


- Poet
- Bilog was a Hanunuo Mangyan who was a native of Mansalay, Oriental
Mindoro. He was known for his efforts in preserving the mangyan poetry
tradition of ambahan.

MASINO INTARAY
April 10, 1943 – November 30, 2013

- National Living Treasures Award (1993)


- Musician and Storyteller
- Intaray was a Filipino poet, bard artist, and musician who is
a Palawan native known for his performance of the local traditions
of basal, kulilal and bagit.

SAMAON SULAIMAN
March 3, 1953 – May 21, 2011

- National Living Treasures Award (1993)


- Musician
- The Maguindanaon is known for his mastery of the
indigenous kutyapi instrument. Sulaiman first leaned playing kutyapi at
around 13 years old from his uncle.
LANG DULAY
August 3, 1928 – April 30, 2015

- National Living Treasures Award (1998)


- Textile Weaver
- She is credited with preserving her people's tradition of
weaving T'nalak, a dyed fabric made from refined abaca fiber.

SALINTA MONON
December 20, 1920 – June 4, 2009

- National Living Treasures Award (1998)


- Textile Weaver
- She was known for her Bagobo-Tagabawa textiles and was known as
the "last Bagobo weaver".

ALONZO SACLAG
August 4, 1942 – present

- National Living Treasures Award (2000)


- Musician and Dancer
- Saclag is a Kalinga master of dance and the performing arts from Lubuagan,
Kalinga. He has mastered not only the Kalinga musical instruments but also the
dance patterns and movements associated with his people’s ritual.
FEDERICO CABALLERO
December 25, 1938 – present

- National Living Treasures Award (2000)


- Epic Chanter
- Caballero is a Filipino epic chanter. He is also called Nong Pedring
learned about epics from his mother and his grandmother, Anggoy Omil
who would chant these to him and his siblings as a lullaby.

UWANG AHADAS
February 15, 1945 – present

- National Living Treasures Award (2000)


- Musician
- Ahadas is a Filipino folk musician of the Yakan people. He first learned how to
play the gabbang, a wooden bamboo instrument similar to the xylophone then
learned how to play the agung an instrument traditionally played by Yakan men.

DARHATA SAWABI
Unknown – March 12, 2005

- National Living Treasures Award (2004)


- Textile Weaver
- Sawabi is one of the master weavers in the island of Jolo. Like most women in
their tribe, she has learned the art of weaving the pis syabit, the traditional cloth
tapestry worn as head cover by the Tausug of Jolo, from her mother.
EDUARDO MUTUC
October 12, 1949 – present

- National Living Treasures Award (2004)


- Metal smith
- Mutuc is an artist who has dedicated his life to creating religious and
secular art in silver, bronze and wood. His intricately detailed retablos,
mirrors, altars, and carosas are in churches and private collections.

HAJA AMINA APPI


June 25, 1925 – April 2, 2013

- National Living Treasures Award (2004)


- Mat Weaver
- Her colorful mats with their complex geometric patterns exhibit her
precise sense of design, proportion and symmetry and sensitivity to color.
Her unique multi-colored mats are protected by a plain white outer mat
that serves as the mat’s backing.

TEOFILO GARCIA
March 27, 1941 – present

- National Living Treasures Award (2012)


- Casque Maker
- People in the nearby towns sit up and take notice of his unique,
functional and elegant headpiece that shields him from the rain and the
sun. The inside of tabungaw is lined with finely woven rattan matting,
and the brim sports a subtle bamboo weave for accent.
MAGDALENA GAMAYO
August 13, 1924 – present

- National Living Treasures Award (2012)


- Textile Weaver
- It was reported that Magdalena has taught herself the traditional patterns
of binakol, inuritan, kusikos, and sinan-sabong. She may be in her late
80s but she still manages to arrange threads on the loom, which is the
hardest task in textile weaving.
-

WHANG OD OGGAY
February 17, 1917 – present

- National Living Treasures Award (2017)


- Traditional Tattoo Artist
- As a traditional Kalinga tattooist or mambabatok, she did fortune telling
and chants while doing tattoos. Every design she created has symbolic
meanings connected to it.

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