CPAR QUIZ 2 - 2nd Grading
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She is one of the two master designers of the B’laan tribe’s mabal tabih art of dyeing and weaving.29
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She is one of the two master designers of the B’laan tribe’s mabal tabih art of dyeing and weaving.
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Who is the GAMABA awardee shown in the picture?
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A GAMABA awardee who discovered and popularized gourd hat that is shown in the picture?
What does GAMABA stands for?
Gawa ng Manlilikha ng Bansa
Gawad sa Manlilikha ng Bayan
Gawad sa Manlilikha ng Bansa
Gawa ng Manggagawa ng Bayan45s
GAMABA is a search for the finest traditional artists of the land.truefalseTrue or False45s
GAMABA was institutionalized in April 1991falsetrueTrue or False45s
A GAMABA awardee must have engaged in a folk-art tradition that has been in existence and documented for at least 30 years.falsetrueTrue or False45s
A GAMABA awardee must have passed on and/or will pass on to other members of the community their skills in the folk art for which the community is traditionally known.truefalseTrue or False45s
A GAMABA awardee who was awarded for faithfully for preserving the Hanunuo Mangyan script and amabahan poetry.
A GAMABA awardee who is a self-taught master craftsman found his calling in producing religious and secular artworks.
He was awarded for his mastery in chanting the Suguidanon epic of tradition of Central Panay.
He was awarded for his exemplary skills in basal or gong music ensemble.
She was awarded for weaving the abaca ikat cloth called t'nalak.
She has preserved the art of "pis syabit" weaving.
She was awarded for fully demonstrating the creative and expressive aspects of Bagobo abaca ikat weaving called inabal.
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