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Panay
Famed with folk arts and
legends
Code of Kalantiaw
Epic of Hinilawod
Legend of ten Bornean datu in
the epic of Maragtas
Other folk literatures

Panay
One of the
largest
islands of
the
archipelago
lying South
ofCapiz
Romblon
Iloilo
Aklan
Antique Guimaras

The Story of Ten Bornean Datus

Sultan Makatunaw ( Head of the 10 Datus)


Marikudo ( leader of the inhabitants( Ati) of
the island )
Aninipay ( The term for the barter)
Golden Salakot ( payment of the island)
Ati-atihan ( Kalibo, Aklan)
Dinagyang ( Iloilo)
Binirayan (Antique)
The Festivals showcase the products, artistry,

creativity and craftsmanship of the people of Panay

Panay

Name was given by Miguel Lopez de


Legazpi

There is food

Arts and Crafts

Weaving is the primary form of arts


and crafts in Panay island.

Iloilo

Weaving Patadyong is an important


industry
A wrap around piece of cloth worn by women.
This type of clothing is often colorful and

features linear and geometric designs.

Weaving

Manual and time consuming hand


weaving of patadyong and hablon is
still practiced in Iloilo particularly in
Miag-ao.
Uses handlooms .
Known as paghahabol in Badiangan
Uses jusi and pinya
Weaving communities:
Arevalo

Jaro

Molo

Weaving in Aklan

Requires long hours


of laborious
and
painful
extraction
of
fibers
from
pineapple leaves.
Bastos the first
set of fibers
Linawan the finer
fibers

Aklan weaving

Baskets weaving , trays


and mats is popular.

Aklanon uses pandan


and bariw, to make
their products.

Pagrarara it banig or
mat weaving is often
form of social
interaction.

The tedious preparation to make a


mat includes:
the gathering of bariw leaves using the sangget a
cutting instrument similar to kawit or harabas in
Southern Luzon Province.
Thorny sides of the leaves will be removed using
bukog- a simple stripping machine made from bamboo.
The leaves are tied together and sundried for two to
three days
Pounded in the process called palpag until become soft
Tied into bundles, pounded again before stripping them
into a simple machine with blades called kulhadan
The strips are then arranged to make a kiyapis (made
up of four layers of bariw leaves that will serve as the
framework for the mat called taytay

Kapis (capiz)
shell is also an
important craft
in Panay island
particularly in
Aklan and Iloilo

The shell are often

collected from the sea,


bleached and dried
before pressing or cutting
into desired shapes.
Ideal material for: lamps,

Dcor, trays, souvenir


items

Negros Island

Buglas , during the


pre-Hispanic times it is
similar to sugar cane
that grows abundantly
in the island.

Negros (the black


people as described by
Magellan when they
docked near the island

Mt. Kanlaon is the highest peak

Island of so many festivals:


Maskara Festival ( Bacolod)

Arts & Crafts


Weaving is an
integral part of the
lives of the
Negrenses. Their
weaving practices
include roofing
materials, walls,
hats and baskets
using pandan and
buri leaves.

Pinya weaving
is also a
lucrative
industry in
Bacolod where
materials are
imported
coming from
Aklan.

Sinamay Weaving

is a world class industry in Valencia ,


Negros Oriental.
Made up of abaca (musa textiles)
twine and indigenous plant similar to
banana. The natural fiber is dyed,
woven and stiffened for the
production of hats.

Abaca

CEBU
The oldest
settlement
established by
the spaniards
and second
most important
metropolitan
center of the
Philippines.

CEBU

Queen City of the South


City of Fashion and Designs
ASEAN City of Culture/ ASEAN
Cultural City
Popular for so many crafts and a
leading exporter of world-class
furniture in Southeast Asia.

CEBU
Milan of
Asia due to
furniture
industry
using
materials
such as
rattan.

CEBU (ARTS & CRAFTS)


FAMOUS IN FURNITURE
INDUSTRY

Vito Selma
Debbie Palao
Kenneth Cabonpue

SAMAR, LEYTE & BILIRAN

SAMAR, LEYTE & BILIRAN

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