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Arts and crafts of mindanao


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Grade 7 Arts - 3rd Quarter

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Arts and crafts of mindanao

  1. 1. ARTS AND CRAFTS OF MINDANAO Grade 7 – 3rd Quarter
  5. 5. MINDANAO (n.) Mindanao is the second largest island of The Philippines at the southern end of the archipelago. It’s culture consists of mostly Muslim or “Moro” people. It is also composed of other ethnic groups such as the Maranao, Tausug, Banguingi, and indigenous tribes known as Lumad.
  6. 6. Zamboanga Peninsula ARMM Region SOCCSKSARGEN Region Northern Mindanao Caraga Region Davao Region Regions
  7. 7. Balanghay The Balangay (formerly synonymous with Butuan boat) is a plank boat adjoined by a carved-out plank edged through pins and dowels. It was first mentioned in the 16th Century in the Chronicles of Pigafetta, and is known as the oldest watercraft found in the Philippines. The balangay was the first wooden watercraft excavated in Southeast Asia and is evidence of early Filipino craftsmanship and their seamanship skills during pre-colonial times.
  8. 8. Vinta The vinta (locally known as lepa-lepa or sakayan) is a traditional boat from the Philippine island of Mindanao. The boats are made by Sama-Bajau and Moros living in the Sulu Archipelago, Zamboanga peninsula, and southern Mindanao. It has a sail with assorted vertical colors that represents the colorful culture and history of the Muslim community. These boats are used for inter-island transport of people and goods.
  9. 9. Malong The malong is a traditional "tube skirt" made of handwoven or machine- made multi-colored cotton cloth, bearing a variety of geometric or okir designs. The malong is directly akin to the sarong worn by peoples in other parts of Maritime Southeast Asia (Malaysia, Brunei, East Timor and Indonesia), and is the etymological cognate of the Polynesian 'malo' (loin cloth).
  10. 10. Brasswares Kulintang, gongs and even the elaborate designs of a Muslim jar are brasswares popularly made in Mindanao, particularly the oldest city in the region, Cotabato City.
  11. 11. Okir Okir or okkil is the term for geometric and flowing designs (often based on an elaborate leaf and vine pattern) and folk motifs that can be usually found in Maranao and Muslim-influenced artwork, especially in the southern Philippines, and in some parts of Southeast Asia.
  12. 12. Panolong Is a wing like design of a vernacular house in Maranao called Torogan. These are ends of the floor beams that projects and splay out like tringular butterfly wings on the façade and side elevations.
  13. 13. ToroganThe Torogan is a traditional residence of the reigning Sultan of the Maranaw people and his family. It is where the community traditionally gathers for wedding, thanksgiving rites, enthronement, and vigils for the dead. Torogan is no ordinary home specially to a regular Maranaw family because it was a symbol of high social status.
  14. 14. Sarimanok The Sarimanok is a legendary bird of the Maranao people who originate from Mindanao, a major island in the Philippines. It comes from the words "sari" and "manok." "Sari" means cloth or garment, which is generally of assorted colors. Manòk means "chicken"
  15. 15. Yakan’s Fabric and Face Make-up technicolor geometric weaves and the distinctive face decorations used in their traditional ceremonies. The Yakan are kind and loving people that embody a non-materialistic culture and live in close-knit communities. The Yakan are an indigenous Muslim tribe native to the tropical island of Basilan. Located in the Sulu Archipelago in the most southern region of the Philippines. Yakan people are recognized for their remarkable
  16. 16. Yakan Weaving Yakan weaving uses bright, bold and often contrasting colours in big symmetrical patterns. Inspiration for designs comes from island living and Islamic sacred geometry.
  17. 17. Face Decorations Tanyak Tanyak is a face painting custom is unique to Yakan tribal culture. Worn only for wedding ceremonies; circles, spots and diamond patterns are printed on the skin using bamboo implements and a thick mixture of white flour and water. The patterns are said to have no symbolic meaning but have been used for centuries as a form of cosmetic decoration long before commercial products were accessible.
  18. 18. T’nalak T'nalak is a traditional cloth found in Mindanao island made by a group of people in Lake Sebu, South Cotabato called T'bolis, Tboli people. This traditional cloth is hand-woven made of Abaca fibers which traditionally has three primary colors, red, black and the original color of the Abaca leaves.
  19. 19. Pangalay Pangalay (also known as Daling- Daling or Mengalai in Sabah) is the traditional “fingernail” dance of the Tausūg people of the Sulu Archipelago and Sabah. The dance also means offering from its Sanskrit origin pang- alay. Mangalay which also means dance is very similar to classical Balinese and Thai dances.