The Baguio Art Archive Project: Histories, Developments, and Trajectories
The Baguio Art Archive Project: of Alimuom 2021 is a research initiative involving interviews with selected professionals and practitioners from the arts, culture, and creative industries ecosystem of Baguio City, archival research, coordination with organizations and groups for content collation and management, among many others.
The project is anchored on an art-historical approach in presenting a syncretic narrative on territories, visible and/or invisible, that activate the city as a site of cultural exchange, social intervention, and contemporary discourses.
The project collates and showcases posters, news clippings, reproductions of gathered materials, and a video output based on the conducted interviews with the attempt to map developments, histories, trajectories, and crucial milestones of Baguio City’s arts ecosystem throughout the years.
The Baguio Art Archive Project: Histories, Developments, and Trajectories is an invitation for various individuals and entities to persistently contribute to discourses and exchanges that help shape the City’s histories, developments, and trajectories across the arts, culture, and creative industries ecosystem.
Archive TeamFara Manuel-Nolasco
Alain Zedrick Camiling
Pio Angelo Ocampo
Jessa Marie Pomar
Erlyn Ruth Alcantara
Prof. Liza Acevedo Ilagan
Engr. Alec Mapalo
Dr. Padmapani Perez
UP Baguio Former Chancellor Ray Rovillos
Dr. Rudi Tabora
Baguio Arts Guild
City of Baguio
Baguio Creative City
Cultural Center of the Philippines
CCP Cultural Education Department
CCP Visual Arts and Museum Division
CCP Library and Archives Division