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CCP Encyclopedia of Philippine art is now on-line

attempting to find a extra possible supply to your arts reviews? well, arts students, appear no extra because the Cultural center of the Philippines (CCP) has launched a digital edition of its Encyclopedia of Philippine artwork (EPA).

Making artwork be counted to each Filipino, the revealing of the virtual edition of the EPA, a.ok.a the Holy Grail of the local cultural scene, to the public on Nov. 18 is one among its flagship tutorial initiatives.

"we're proud to launch the CCP EPA Digital edition website. The CCP EPA Digital web page is the online version of the encyclopedia that can be viewed with the need of an online connection and subscription," talked about CCP vice president and artistic Director Chris Millado. "The site includes up-to-date suggestions about different art kinds, in addition to extra visuals like video clips. The mission is a solution to the challenge of contemporary instances to access tips correct away with out the constraints of distance and time." 

After publishing the second print version of the CCP EPA in 2018, the CCP has taken the subsequent logical step by using launching the CCP EPA Digital version this yr.

Now in a digital platform, the CCP EPA Digital hopes to cater to the digitally-inclined young Filipinos specially college students and researchers alike to assist in their academic and analysis wants most in particular in these times when the training sector has been pressured to migrate online on account of the continued pandemic. 

The web site has nine sections. The section on Peoples of the Philippines consists of the master essays on 54 ethnolinguistic companies, organized alphabetically from Aeta to Yakan. The subsequent eight sections focal point on the eight arts, specifically: structure, visible Arts, film, Dance, tune, Theater, Broadcast Arts, and Literature. each and every area is additional divided into historic Essays, forms and kinds, elements, Works, and Artists and groups.

The digital encyclopedia also consists of a whole bunch of video excerpts from performs and dance and song performances, all sourced from the huge video archives of the CCP, as a result enhancing even more our advantage and appreciation of Philippine paintings.

The website, which includes the entire greater than 5,000 articles and more than 5,000 photographs of the print edition, can be accessed by using going to


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