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Tibaldo: Understanding and teaching art
IN AN online interaction, I was asked by a practicing university instructor what strategies should be used in teaching visual arts that can enhance the skills of the students.It took me sometime to respond as I was hesitant at first ...
From 161 days ago
Tibaldo: Art in the City
THE City of Baguio aside from being designated as Creative City by Unesco for Crafts and Folk Arts, also takes pride of having two living National Artists Benedicto “Bencab” Cabrera for painting and my wedding sponsor Kidlat Tahimik for cinema.To ...
From 166 days ago
Tibaldo: The whole of nation approach and ending communist terrorist groups
THE NTF-Elcac National Task had a three-day Regional Action Planning Workshop on EO 70 in Baguio and it was participated mostly by IP Mandatory representatives and government line agencies led by the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP).A representative from ...
From 173 days ago
Tibaldo: Online shopping and PH e-commerce
EARLY this year, the Philippines’ first e-commerce roadmap was launched by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) entitled Philippine E-Commerce Roadmap 2016-2020 witnessed by industry stakeholders, officials and representatives from government agencies. This move is meant to accelerate the ...
From 180 days ago
Tibaldo: Starting up a new business
WHETHER you are one of those who are considering to go into business for reasons of your own, a young person who wants a job after rejection from job application or an employee who is tired of the fixed work ...
From 187 days ago
Tibaldo: Social media as a potent medium in trade promotions
THE so-called tri-media which is basically composed of publications that uses print, radio and television has been the standard form of information, education and communication for ages and the growing and widespread use of social media today has taken a ...
From 194 days ago
Tibaldo: The Baguio Apache's 80th anniversary
EVER wonder why there's a statue of an Apache Indian mounted on a horse at one of Baguio City's road circles? In early 2008, I was taken in as a peon along with four others in what elders and braves ...
From 201 days ago
Tibaldo: Of NCIP, customary practices and IP rights
THROUGH the Indigenous Peoples Rights Act (IPRA) of 1997, many of us in the Cordillera came to know about terms such as CADTs and CALTs for ancestral domain land recognition which refers to Certificate of Ancestral Domain Titles and Certificate ...
From 208 days ago
Tibaldo: The uniqueness of creative Baguio
SOMEWHERE out there, men and women are breaking their backs to earn a living. Somewhere out there, enterprising people are trading their crafts and wares to help contribute to the national economy. Somewhere out there, craftsmen, artisans and artists are ...
From 215 days ago
Tibaldo: Chronicling the passage of time
LEARNING photography during my student days wasn’t as easy as compared the digital photo-shooting today. We dealt with a Jurassic system that involves metallic cameras with shutters, negative films, light sensitive papers, chemicals and we go to a darkroom to ...
From 222 days ago