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Vargas Museum staff wins Fringe Manila poster contest

Vargas Museum curatorial staff, graphic designer, and Art Studies major Randel Urbano won the first Fringe Manila Poster Competition for his creation “Habal-habal High.” Urbano’s design, playing on the  habal-habal, a popular but precarious mode of transport, and the halo-halo as a metaphor of Philippine society, was chosen to represent Fringe Manila 2015, an arts festival showcasing emerging and established […]

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INTRODUCTION

Today, CAL maintains its leadership in arts and letters in the Philippines. The basic functions of the College remain – instruction, research and extension work. It continues to uphold humanistic ideals in the midst of technological advancement, promote arts and letters as instruments of liberation and empowerment, and inculcate values that promote a nationalistic culture.

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