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NCCA's Dayaw Channel! [Season 3]
Dayaw Season 3
Dayaw Season 3 Episode 3 - "Mula sa Kalikasan"
The third episode looks into how wood and stone were employed by builders and craftsmen from all over the archipelago to build structures and objects dedicated to agriculture, exploration, to the community, to the noble ideas like nationhood and spirituality. Featured are wooden furniture and stone-built structures all over the Philippines including Batanes, Ifugao, Pampanga and Manila, particularly old churches, resting places and traditional homes.
Dayaw Season 3 Episode 4 - "Ginto, Pilak, Garing"
Gold, silver and ivory are materials that continue to define our ideas of wealth, status, orientation and display. But for our ancestors, there were deeper spiritual meanings to these materials and these objects. It is their skill, their endurance, their heritage of patience and perseverance that animate these objects. The fourth episode takes on the treasured and precious materials that have been skillfully used to create beautiful things.
Dayaw Season 3 Episode 5 - "Putik at Papel"
Clay and paper are simple, humble, accessible. In those very ordinary qualities lie their strength. In the process of transformation, we find the craftsman's joy. This episode looks into traditional crafts and masterpieces made of paper and clay like the Manunggul and Maitum jars, the burnay of Vigan, Kalinga pottery, the higantes of Angono, the Paete taka or paper mache, and Bulacan wrappings of papel de hapon with intricate lace-work.
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