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Brenda V. Fajardo
Brenda Fajardo, ...
Brenda Fajardo, PhD
Curator - Vargas Museum
University of the Philippines
Jamming for the Earthâ€™s Well-being through Pangalay: AlunAlun Dance Circleâ€™s 10th Anniversary Celebration – The Official Site of AlunAlun Dance Circle
But they were with us in intention and spirit: Malou Jacob, Executive Director of NCCA; Dr. Ricky Abad of ADMU; Ben Suzuki of Japan Foundation; Ambassador Jose Zaide; Ambassador Laura Q. Del Rosario; Dr. Benilda Santos (who was sick but wrote a poem for the occasion); Gardy Labad, theatre artist and cultural worker; Carmen Cabling, writer and environment advocate; Ellen Ongkeko, filmmaker and independent producer; Perry Dizon, theatre artist and ADC's stage manager for many years; Upeng Galang of PETA; Brenda Fajardo, visual artist; Mary Joan Fajardo, child educator and artist; PETA-MTTL members who studied pangalay; Wayland Quintero, Hawaii-based theatre artist; Chloe Bernardo, pangalay student now studying in the US; Peanuts Panares of DepEd; Cynthia Lumbera, writer-editor; Fr. Rene Javellana, S.J., Ms. Carmel Daez, among others.
The other awardees of the Gawad ...
The other awardees of the Gawad CCP Para sa Sining are poet and critic Cirilo Bautista (Literature), artist Brenda Fajardo (Visual Arts), dancer-teacher Agnes Locsin (Dance), composer Ramon Santos (Music), and anthropologist Florentino Hornedo (Cultural Research).
This year, the award will be ...
This year, the award will be conferred on Zeneida A. Amador for theater; Cirilo F. Bautista for literature; Brenda V. Fajardo for visual arts; Agnes D. Locsin for dance, Ramon P. Santos for music; Rodolfo "Dolphy" Quizon for film and broadcast arts; and Florentino H. Hornedo for cultural research.
Visual artist Brenda Fajardo's works carry strong historical and nationalist themes as folk and mythological tales.
participated in prestigious exhibitions both here and abroad and represented the county in various biennales notably in France, Cuba, Japan, the USA, Korea, Chile, India and Australia.
Because Fajardo was not an artist contented with isolation, she explored her expression with other art organizations and institutions.
has been instrumental in founding or revitalizing artist groups bonded by a common advocacy such as art education, gender issues, and community enrichment programs.
efforts at revitalizing her
family's farm through cultural awareness prove to be a further testimony to this vocation.