Performance by Dap-ayan iti Kultura ti Kordilyera (DKK) in TEFAG: Cultural Night for Indigenous People's Land, Life and Rights held at University of the Philippines Diliman College of Engineering Court, August 6, 2012.
Tefag is a Bontoc tribe term for echo (Filipino: alingawngaw). From Northern Luzon to Southern Mindanao, 15 million indigenous people of the Philippines want to send a message of alarm about destructive mining, militarization, human rights violations and displacement.
Workshop-Rehearsal clips of youth from Sagada, Mountain Province during the Summer Youth Culture and Arts Workshop held at Bangaan National High School from April 10-14, 2012.
With the theme, Revitalizing Indigenous People's Consciousness through Culture and Arts and Disaster Preparedness, the workshop was conducted by Tangguyub People's Center for Peace and Development and DKK (Dap-ayan ti Kultura iti Kordilyera / People's Cultural Council of the Cordillera) in partnership with Katribu Partylist, Department of Education for Culture and Sports (DECS) and SINAGBAYAN (Sining na Naglilingkod sa Bayan) with the support of the National Commission on Culture and the Arts (NCCA).
Cultural Arts Workshop facilitated by Dap-ayan ti Kultura iti Kordilyera (DKK / People's Center for Cordilleran Culture) participated by more than 50 youth. Held at Wangwang, Tinoc, Ifugao last February 1-3, 2013 with the theme: "Adalen, Padur-asen ken Iyabante iti Nainsigudan nga Kultura nga Agserbi iti Umili ken Panangbaliw iti Gimong," the workshop is part of cultural renewal program of Youth Advocacy for the Environment and Culture (YtADEC). Participants had crash courses in theater, visual art, song writing and music while being aware of destructive impact to life, land and culture of aggressive development projects such as hydropower plants by Japanese and Korean investors.