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BACKGROUND HISTO

A National Artist is a Filipino citizen


who has been given the rank and title
of National Artist in recognition of his
or her significant contributions to the
development of Philippine arts and
letters.
The rank and title of National Artist is
conferred by means of a Presidential
Proclamation. It recognizes excellence
in the fields of Music, Dance, Theater,
Visual Arts, Literature, Film and
Broadcast Arts, and Architecture or
Allied Arts.
ORDER OF NATIONAL ARTISTS
• (Orden ng Gawad Pambansang Alagad ng Sining)
• a rank, a title, and a wearable award that
represents the highest national recognition given
to Filipinos who have made distinct contributions
in the field of arts and letters
• jointly administered by the National Commission
for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) and the Cultural
Center of the Philippines (CCP), and is conferred
by the President of the Philippines upon
recommendation by both institutions
ORDER OF NATIONAL ARTISTS
• embodies the nation’s highest ideals in
humanism and aesthetic expression through
the distinct achievements of individual citizens
• According to the rules of the National
Commission on Culture and the Arts, the
Order of National Artists should be conferred
every three years.
INSIGNIA OF THE ORDER OF THE
NATIONAL ARTISTS

• a Grand Collar featuring


circular links portraying
the arts, and an eight-
pointed
conventionalized
sunburst suspended
from a sampaguita
wreath in green and
white enamel.
INSIGNIA OF THE ORDER OF THE
NATIONAL ARTISTS

• The central badge is a


medallion divided into three
equal portions, red, white,
and blue, recalling the
Philippine flag, with three
stylized letter Ks—the “KKK”
stands for the CCP’s motto:
“katotohanan, kabutihan, at
kagandahan” (“the true, the
good, and the beautiful”),
as coined by then first lady
Mrs. Imelda Romualdez
Marcos, the CCP’s founder.
INSIGNIA OF THE ORDER OF THE
NATIONAL ARTISTS

• The composition of the


Grand Collar is silver gilt
bronze. In place of a
rosette there is an
enameled pin in the
form of the insignia of
the order.
• It was established by virtue of
Presidential Proclamation No. 1001, s. 1972,
which created the Award and Decoration of
National Artist, “to give appropriate recognition
and prestige to Filipinos who have distinguished
themselves and made outstanding contributions
to Philippine arts and letters,” and which
posthumously conferred the award on the
painter Fernando Amorsolo, who had died earlier
that year.
• Proclamation No. 1144, s. 1973 named the
CCP Board of Trustees as the National Artist
Awards Committee (or Secretariat).
Presidential Decree No. 208, s. 1973 reiterated
the mandate of the CCP to administer the
National Artist Awards as well as the privileges
and honors to National Artists.
Flow for National Artist
The Order of National Artists
recognizes:

• Filipino artists who have made significant


contributions to the cultural heritage of the
country
• Filipino artistic accomplishment at its highest
level and to promote creative expression as
significant to the development of a national
cultural identity
• Filipino artists who have dedicated their lives to
their works to forge new paths and directions for
future generations of Filipino artists
Benefits of being conferred as a
National Artist

1. The rank and title of National Artist, as


proclaimed by the President of the Philippines;
2. The insignia of a National Artist and a citation;
3. A lifetime emolument and material and
physical benefits comparable in value to those
received by the highest officers of the land such
as:
a. a cash award of One Hundred Thousand Pesos
(P100,000.00) net of taxes, for living awardees;
Benefits of being conferred as a
National Artist

b. a cash award of Seventy Five Thousand Pesos


(P75,000.00) net of taxes, for posthumous awardees,
payable to legal heir/s;
c. a monthly life pension, medical and hospitalization
benefits;
d. life insurance coverage for Awardees who are still
insurable;
e. a state funeral and burial at the Libingan ng mga
Bayani;
f. a place of honor, in line with protocular precedence, at
national state functions, and recognition at cultural
events.
REQUIREMENTS FOR NOMINATION

• • A cover letter from the nominating organization. The cover letter


shall be accompanied by a Board Resolution approving the
nomination concerned with the said resolution signed by the
organization President and duly certified by the Board Secretary.
• • A duly accomplished nomination form;
• • A detailed curriculum vitae of the nominee;
• • A list of the nominee’s significant works categorized according to
the criteria;
• • The latest photograph (color or black and white) of the nominee,
either 5″ x 7″ or 8″ x 11″;
• • Pertinent information materials on the nominee’s significant
works (on CDs, VCDs and DVDs);
• • Copies of published reviews; and
• • Any other document that may be required.
Where to send
• The NATIONAL ARTIST AWARD SECRETARIAT
Office of the Artistic Director Cultural Center
of the Philippines Roxas Boulevard, 1300
Pasay City
• The NATIONAL ARTIST AWARD SECRETARIAT
Office of the Deputy Executive Director
National Commission for Culture and the Arts
633 General Luna Street, Intramuros, Manila