Koronadal City News
Just like the Dream weavers of South Cotabato who are responsible for making the beautiful fabric, I had been dreaming of witnessing the T?nalak Festival.
Dance and Rondalla workshops, arts exhibits and one-act plays will underscore South Cotabato's celebration of February as National Arts Month.
Provincial Tourism Officer Cesar Sulit Jr., said the month-long celebration will kick off on Saturday, February 11, at the KCC Mall of Marbel with the opening of a visual arts exhibit at the mall's activity area.
"The exhibits will feature paintings of the visual artists in the province. Local fashion designers will also showcase their designs," Sulit said. The exhibits will run until February 26.
Sulit said this is ...
Mindanao is the biggest island of the country where diverse cultures are found. From Christians to Muslims, people live in harmony and peace. The island is also famous for different ethnic festivals and one of those is the T'nalak Festival in South Cotabato. T'nalak is a piece of cloth woven by the locals of Cotabato made from abaca. The festival is a way to promote the culture and traditions of the T'boli tribe as well as their form of living. Visitors will experience the ethnicity of Philippine culture through trade expos and exhibits where you can also buy souvenirs before you go back to yo ...
T'nalak Festival is South Cotabato's anniversary celebration held every July. The festival's name is attributed to that piece of colorful cloth called T'nalak, woven by the local T'boli women. The T'bolis comprises one of the indigenous people of South Cotabato.
The celebration is weeklong, from July 10-18, 2016 and a lot of activities are happening each day. Apart from the Dept of Tourism Region 12 night where Silek Musical Ensemble performed, I only saw the street dancing part of T'nalak Festival. A pitiful show up for me considering this is the first time I'm going to shoot this festiva ...
South Cotabato's T'nalak Festival is underway. This report tells us more about the colorful celebration.
T'nalak Festival Parade- (Madal Be'lan, Kasadyahan sa Kapatagan, Kadsagan A Lalan)
The Grand T'nalak Parade, vibrant and truly South Cotabateño in style.
Streets are come alive to the rousing "T'nalak Beat, with more than thousand of energetic street dancers performing choreographed and time honored movements and decked-out in colorful costumes.