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BRIEF Weaving is an ancient textile art and craft that involves placing two threads or yarn made

BACKGROUND of fiber onto a warp and weft of a loom and turning them into cloth. This cloth can be plain
(in one color or a simple pattern), or it can be woven in decorative or artistic designs,
including tapestries.
ARTISAN

Salinta Monon was a Filipino textile weaver who was the one of two recipients of the
National Living Treasures Award in 1998. She was known for her Bagobo-Tagabawa textiles
and was known as the "last Bagobo weaver". Monon was awarded the National Living
Treasures Award in 1998. She died on June 4, 2009.

ARTISAN DESIGN

Her favorite design is the binuwaya or crocodile which is said to be among the most
difficult to weave. According to Cherry Quizon, an anthropologist based in New York, the
origin of Monon's design can be dated back as early as the 1910s.
STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES

MEDIUM: The abaca cloth has such rarity Endangered not only because of
Textile (abaca) yarn or threads uniqueness, and the mastery of the number of proponents, there
those who spun it is marked by is also the matter of declining
so much virtuosity cultivation of the abaca plant.

TECHNIQUE: Salinta Monon masters her Difficult to weave


Weaving manually, binuwaya design Meticulous
design Unique
Exquisite

CREATIVE PROCESS Home based industry Difficult to transfer (skills) to the


Aesthetic appeals new generation
Invention of modern machines

PERSONS INVOLVED Beautiful design of the weaver Very difficult to transfer (skills)
Unique design to others /or new generation
Skilled in weaving due to lack of interest with this
craft
Artisan Graphic Organizer
(Salinta Monon)

Submitted to:
PROF. MERCEDITA REYES

Submitted by :
AJERO, KRYSTEL KAYE H.
GODOY, KRISTINE ANN
JAVIER, KAYE ANN D.