CLSU Artist Club Founding Anniversary

February 24, 2017 at Sabado Knights Resort, Licaong, Science City of Munoz, Nueva Ecija. All Alumni and chapters are invited to attend and required to share registration fees. For more information please contact Leando G. Tecson on Facebook or the Grand Artist.

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Bagong sangay na Young Artist Club sa Paniqui itinayo

Isa na namang sangay na Young Artist Club sa Eduardo Cojuangco National Vocational High School (ECNVHS) ang itinayo noong Marso 29,2019. Ito ay sa kahilingan ng mga mag-aaral ng naturang paaralan sa tulong na rin ni Vilma D. Vidaya guro ng nasabing paaralan at pag-agapay ni Elito V. Circa aka Amangpintor. Isinabay ang pagtatatag ng sangay sa aktibidad na "Art Talk and Workshop" ni Amangpintor sa ECNVHS kung saan dinaluhan ng ilang guro at mga estudiyante at nagbigay rin ng ilang pagpapaliwanag ukol sa samahan.

Living no one behind - Poster making

Vilma Dayrit Vidaya, an art trainer (Coach) from Eduardo Cojuangco National Vocational High School and also member of the Samahang Makasining(Artist Club), Inc. Tarlac won their student Rex Suyat Baladad in the On-the-Spot Poster Making Regional Competition last March 22, 2019 under the project World Water Day with the theme "Living no one behind". World Water Day, on 22 March every year, is about focusing attention on the importance of water. This year theme "Leaving no one behind" adapts th ...Click to read more

Ifugao-Pride Artist Only Needs Magnifying Glass And Some Sunshine To Create Fascinating Artwork

An artist, basically, needs a canvas and brushes to make art, and typically, it's how paintings and any form of visual expression should be; but to one of the rarest artist known in the Philippines, a canvas and paint brush is not needed in any way because when the sun shines so brightly, that's when he creates his masterpieces. Meet Jordan Mang-osan, a 49-year-old a Filipino Indigenouism artist who only uses magnifying glass and sunlight to create artworks known as pyrography drawings. Pyrog ...Click to read more

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One of a kind Algae Artist Jerome Icao from Zamboanga
(by Makasining 12/12/2017)

Jerome Galve Icao, born July 14, 1982 in Imelda, Zamboanga Sibugay a Filipino and indigenouism artist. Like other contemporary artists, Jerome explore other techniques and medium based on his philosophy in life. He uses Algae from river or stream to create unique images of old, indigenous and ancestral Zamboangenian people in their province, which are also part of the province and town history.

This is my Story (Titsir Ka)
(by Teresita M. Circa 11/22/2016)

The sun was hazy that morning, I had my brown ribbon tied upon my fixed collar. The plum skirt fitted me still as I stepped on the jeepney's rack. Humidity came to welcome me and I had my hair tucked behind my ears. Ellipses filled the atmosphere until someone had dared to crack the silence: "Titsir ka?" he uttered while I watched him draw his fingers in a crooked position. "Nag-aaral pa lang ho." I shooked. Never did I know, that day began to be the beginning of everything. The first page of my life being a teacher and a wife carried by a surname: Circa. It's a mere realization of this: "TitS ...Click to read more

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These Artists Use Unusual Materials For Their Works
(by 12/12/2017)

( The local art scene is alive and well, thanks to the wealth of talent from young and established artists. There's always something new to look forward to, whether it's an ongoing exhibit or a must-see museum. And then there are those that, while they're just at the fringes of this dynamic sphere, are still worth learning about and keeping on your radar. Here are 13 artists who have found their calling in art, but have done so with unusual materials and one-of-a-kind techniques.

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Vacant boxes for personal study

The Indigenous games or Laro ng Lahi was coined and popularized by the Samahang Makasining (Artist Club), Inc. (commonly known "Makasining") with the help of National Commission for Culture and the Arts and being used by the other Philippine Local Government Unit, other organizations and other institution. Imparting of these Filipino games to the youth is one of the main objectives of the organization. The Makasining also created time based scoring for five (5) selected games (Patintero, Syatong, Dama, Lusalos and Holen). (If you want to use this word kindly acknowledge our organization)


"Community development through arts"

The group has been conducting arts/culture activities for the past years, through self-discovery and learning. Today, the group has come-up with the idea of imparting their knowledge and experiences to the youths to make their time more meaningful and useful. This also helps the youth to get away from unnecessary vices and help them discover and develop their hidden talents, which is beneficial for the upliftment of the Filipino culture.


  • Brotherhood and camaraderie.
  • Impart knowledge about arts & culture to the community.
  • Have an opportunity to discover and develop hidden talents.
  • Know that each time and work is essential.
  • Preserve and maintain Filipino culture through everyday living.
  • Provide beneficial and livelihood skills thru commercial arts.
  • Utilize their worthy leisure hours.


  • Art Projects Management and packaging
  • Seminar / workshop on Visual Arts
  • Seminar / workshop on Theater Arts
  • Script Writing
  • Variety show for town fiesta
  • Computer Animation


    Members are true artist in their heart, we are not talking about their skills in the field of arts but we are talking about their talents in arts.

    They possess humility, self discipline and concern to the Mother Nature. Hence, they are environmentalist in nature, have own philosophy in life, and they have extensively believed in God. Sometimes they believe that they are couriers of God.

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