Luzon highland textiles
||An illustrated article by Eric Anderson giving
a brief account of Northern Luzon highland textiles.
Inaul Weaving and Sewing Center
||A short illustrated
article by Nick Fielding on the Aljamelah Inaul Weaving and Sewing Center
- Mindanao .
|Filipino textiles from the collection ofMyunghee & Peter Reimann
||An on-line exhibition created from photos of the exhibition of Filipino textiles from the collection of Myunghee & Peter Reimann which ran at The Philippine Center, Philippine Consulate General in New York February 4-15, 2008.
of the Philippines
||Link to an article of
discovery 'A Stitch in Time' by Greg Bloom on textiles from the
Philippines from the Inflight Magazine of Cebu Pacific Air on their
||The website of the Antique
Luzon Tribal Art Connisseurs Organisation created by Eric
Anderson website devoted
to Philippine tribal art as well as his own interest in antique
Kalinga textiles. Eric has created a CD - Kalinga
Costumes - about tribal art from Kalinga province in the Philippines.
Museum of the Philippines
||Cited on its home page
as the repository and guardian of the Philippines' natural and cultural
and symbols of Sulu
to the flags and symbols of the Royal Sultanates of Sulu, Ranao
Area and Maguindanao compiled
by Paolo Paddeu
||Go to the www.tribaltextiles.info/community
forum to find posts on textiles from the Philippines. Go to
the 'Search' button in the top right of the screen to find all posts.
Please join the forum to ask questions and to share your knowledge
with fellow enthusiasts.
||Based on the small number
of books devoted to the Philippines currently in my library.
||Access a list of shops
in Philippines selling textiles. (Under construction - if you know
of any good ones please contact me at comments).
See forum thread on shops
in Manila and the end of Greg Bloom's article
||For basic travel facts
(including map) go to the Lonely Planet information on the web.
Check out the links they give for the Philippines.