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The Museo ng Kalinangang Pilipino is an integrated humanities museum established in 1988. It gathers together the works of Filipino traditional artists and preserves Filipino artistic traditions; studies and interprets these to provide a deeper understanding of Filipino national culture evolving with and for the people; and strengthens the people's awareness of the integral, dynamic role of creativity and artistic expression in national life and culture. A permanent exhibit entitled "Diwa: Buhay, Ritwal at Sining" showcases significant Filipino artistic traditions and explores the development of Philippine art and aesthetics in the socio-cultural context. Another important permanent exhibit is the CCP Collection of Traditional Asian Musical Instruments from the Philippines, Japan, Indonesia, India, Thailand, China and Korea. The CCP Museum also presents special changing exhibitions, ...
Located at the Second Floor, it is similar in size and shape as the Pasilyo Guillermo Tolentino.
Along Balcony 1 on the Third Floor, the Pasilyo Guillermo Tolentino is used for regional art works or for exhibits in line with cultural agreements. The longest wall measures 2.4m high x 18.8m wide.
Situated at the east end of the Fourth Floor, the Pasilyo Victorio Edades is a bracket-shaped space where the works of new talents are usually displayed. It is often used for exhibits of panoramic works, photographs, drawings, prints and works on paaper. The longest wall measures 2.4m high x 18.8m wide.
The Bulwagang Carlos V.Francisco is ideal for murals, large-scale paintings, installation works and open exhibits.. The wall space measures 4.8m high x 19.8m wide.