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1.

It is an imitation of life and the world rendered beautifully which gives pleasures is called as
___________?
a. Drawing b. Art c. Medium d. Nature
2. The body is used, mobilized, and choreographed in a specific time, form, and space is known
as ___________?
a. Theater b. Music c. Dance d. Cinema
3. This is the art form of performance, dramatic texts are portrayed on stage by actors and
actress and are enhanced by props, lights, and sounds is called as ____________?
a. Cinema b. Theater c. Architecture d. Literature
4. This art form is a technological translation of theater, special effects are utilized to enhance
the storytelling is known as _____________?
a. Cinema b. Architecture c. Picture d. Music
5. This is the art form that appeals to the sense of hearing which composed by combining notes
into harmony in known as _____________?
a. Sculpture b. Dance c. Music d. Picture
6. This is a three-dimensional artwork that maybe created using stone, marble, wood and
concrete is called as ____________?
a. Literature b. Painting c. Music d. Sculpture
7. These are structures that meant to be used as shelter is called as _____________?
a. Architecture b. Cinema c. Dance d. Literature
8. Which of the qualifications fit for a Filipino to be nominated and selected as a National
Artist?
a. Dual Citizenship
b. Government Employed
c. Natural born Filipino Citizen
d. Physically and Mentally Fit
9. He given the title “Da King” or also known as “FPJ” of Philippine movies is _____________?
a. Eddie S. Romero
b. Fernando Poe, Jr.
c. Lino Brocka
d. Gerardo “Gerry” De Leon
10. It is a playwright’s festival of untried, untested, and unpolished plays is commonly called as
____________?
a. PETA c. Atlantis Productions
b. Gantimpala Theater Foundation d. Virgin Labfest
11. Which of the following IS NOT the designs that Lang Dulay was known for?
a. Bankiring c. Pis Syabit
b. Kabangi d. Bulinglangit
12. Which of the following National Artist uses Mat weaving?
a. Haja Amina Appi c. Magdalena Gemayo
b. Darhata Sawabi d. Salinta Monon
13. Who was an exceptional Filipino Sculpture uses silver, bronze, and wood crafting religious
and layman artworks?
a. Salinta Monon c. Lang Dulay
b. Teofilo Garcia d. Eduardo Mutuc
14 The most sophisticated Philippine Musical instruments used by Samaon Sulaiman is called as
_____________?
a. Basal b. Kudyapi c. Kwintangan d. Tuntungan
15. What group did Alonzo Saclag established?
a. Kalinga Budong Dance Troup c. Bayanihan Dance Troup
b. Trailblazer Dance Troup d. Ballet Dance Company
16. Which of the following describes the kind of handiwork that Haja Amina Appi created?
a. A distinctive and functional headpiece that made to safeguard from harsh rays of the
sun and from the rain.
b. The finest quality, using very high thread count and incorporating intricate designs.
c. Intricate geometric arrangements displayed particular sense of proportion and color
sensitivity.
d. Add charm and luxury to every home and monument.
17. What kind of weaving was Darhata Sawabi most famous for?
a. Mat weaving c. Pis Syabit
b. Textile Weaving d. Binuwaya
18. Who was recognized for his beautifully crafted Casque or Tabungaw from San Quintin,
Abra?
a. Haja Amina Appi c. Darhata Sawabi
b. Magdalena Gemayo d. Teofilo Garcia
19. Who was the famous National Artist for using traditional Filipino materials such as abaca
fibers weaved into T’nalak cloth?
a. Lang Dulay c. Eduardo Mutuc
b. Darhata Sawabi d. Salinta Monon
20. What is Uwang Ahada’s disability?
a. Deaf c. Stroke
b. Near-blindness d. Scoliosis
21. Who popularized folksongs by creating music based on the wide array of various ethnic
group in the Philippines?
a. Jovita Fuentes c. Jose Maceda
b. Ernani J. Cuenco d. Antonino R. Buenaventura
22. Who was a highly acclaimed Filipino composer and ethnomusicologist?
a. Levi Celerio c. Jose Maceda
b. Lucio D. San Pedro d. Lucricia R. Kasilag
23. What were the early forms of drama before EXCEPT ONE?
a. Tinikling c. Moro-moro
b. Cenaculo d. Zarzuela
24. Who was considered to be the first lady of the Philippine Theater?
a. Rolando S. Tinio c. Honorata “Atang” de la Rama
b. Daisy Avellana d. Salvador F. Bernal
25. What is Wilfrido Ma. Guerrero’s contribution to Philippine theater?
a. Mutya ng Pasig c. A Portrait of the Artist as Filipino
b. Macbeth in Black d. No Todo Es Risa
26. How did the Philippine music change during the American period?
a. Because of then Spanish and American colonization periods the popularity and
contemporary musical tradition changed.
b. The Philippine music changed when music started to be taught in schools, and Filipino
were exposed to pop culture.
c. Because of the National artists for music have definitely contributed to the
enrichment of the country’s music through research, composition, and outreach.
d. The Philippine music changed through the advancement of new technology.
27. What was Masino Intaray’s contribution to traditional Philippine art and culture?
a. His expertise in playing Kudyapi was evident in this broad repertoire that included
binalig, linapu, minna, and dinaladay.
b. He was a hands-on teacher to fascinated and dedicated individuals who wish to learn
to play Yakan instruments.
c. His extraordinary skills and talent for playing various customary music instruments
included the Basal, Kulilal, and Bagit.
d. He was a master and teacher of Kudyapi in Libutan and other barangays of Maganoy
town, Maguindanao, Mindanao.
28. Which of the following IS NOT included in the guidelines or categories in the National Living
Treasures Award?
a. He or she is an inhabitant of an indigenous/traditional cultural community anywhere
in the Philippines.
b. His or her community has recognized him or her as master teacher of his or her craft.
c. He or she must have engaged in folk art tradition that has been in existence and
documented for at least 50 years.
d. he or she must have consistently performed or produced, over a significant period,
works of superior and distinctive quality.
29. Martin together with his classmates visited a local museum in Tacloban, City. They enjoyed
seeing photographs and paintings of the local artists. The underlined words are example of
what art form?

a. Dance B. Picture c. Literature d. Music

1. 2. 3.

5. 6.
4.

7. 8. 9.

10.
30. Which of the following pictures above is an example of emphasis?
a. 10 b. 4 c. 1 d. 7
31. Which of the following pictures above is an example of symmetric balance?
a. 5 b. 3 c. 10 d. 9
32. Which of the following pictures above is an example of pattern/repetition?
a. 7 b. 8 c. 9 d. 10
33. Which of the following pictures above is an example of scale/proportion?
a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4
34. Which of the following pictures above is an example of contrast?
a. 3 b. 4 c. 5 d. 6
35. Which of the following pictures above is an example of movement?
a. 1 b. 3 c. 5 d. 7
36. Which of the following pictures above is an example of unity/harmony?
a. 2 b. 4 c. 6 d. 8
37. Which of the following pictures above is an example of balance?
a. 6 b. 5 c. 1 d.2
38. Which of the following pictures above is an example of radial balance?
a. 9 b. 7 c. 8 d. 4
39. Which of the following pictures above is an example of asymmetrical balance?
a. 6 b. 3 c. 1 d. 9
40. It is the impression of stability or equality in a composition?
a. Balance c. Contrast
b. Movement d. Radial Balance

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