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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region III
School Division of Nueva Ecija
PENARANDA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Penaranda, Nueva Ecija

FIRST QUARTER EXAMINATION IN


CONTEMPORARY PHILIPPINE ARTS FROM THE REGION

Name: _________________________________________ Date: ____________________


Year and Strand: ______________________________ Score: ___________________

I. MULTIPLE CHOICES: Encircle the correct answer.

1. Art produced at the present period in time.


a. Contemporary art b. abstract c. paint d. music
2. A Contemporary art include and develops from ________.
a. Painting b. mosaic c. postmodern art d. music
3. Postmodern art which is itself a successor of _______.
a. Abstract art b. sand art c. fine art d. modern art
4. Is a style of expressive dance that combines elements of several dance
genres including modern, jazz, lyrical and classical ballet.
a. Contemporary dance b. visual design c. modern art d. music
5. Contemporary dancers strive to connect the mind and the body through ___.
a. Dance b. movements c. fluid dance movements d. spirit
6. Commonly known as gangsaand played by the groups in the Cordillera
region of the bossed gongs played among the Islam and animist groups in the
Southern Philippines.
a. Flat gong b. kaleleng c. maracas d. tambuli
7. Is long and has a narrow internal diameter, it is possible to play different
harmonics through overblowing—even with the rather weak airflow from one
nostril.
a. Flat gong b. maracas c. kaleleng d. tambuli
8. Refers to any piece of written material.
a. Literature b. arts c. Literary composition d. design
9. Is the use of imagery, color, shapes, typography, and form to enhance usability
and improve the user experience.
a. Literature b. arts c. design d. visual design
10. Refers to art made and produced by artists living today.
a. Contemporary art b. design c. arts d. visual design
11. Is art produced by Filipino artists coming from the different regions in the
Philippines in the 21st century.
a. Art b. design c. contemporary Philippine arts d. literature
12. Foreign influenced, industry-driven, technology assisted, oriented for mass-
consumption.
a. Alternative b. design c. art d. dominant/mainstream
13. Usually social realist and/or advocacy-oriented.
a. Rock b. dominant/mainstream c. alternative d. design
14. Preserves local traditions.
a. Alternative b. design c. art d. traditional/Indigenous
15. Refers to art approaches or techniques that involve the use of combination or
mixed mediums.
a. Alternative b. design c. art d. Integrative art
16. Refers to anything that attracts the five senses and thus its mediums may be
visual, auditory, olfactory, tactile and gustatory.
a. Design b. art c. alternative d. fine arts
17. Emphasizes form achieved through color ― intensity, saturation, brightness,
contrast, and the use of combinations in conveying the subject.
a. Fine arts b. painting c. mosaic d. design
18. Focuses on form achieved through texture and dimension. They are never flat in
dimension and could be smooth, rough, soft, hard, shiny, pointed, etc. depending on
the texture of materials used.
a. Painting b. carving c. sculpting d. taka
19. Gained recognitions and awards from prestigious national or international literary
institutions.
a. Natl. artist in dance b. Phil. Natl. artist in Literature c. Jose Rizal d. Natl. artist in Music
20. In the selection process of National Artist in the Philippines, who is the last
person that will approve the selected artist by the three panels?
a. Phil. President b. Commissioners c. Panels d. CCP Governors

II. Identification: Identify the following National artist. Select your answer in the
box.

Fernando Amorsolo Napoleon Abueva Nick Joaquin Pablo Antonio

Guillermo E. Tolentino Amado V. Hernandez F. Sionil Jose Leandro V. Locsin

Carlos “Botong” Francisco Jose Garcia Villa Juan Nakpil Ildefonso P. Santos

Jose Maria Zaragosa Francisca Aquino Ramon Obusan


III. Enumeration: Enumerate the following: 1-15

What are the different contemporary art forms?

1. _______________________________________________________
2. _______________________________________________________
3. _______________________________________________________
4. _______________________________________________________
5. _______________________________________________________
Give at least 5 significant landmarks that you can found in your hometown.

1. _______________________________________________________
2. _______________________________________________________
3. _______________________________________________________
4. _______________________________________________________
5. _______________________________________________________

Classify various art forms found in the Philippines.

1. _______________________________________________________
2. _______________________________________________________
3. _______________________________________________________
4. _______________________________________________________
5. _______________________________________________________

Prepared by:

MARTINELLI L. CABULLOS
Teacher II

OLGA F. DELA CRUZ


Master Teacher II

SHEILA B. POLICARPIO Checked:


Teacher III
RONEL E. PINEDA ROGELIO C. DRAPIZA, Ph.D.
Teacher II Asst. Principal II

RITCHELL ANN U. SAGAT Noted:


Teacher II
MIRIAM S. MONTEROSO
School Principal IV
1. His masterpieces showcase rural landscapes which applied light techniques
(chiaroscuro) and impressionistic brush strokes.
___________________________________.
2. Known as the father of Philippine classical sculpture, he immortalized in bronze
and stone the country’s greatest symbols and heroes ― the Bonifacio
Monument, UP Diliman’s Oblation, the Quezon Memorial, the bronze medal of
the Ramon Magsaysay award, and the seal of the Republic of the
Philippines.__________________________________.
3. Painter from Angono, Rizal who was known for the vivid and vibrant colors of
his expressionistic murals about the country’s historical events.
_______________________.
4. Known as the father of Philippine modern sculpture, he hails from Bohol and
became famous for his artistic statues Blood Compact, Nine Muses, Kiss of
Judas, and the Transfiguration.________________________________.
5. His poems and novels written purely in the Filipino mother tongue tackle the
issues of the poor and the working class. ___________________________________.
6. The “master of the comma poem”. _______________________________.
7. It was his mystery- and suspense- filled novels that became his trademark style.
______________________.
8. A native of Rosales, Pangasinan, he often gleans local legends and epics from
his hometown as well as from the Ilocos region to include in his short stories
and novels. ______________.
9. A native of Quiapo, He was the first to be made National Artist in 1973, His
famous works in neoclassic style are the Rizal Shrine, Manila Jockey Club, UP
Theater and Carillon Tower, UP Quezon Hall and Library.
_________________________.
10. The 2nd Filipino architect to be declared National Artist in 1976.
__________________.
11. An architect from Silay, Negros Occidental, he was known for the use of
domes, spirals, and concentric spaces. _____________________.
12. This father of Philippine landscape architecture from Malabon took charge of
the landscaping of the following parks. ________________________.
13. Fused old world Spanish colonial style with modern international as seen in his
masterpieces the Santo Domingo Church and the Meralco Building.
14. Is acknowledged as the Folk Dance Pioneer.
15. He promoted the unique and graceful dances of the Philippines via
performances here and around the world.