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ARTS IN THE CORDILLERA REGION
Wood is the raw material of the people of the Cordillera Region in Manufacturing of artistic shields, decorated containers, home utensils, figurines and religious images.
2 Types of Cordilleran Art:
• The decorative
• The realistic or magical
For the decorative type, these are the shields, containers, pipes, fabric designs and even tourist art objects belong to the decorative type.
, which is for the dead and has several signs (mortar, little men, python, lizard, snake, ladder and shuttle)
The elaborate headdress and G-string of the man and the heavy necklace of heirloom beads of the woman typify the traditional Ifugao costume of the early 20th century. (Field Museum of National History, Ayala Museum Collection)
, or "Ifugao rice god," is a carved human figurine into which a certain class of anito is said to incorporate itself when worshipped.
Ifugao Priests (Mombaki) Baptizing Granary Deities
Baptizing and re-energizing a bulul pair with the blood of sacrificed pigs, as a feature of annual harvest time rituals and festivities. One of the priests (a mombaki in their language) pours the blood from a coconut shell cup, which he has removed from its keeping-place in a ceremonial box (an innama)
Animal motifs of Cordilleran Art