Langdulay Weaving Center
Named after National Commission for Culture and the Arts' Gawad ng Manlilikha Awardee Lang Dulay, The Lang Dulay Weaving Center was established for the purpose of preserving the weaving tradition of T’nalak weaving among her immediate family. Prior to her recognition, Lang Dulay had already been transferring her skills to the women in her community. She has over 50 distinct T'nalak patterns that manifested in her dreams and put to life in her loom that the younger generation is working hard to preserve. On the same year she was awarded, the weaving center was established and Lang Dulay took on on the first batch of apprentices. The center has been Lang Dulay's legacy to her family and to the Tboli Community.