BOAC, Marinduque — The Marinduque State College Culture and the Arts (MSCCA) unit celebrated National Arts Month with a series of activities. beginning of new leadership under Dr. Diosdado P. Zulueta this 2021 welcomes the start of the creative economy as it engages to the global economy and inclusive development to become a full-fledged university. The culture and arts initiatives of MSC in collaboration with the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) through the Kaisa sa Sining Regional Arts Center is now virtually ready for different clients and enthusiasts.
As the college celebrates the National Arts Months this February 2021, a couple of major activities were done such as the Launching of the Virtual Museum and the premiere of the Kalinga sa Sining e-Performance as part of the Marinduque Centennial Celebration as well. Those who did not witness the celebration activities can view them at www.mscmarinduque.edu.ph.
The MSC Culture and the Arts Unit – MSC Kalinangan at Sining, along with its sub-units such as Dulaan, Sayaw at Musika launches said major activities that feature visual arts, theater, movies, and others. The celebration centers on the performance of MSC Siklab Society which started the last year 2020 with their performance held at the Boac Covered Court, Poblacion, Marinduque.
Despite the pandemic situation, the group is supported by the college and open to different activities for talents showcase. MSC is grateful for the support of the Cultural Center of the Philippines and for giving subsistent grants of CCP Cultural Stage Department. The College is also grateful to everyone who supported all the MSC Sentro ng Kultura endeavors at Wika, headed by Dr. Randy T. Nobleza and MSC Culture and Arts headed by Mrs. Ruby Ann T. Lantita.
- The following feature performances were done by the members of the Siklab Society:
- Byaheng Marinduque composed by Joey Medina and Philip Quitoriano from the School of Education which was performed by Emalene Evangelista and Joy Barcelona from the School of Arts and Sciences
- Parini sa Marinduque composed by Joey Medina and performed by Emalene Evangelista and Joy Barcelona from the School of Arts and Sciences.
- Classical guitar by Aleika Pilar and Banduria by Alysa Mae O. Sioatong from the School of Education
- Marinduque March guitar solo performed by Jovan Magyaya which won during the STRASUC Olympics 2019
- Tinig ng Pulo, Lalawigan, Daang Paraiso, Tagaytay, Tuba composed and performed by Oscar Loreto
- Saxophone performance (Kahit Maputi na ang Buhok ko) by Clint Sean Manlangit from the School of Education
- Song performance (–Ikaw ay Ako) of Emalene Evangelista and Joy Barcelona from the School of Arts and Sciences