Ateneo Cultural Laboratory

The Ateneo Cultural Laboratory (ACL) is a five-year engagement of the IPC with the Department of Sociology and Anthropology of the Ateneo de Manila University.

It is comprised of a three-week, six-unit summer course for Ateneo de Manila students and external professionals, focusing attention on the study, conservation, and promotion of the cultural heritage of particular Philippine districts, towns, or cities.

Aware of the vital linkage between heritage tourism and development, the IPC and the DSA are committed to conducting an ACL every summer (from 2011 to 2015) in a different province, and to working with local government units and local groups. The sites of the ACL include: San Juan del Monte, Metro Manila (2011); Baclayon, Alburquerque, Loay, and Loboc in Bohol (2012); Kalibo and Boracay in Aklan (2013); Nasugbu and Balayan in Batangas (2014); and Puerto Princes, Palawan (2015).

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