Move the World

This Lockdown will not stop Dancers from MOVING THE WORLD. Almost 60 artists have made this video possible to raise awareness for dancers who have lost their work because of the Covid19 pandemic. These dance workers are dancers at live events, at stage performances, festivals, cruise ships, parties. They are also dance teachers, coaches and trainers. Sad to say, most creative artists will not have work for the next months due to the social distancing protocols. Artists Welfare Project Inc. can help and give cash aide to many of these workers.

Please donate any amount via

Thank you so much. Let’s keep moving the world 😊

Video Direction & Edit by Miko Reyes
Original Music by Jef Flores
Choreographic Direction by PJ Rebullida
Street Choreography by Lema Diaz

Message from NCCA


Kindly forward to your network of workers. Government can extend them livelihood assistance. But deadline is tomorrow April 3 at 12 noon. Mechanics are below.

Dear Artists,

Please find in the attached photos Office Order No. OED-00-20202-003-041 regarding NCCA Executive Director, Al Ryan Alejandre’s arrangement with the DOLE’s TUPAD #Barangay Ko, Bahay Ko (#BKBK) Program for freelance or self-employed artists and cultural workers who are affected by COVID-19 nationwide.

To be registered under the TUPAD #BKBK Program, individuals are required to submit:

1) Photos of any government-issued ID; and
2) Photos of house/dwelling and/or vicinity to be disinfected/sanitized BEFORE and AFTER cleanup; and
3) Personal information to facilitate remittance of wages.

Qualified artists/cultural workers shall receive 10 days tax-free minimum wage for participating in the TUPAD #BKBK Program.

Kindly send in images of your IDs and dwelling/vicinity to be disinfected/sanitized with the appropriate labels, i.e. name_ID.jpg, name_dwelling.jpg to: with the below information

(1) Artist’s Name (Surname, First Name, Middle Name)
(2) Age
(3) Birthdate
(4) Sex
(5) Civil Status
(6) Present Address
(7) Mobile Phone No.
(8) Type (either Artist or Cultural Worker)


Keep safe,
NCCA National Committee for the Visual Arts

Love Notes from our Donors

Thank you for making me smile and cry and go through an emotional roller coaster ride, everytime.

Cheers to paying it forward. We’ll all get through this. To health and safety. Much, much love. Aly

Keep safe.Thank you again very, very much!!! ❤️

Keep the Philippine theatre alive. Keep safe.

Thank you for doing this and taking extra time and effort to help out our fellow artists! God bless you!

Hi, please accept this small contribution. No need to list my name, please. God bless!

I can’t wait for the curtains to rise again. 🙂

Umagang Kay Ganda | Various Artists

Sa lahat ng mga artista at cultural workers – freelance artists – sa lahat ng fields. Darating din ang umaga. Kaya natin ito kung sama sama. Hindi balakid ang pagkakahiwa hiwalay natin sa panahon ng social distancing. Maraming salamat sa bumubuo ng video na ito. Patunay ito na hindi tayo nagiisa.

To all friends, donors, audience. Maraming salamat sa inyong pagtulong. It’s gonna be a long haul. Sa lahat ng walang virus, we have to remain healthy and strong to help the health sector. We need your help. Our sector lives from one gig to the next. We are freelance. We are part of the economy. Please help us. Donate in any way you can. Super THANK YOU!

For Donations:

Landbank Checking Account
Artists Welfare Project Inc.
CA 1772-1030-73

For Credit Cards:
Paypal –

Bank of the Philippine Islands: Jennifer Bonto CA 3130002934
Swift Code 010040018

BDO: Jennifer Bonto SA 000500423806
Swift Code 010530667

Gcash: 09266165206

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Open House

During difficult times like these, we rely a lot on artists to help us get through. From shows to stories, music to dance, art helps us get by. But these difficult times also mean that artists need us to help them get through, too. 

The lockdown has caused thousands of Filipino freelancers, performers, designers, technicians, and production staff to lose their jobs, projects, and income. They are a special type of worker that escapes the protection of the public sector and are very much vulnerable. We decided that something needed to be done, and that’s why we created Open House.

OPEN HOUSE is an online fundraising project by Artist Welfare Project, Philstage, SPIT MNL, Third World Improv, and the Theater Actor’s Guild and Ticket2Me, for the benefit of the performing arts community.

Through live online classes, shows, and workshops, OPEN HOUSE will raise funds to help our Filipino artists and creative workers in need. Donations will be used as cash assistance for the most vulnerable of artists and creative workers to help them survive this difficult period until employment (and the world) returns to normal.

OPEN HOUSE online shows and classes are free. To support this project and donate to the Artists Welfare Project, click here: