List of Boholanos - Journalism, Poetry, Arts and Culture

Journalism, Poetry, Arts and Culture

  • National Artist Napoleon Abueva (for sculpture), whose works include the UP Oblation and the Blood Compact scene at Bool, Tagbilaran
  • Dr. Jose Abueva, former UP President and current President of Kalayaan College
  • Marjorie Evasco, feminist poet, Chair, literature department, De la Salle University and Metro Bank Outstanding Teacher Awardee.
  • Pete Lacaba
  • Eman Lacaba
  • Edwin "Ed" IbaƱez, Boholano photojournalist, based in United Arab Emirates. Photographer and news correspondent of Kabayan Weekly Newspaper in United Arab Emirates. Official photographer of PEIBL ( Pinoy Inter-Faith Basketball League) ,a charity basketball league in Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates. He graduated high school at the Holy Name University in Bohol and attended college in Cebu City.

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