Exhibits on Kapampangan history, culture and archaeology with interactive digital kiosks. John A. Larkin Library and Ambeth Ocampo Collection. Little Theatre for screening of Kapampangan films and videos, and for lectures and performances.
Mural timeline on the prehistory and history of the volcano and its eruptions. Exhibits on prehistoric fossils and artifacts. Artworks depicting the impact of the eruption and the subsequent lahar devastation on the life of Kapampangans.
Permanent exhibit on the sketches and personal memorabilia of National Artist Vicente Manansala of Macabebe, including his earliest works in Paris and the studies for the Stations of the Cross mural paintings at the UP Chapel.
Mural timeline of the history of the country’s first Catholic co-educational high school founded by the laity. Interactive digital kiosk showing the evolution of HAU campus, names of all graduates through the years, and university history in pictures.
Contains books and microfilms on Kapampangan and in Kapampangan, including archival materials and special collections.
6000+ Filipiniana books and magazines from the personal collection of the country’s most popular historian, formerly housed at the National Library.
All the books published by the Center through the Holy Angel University Press, including the National Book Awards winners and finalists.
Past issues of the Center’s official magazine, on topics ranging from Kapampangan history and culture to folk arts and the paranormal.
The Center’s research journal refereed by an international panel of scholars and researches.
The Center’s Kapampangan-language magazine.
Brilliante Mendoza film co-produced by the Center, winner of the top prize of the Cinemanila International Film Festival in 2006.
Cited by critics as one of the country’s top films of the new century; winner of Urian, FAMAS, YCC and MMFF New Wave awards; Best World Film at the 2015 Harlem International Film Festival.
Honored by the MMFF with a separate premiere night and screening; Best Film of the 2020 Lake City International Film Festival in India
First short film of Kapampangan filmmaker Jason Paul Laxamana produced by the Center
Featuring talents from Holy Angel University and produced by the Center, aired weekly on CLTV-36 throughout Central Luzon
Actor/vlogger/comedy artist Jericho Arceo explores Kapampangan culture and language in this weekly show on CLTV 36
Weekly talk show hosted by Francis Musni featuring Kapampangan artists and personalities as guests.