90 the art world with his first one-man show of 50 mixed media prints at the Luz Gallery in September. He also joins the Sao Paulo Biennial. Manuel Rodriguez, Sr. is named a Cultural Heritage awardee by the Philippine government. 1968 The Philippine Association of Printmakers (PAP) is founded, with Adiel Arevalo as president, and Manuel Rodriguez, Sr. as adviser. The PAP workshop opens at the Philippine Women’s University (PWU). 1972 Renato Arevalo convinces the Philippine Women’s University to lend the Philippine Association of Printmakers a piece of property, where they can build their workshop. To construct this workshop, over 200 printmakers raise funds through various activities, including art auctions. 1973 Galerie Bleue hosts the country’s first international print exhibition, with the participation of artists from several countries. An etching press from the United States installed at the University of the Philippines College of Fine Arts, signifies a greater acceptance of the art of fine print in the Philippines. 1980 Museum of Philippine Art mounts the exhibition The Art of Fine Print: A View of 25 Years with Leonidas V. Benesa as exhibition curator. The large-scale group exhibition includes prints by Pandy, Arturo Luz, Rodolfo Samonte, Nelfa Querubin, Flora Mauleon, Restituto Embuscado, Orlando Castillo, among several artists. 1992 The PAP workshop/studio transfers to its current location at the Folk Arts Theater inside the CCP Complex. The venue is provided by the CCP. Artist Fil Delacruz receives a grant from the French Embassy to undergo a workshop on lithography in relation with the gift of a lithography press from the French government to Filipino printmakers. 1993 The exhibition Limbag Kamay: 400 Years of Printmaking opens at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. 2013 The Philippine Association of Printmakers (PAP) marks its 45th year with an exhibition at the Cultural Center of the Philippines entitled Press On: Guhit + Kutkot + Limbag = Sugod.