National Arts Center
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|Address||Los Baños, Laguna
|Operator||Philippine High School for the Arts
Cultural Center of the Philippines
The National Arts Center is a building complex situated in Mount Makiling, Los Baños, Laguna, the Philippines. The establishment was inaugurated in 1976 by First Lady Imelda Marcos. Its theater is the Tanghalang Maria Makiling or the NAC Center which has an audience capacity of 1,000 people.
The complex occupies a total area of 13.5 hectares (33 acres) at the Makiling Forest Reservation. Most of its facilities is operated by the Philippine High School for the Arts except the Pugad Adarna which is ran by the Cultural Center of the Philippines.
Venues aside from the theater include the Pugad Aliguyon or the Marvilla Cottages, the Pugad Adarna or Executive House, the a two-storey clubhouse called the Bulwagang Sarimanok, and the St. Marc's Chapel. The chapel's cross was designed by Leandro Locsin, which features an outline of a crucified Jesus Christ.