A virtual space serving as a living memorial to a pivotal period in Philippine history, the Digital Museum of Martial Law in the Philippines serves as a platform to provoke critical reflection, inclusive learning, and vigilant remembrance through the multi-faceted lens of artistic expression. Education on the Marcos Era Martial Law, and the concepts and implications of martial rule are made available to the public through engaging platforms and in forms to spark their interest. The online hub is complemented by on ground forums, exhibits and performances aimed at educating the youth on our country’s dark past in hope that in remembrance and understanding they take active vigilance in upholding our nation’s democracy and freedom.



The Digital Museum of Martial Law in the Philippines was founded on September 21, 2016 by Dakila - Philippine Collective for Modern Heroism.’s digital exhibitions are being propagated, curated, and maintained by Active Vista while actively seeking individuals and groups who would like to contribute or collaborate in the endeavor.

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