Awards
2005
[1454][610] "Parangal for Pacita Abad", by Philippine National Museum, hosted by ALIWW, Manila, January 2005
2001
[936][610] "Art in Embassies - Indonesia", United States Department of State, September 2001
2000
[13][610] "Pamana Ng Pilipino Award" for outstanding achievement in the arts, given by the President of the Philippines, Manila, June 2000
[1707][610] "Plaque of Recognition to Pacita B. Abad, Ivatan Painter, Internationally Acclaimed Artist", from the Province of Batanes, 2000
1998
[1073][610] "Eighth Annual Mayor's Arts Awards", one of the finalists, Washington, DC, September 1998
[14][610] "Filipina Firsts", a compendium of 100 Filipino women who have broken ground in their fields of endeavor organized by the Philippine American Foundation in Manila and Washington, D.C., June 1998
[15][610] "Likha Award", marking the Centennial of Philippine Independence, given in recognition of outstanding achievement, June 1998
1996
[1742][610] "Art in Embassies - Philippines", United States Department of State, February 1996
1995
[16][610] "Excellence 2000 Awards for the Arts", given by U.S. Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D.C. (Website www.uspaacc.com), May 1995
1993
[1776][610] New York State Council on the Arts Grant for Visiting Artists Program at Amuan, 1993
1992
[17][610] "Gwendolyn Caffritz Award", given by the Washington, D.C. Commission for the Arts, June 1992
[304][610] "Mid-Atlantic Arts Regional Fellowship", USA, June 1992
1990
[19][610] "D.C. Commission on the Arts Award", June 1990
[21][610] "MetroArt II Award: Six Masks from Six Continents", 5 painting mural installed at Metro Center, Washington, D.C., June 1990 Watch video
1989
[18][610] "National Endowment for the Arts", Visual Arts Fellowship, 1989 to 1990, June 1989
[20][610] "D.C. Commission on the Arts Award", June 1989
1984
[22][610] "TOYM Award" for the Most Outstanding Young Artist in the Philippines, June 1984