We are RedRoot Artists Cooperative, the first artists cooperative in the Philippines. RedRoot was founded in 2008, when we decided that we wanted to be able to pursue our ideals while being financially independent. Ever since then, we have continued to grow and expand our horizons, and we are now the industry’s benchmark for all information and animation videos.

For more than 11 years, we have empowered our artists and members to become reliable service providers who contribute to the innovation of the industry and the positive transformation of society.
Our major operations as an artist cooperative are museum curatorship (with supplementary research and content creation), technology integration (programming, hardware set-up, and customization), creative design and execution (from prints, web, video, and augmented reality), and production and installation/construction (including interior and lighting design, materials sourcing, project management, and onsite installation/fabrications).
Thanks to the Department of Science and Technology Small Enterprises Technology Program (DOST SETUP), we also own 3D rendering computers, a large format printer, a CNC Router, a Laser Cutter/Engraver, and a 3D printer, which allow us to conduct full in-house fabrication and production capability at-par with well-established FabLabs in the Philippines.

We have created communication materials for top government agencies, selected NGOs, and institutions like the World Bank.
We have also consistently done advocacy work, including two fundraising campaigns through Step Juan (A Walking Expedition for Kids with Cancer), and our Doodle Earth workshop, which teaches environmental awareness through art.
And we have modernized major national museums such as the Museum of Philippine Economic History (Iloilo), Museum of Philippine Political History (Bulacan), Rizal Museum in Dapitan (Zamboanga), Juan & Antonio Luna Museum (Ilocos Norte), Bohol History Museum (Bohol), Ramon Magsaysay Museum (Zambales), Marcelo H. del Pilar Museum (Bulacan), Hiyas ng Bulacan Museum (Bulacan), as well as the recently opened Sugbu Chinese Heritage Museum (Cebu).

Our cooperative was recognized by the International Cooperative Alliance – Asia Pacific as an innovative primary cooperative initiated by the youth, and we were invited to speak at the International Cooperative Youth Summits and Meetings in 2016 (Indonesia), 2018 (Philippines), 2019 (India) and 2020 (Malaysia).
We were awarded as one of the Top 10 Highest Percentage Increase in Networth (Small to Medium Scale Category) at the Metro Manila Cooperative Congress 2018, and we were given an award by the Local Government of Quezon City in recognition of our contribution to the community. One of our video campaign projects for Pag-IBIG Fund was also awarded during the 16th Philippine Quill Awards 2018.

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