The Museum of Modern Filipino Art (MoMFA) begins with a dream and the land on which to build it.  To stand proudly on historic Mount Samat in Bataan, its goal is to showcase the best of modern and contemporary Filipino art and to instill in future generations an abiding love and pride in their cultural heritage.  Aside from the structure that will preserve and display the art collections, activities such as exhibits, competitions and workshops are being designed for the MoMFA dream to come to fruition. By doing all this, we acknowledge with gratitude that man’s innermost aspirations and his very ability to create art emanates from the Divine Creator Himself.

A “perpetual work-in-progress” Stonedragon Castle is a scratch-built creation of Josaias dela Cruz.  It features an operating drawbridge and portcullis, two courtyards, fourteen towers and a three-level keep with two fireplaces per floor that actually light up.   

The "Parade of Banners" conversion by Josaias dela Cruz and Myke dela Paz won the 2016 Golden Palette Award by the Round Table of Bretonnia, a group of over 165,000 miniatures enthusiasts from around the world.   The introduction of Stonedragon Castle was also awarded the 2016 Golden Brush for literary pieces by the same organization, whose members come mostly from Europe and the US.