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At its 14th year, Vision Petron 14th National Student Art Competition once again recognized young artists in this year’s theme ‘Lakbay Panata (My Journey, My Pledge) in National Museum, October 9, 2014. Swarmed with 2,827 entries from 105 schools and museums, one of the most prestigious art competition in the Philippines for the youth, Vision Petron considers that this year as their biggest competition so far.

Petron is committed to support young artist and by partnering with the youth, they share visions of enriched heritage of the country. Lakbay Panata is a theme that is very timely, as each student who had passed an entry rekindled their pledge not only to their family but also to themselves. As Vision Petron encourages the youth to express themselves in the different artforms, the judges were amazed on how students had expressed themselves in various ways in personal levels.

List of Winners on Vision Petron 14th National Student Art Competition ‘Lakbay Panata' (My Journey, My Pledge)
Photo Courtesy of Faith Dayrit
According to photography judge and PATA Gold Awardee for Best Travel Photo, George Tapan, students had expressed the meaning of pledge in their lives. Mr. Raymond Red, video-making judge and Palme d’Or Awardee at 2000 Cannes Film Festival said that the entries are very personal. It is a story telling of their journey for a brighter future.
Judges on Vision Petron 14th National Student Art Competition ‘Lakbay Panata' (My Journey, My Pledge)
Photo Courtesy of Faith Dayrit
Painting category judge since the start of Vision Petron and award-winning writer of Philippine history and culture, Felice Sta. Maria, explained that ‘pangako’ mean promise but ‘panata’ means vow and is a strong word dedicating one’s self to something holy. Often, a vow becomes a lifetime promise of action done in thanksgiving or to win what is wished for. Vision Petron recognizes that with a simple step of vow, with a single action, all can move the country for the better future.
Photography Winner named Jeremiah Digo ‘Untangling the Flag’- of Adventist University of the Philippines
Photo Courtesy of Faith Dayrit
Grand Prize Awardee in Photography Category, Jeremiah Digo said ‘Wala ako masabi, this year sa wakas nanalo din. It is an honor.’ as he describes his feeling in winning in the prestigious art competition,

Runners Up and Grand Prize winners were recognized in five different categories: Painting- Oil/Acrylic, Painting- Water Based Media, T-Shirt Art Design, Photography and Video-Making.

CRITERIA FOR JUDGING
  • Content and Concept (Theme) 40%
  • Originality 30%
  • Technical Execution 30%
Here are the list of Grand Prize Winners in each category:

Painting- Oil/Acrylic *Grand Prize (6 winners) P 50,000.00 each **Runner Up ( 6 winners) P 20,000.00 each Semifinalist (15 winners) P 5,000.00 each
  • Edu-Perreras ‘Fulfilling and Caring for God’s Gift’- Museo ng Angeles
  • Eric Perreras ‘Till Death Do Us Part’- Museo ng Angeles
  • Mark Leo Maac ‘Sa Liwanag ng Tagumpay’- Bulacan State University
Painting- Water Based Media
  • Weriel Mallari ‘Sa Gitna ng Unos’- Tarlac State University
  • Edu Perreras ‘Iniukit ng Panata’- Museo ng Angeles
  • Karl Albais ‘Bayan ko, Ipinagdarasal Ko’- Xavier Technical Training Center
Photography *Grand Prize (6 winners) P 30,000.00 each **Runner Up ( 6 winners) P 15,000.00 each
  • Ezra Acayan ‘Eid Mubarak!’- Far Eastern University Manila
  • Romel Dulay ‘Pisara’t Pangarap’- Pangasinan State University
  • Titus Ira Adayon ‘Kabataan, Karunungan, Kalikasan’- John B. Lacson Memorial Foundation Maritime University- Arevalo.
  • John Cristian Guevarra ‘Sapa’- John B. Lacson Memorial Foundation Maritime University- Arevalo.
  • Jeremiah Digo ‘Untangling the Flag’- Adventist University of the Philippines
  • Reu Dawner Flores ‘Harmony’- Adventist University of the Philippines
Photography Ezra Acayan ‘Eid Mubarak!’- Far Eastern University Manila Romel Dulay ‘Pisara’t Pangarap’- Pangasinan State University Titus Ira Adayon ‘Kabataan, Karunungan, Kalikasan’- John B. Lacson Memorial Foundation Maritime University- Arevalo. John Cristian Guevarra ‘Sapa’- John B. Lacson Memorial Foundation Maritime University- Arevalo. Jeremiah Digo ‘Untangling the Flag’- Adventist University of the Philippines Reu Dawner Flores ‘Harmony’- Adventist University of the Philippines
Photo Courtesy of Faith Dayrit
T-Shirt Design *Grand Prize (3 winners) P 30,000.00 each Semifinalist (15 winners) P 5,000.00 each
  • Rosela Andal ‘Serbisyong Lakbay Tao Lakbay ko, Panata ko’- PUP Lakandayang Cultural Association
  • Celine Anne Magno ‘Peksman Mamatay Man’- Technological University of the Philippines
  • Joshua B. Zerda ‘Panata’- Far Eastern Univesity Manila
Video- making *Grand Prize (3 winners)  P 30,000.00 each
  • Vyankka Pauline Balasabas and Haysonne Garol ‘Para Sa’yo Inay’ -University of Mindanao
  • Hector Calma, Roni Benaid and Denise Gail Tumibay ‘Uling’ - PUP Lakandayang Cultural Association
  • John Henry Pantilanan, Carlo Donadilla and Jose Daniel Domingo Yan ‘Hiram’- Polytechnique University of the Philippines Manila

Vision Petron. Next year would be the 15th year of Vision Petron and this years winner had set the bar higher for the 2015 competition.


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