Manila Art Sesh at SM City San Lazaro

Last July 8, 2017, SM City San Lazaro had an event pertaining to Arts entitled Manila Art Sesh. It is a friendly competition between art major students from different schools Adamson University,Bataan Peninsula State University, Bulacan State University , Cavite State University, Indang, Cavite ,De salle University- Dasmariñas ,Manuel L. Quezon University, Quezon City, Mapua University
National University , Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila , Rizal Technological University , Technological University of the Philippines - Manila, University of the East- Caloocan , University of Saint Louis, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan.


The theme of this Intercollegiate Pop Art Mural Challenge is the Philippine Structures that have brought pride and progress to the Filipino Nation. Each team was provided with a slot of 8x6ft panel section on the maze provided by SM. They are all provided paints from Boysen Paint Philippines to add color to their sketches.



Of course in every competition there will be a set of judges to help the organizers to pick the winners. The first Judge is Ms. Abe Luna Orobia, son of Maestro Orobia, a well known painter and great Grandson of Juan Luna. He has conducted several art workshops in Ayala Museums and other art institutions and has received several awards in UN Development awards, ASEAN Children and featured as Solar Daybreak Artist of the week.Next judge is Mr. Gelo Magno, an assistant executive director of School of Multimedia Arts in Asia Pacific College, the Vice President of the Association of Pinoy Print Makers and he is also the Production Designer and Stylist of GMA 7's Dapat Tama. Last Judge is Architect Cesar Aljambra, he is from United Architect of the Philippines.

I'm with my co-blogger Rich Raymond Bautista, during the event. We arrived early and the registration for the contestants are on-going. So we decided to have a break and do some window shopping at SM San Lazarro. After that we go back to the event center and then contestants are now sketching their canvass. Here are some of the photos we gathered.



The emcee announced that the contestants can now start to give some life to their sketches using Boysen Philippines Paints. They are known to have a wide variety of colors. Boysen has also proven itself as the industry leader in product innovation with its constant development of new products to suit specific market needs, especially in environmentally friendly paints.


While the contestants are busy painting their art works, speakers do share some of their learning to the audience.



After hours of hard-works the final judgement comes. Here are some of the Murals from the contestants and a list of the winners.










Congratulations to all of the winners especially to Bulacan State University
Manila Art Sesh paintings are still up I think until July 28, 2017. So grab a chance to see all beautiful paintings.


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