WINNERS OF 2019 PEACE OF ART

Congratulations to the winners of the recently concluded Peace of Art 2019 held last February 20, 2019 at the Evia Lifestyle Center, Daang Hari, Las Pinas City.

Grade School Category:
1st Place – Joseph Benedict Soreda, Grade 6 – Father Donato Giannotti Foundation
2nd Place – Vanessa Presbitero, Grade 6 – San Beda College

3rd Place – Maria Alfonsine Compas, Grade 6C – De La Salle Zobel

High School, DLSZ Category:
1st Place – Vito Manasca, Grade 11M – De La Salle Zobel Vermosa
2nd Place – Jamielyn Avedano, Grade 12C – DLSZ Br. Rafael Donato FSC Night High School

3rd Place – Christine Joy Cagatin, Grade 10C – DLSZ Br. Rafael Donato FSC Night High School

 

High School, Non-DLSZ Category:
1st Place – Victoria Cristina Dimaunahan, Grade 11 – Manresa School
2nd Place – Steven Emmanuel Serano, Grade 12 – Manresa School

3rd Place – Ma. Ysabel Bondoc, Grade 11 – Manresa School

 

Thank you to our panel of judges and contest master:
Mr. Ernilo Germino, 1st Prize, Metrobank YPA National Painting Competition (1999)
Mr. Jojit Gutierrez Begino, Winner, Muntinlupa City Painting Competition (2018)
Ms. Andy Navarro, Marketing Executive, Evia Lifestyle Center

Mr. Thomas Daquioag, Grand Prize Winner, GSIS National Art Competition (2013)

DLSZ’s Peace of Art contest and workshops is a yearly event that promotes visual arts, fellowship and peace among the youth. Participating schools this year include: Father Donato Giannotti Foundation, Manresa School, Mary Immaculate Parish Parochial School, Our Lady of the Abandoned Parochial School, San Beda College and Servite School.

Joseph Benedict Soredo (second from right) holds his winning piece under the Grade School category.

Joseph Benedict Soredo (second from right) holds his winning piece under the Grade School category.

 

The High School (non-DLSZ) category winner, Victoria Cristina Dimaunahan (third from right), receives her award.

The High School (non-DLSZ) category winner, Victoria Cristina Dimaunahan (third from right), receives her award.

 

Vito Manasca (middle) bags Gold under the High School (DLSZ) category.

Vito Manasca (middle) wins in the High School (DLSZ) category.