School Visit

Jonathan Villalobos of University of Baguio has won his second grandprize win in the T-shirt Art Category of #VisionPetron. We visited University of Baguio last April 24 to encourage other engineering and architecture students that if Villalobos can win so can they. Special thanks to the Program Head Ar. Ryan Benaoe of Architecture for facilitating our promotion.

Last April 24, Prof. Czarina Caliwanagan invited us to her class to promote Vision Petron at the College of Arts and Communications in University of the Philippines in Baguio City. Through the years UP Baguio has won in four categories namely painting, photography, video-making and music categories of our competition.

Through our photography winner last 2015, Ferdianne Bermudo, #VisionPetron was invited to visit Bataan Peninsula State University (BPSU) in Balanga, Bataan last April 25 to promote Tuklas Kutura among photographers from student publications from six BPSU campuses all over Bataan.

Tarlac State University holds the most number of grandprize winners, with nine including two from last year. TSU is also one of our longest supporters through the years. Present during our visit last April 25 were Prof. Willy Dungca Program Head for Fine Arts, Hall of Famer and Professor Judeo Herrera, and Prof. Jenifer Tadeo-Bernardo. #VisionPetron 17 grandprize winners Kenneth Garcia and Christian Aaron Bondoc gave a talk to inspire their fellow students.

With more than a hundred entries, St. Louis University of Baguio City was among the biggest supporters during last year’s #VisionPetron. Ar. Joan Tuazon Colcol and Ar. Mei-ann Cayabyab Patano together with their architecture students welcomed us last April 24 as they continue to pledge their support to our eagerly awaited national student art contest.

Vision Petron visited Bulacan State University (BSU) College of Architecture and Fine Arts last April 20, 2018. We were greeted by Prof. Belit Enriquez, Prof. Lawrence Cervantes, and our hall of famer Don Bryan Bunag. With us too were #VisionPetron 2017 Runner-Up Lymuel Bautista and Semifinalist Steven Nadal.

We take our vision to fuel creativity seriously. Last April 7, Vision Petron visited the Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation (FPPF) – the country’s biggest and oldest photography workshop for serious hobbyists and would-be professional photographers in Intramuros, Manila.

#VisionPetron continued to fuel creativity at Bonifacio Hall in PUP Manila last April 3, 2018. We were accompanied by James Ona who won back-to-back in our Photography Category way back 2006 and 2007. Thank you, PUP Creative Media Services for allowing us to visit you again. Special thanks to Director Kristine Viray of the Communications Management Office for assisting us in gathering the students.

Thank you, De La Salle – College of St. Benilde School of Arts and Design students, for the warm welcome given to the #VisionPetron team last April 5. We hope to see you again during the submission of entries! Special thanks to Associate Dean Sunita Mukhi, Department Chair Tim Dacanay, Program Chair Francis Tady, and Faculty members Abe Orobia, Vincent Padilla, and Carlito Amalla.

You do not forget your firsts. Our first winner back in 2001, Robert Besana, is now Executive Director of the School of Multimedia Arts at the Asia Pacific College. Thank you, students, for the warm welcome given to the #VisionPetron team last March 15. We also missed you Kathleen Rae Gonzales, Hall of Famer for Video-making.

Thank you AUP Cavite students for the warm welcome given to the #VisionPetron team last March 15. We hope to see you again during the submission of entries! Special thanks to Department Heads Reuben Pagaduan of Tradigital Arts & Sheryl De Dios of Music and former grand prize winner Lorebert Comision for inspiring his fellow students to join.

Thank you TIP students for the warm welcome given to the #VisionPetron team last March 9. We hope to see you again during the submission of entries! Special thanks to Ar. Lawrence Dolores II.

Thank you FEU students for the warm welcome given to the #VisionPetron team last March 9. We hope to see you again during the submission of entries! Special thanks to Prof. Manny Biloso for inviting us.

Thank you EARIST students for the warm welcome given to the #VisionPetron team last March 7. We hope to see you again during the submission of entries! Special thanks to Dean Louie Perreira.

Thank you TUP students for the warm welcome given to the #VisionPetron team last March 7. We hope to see you again during the submission of entries! Special thanks to Dean Almina Tengco and Prof. Ferdinand Doctolero.

Thank you UST students for the warm welcome given to the #VisionPetron team last March 7. We hope to see you again during the submission of entries! Special thanks to Dean Christie Que, Prof. Mailah Balde, Prof. Bong Ducat, Prof. Danny Santiago and Prof. Thomas Dacquioag.

TUKLAS KULTURA (REDISCOVERING CULTURE)

What is Kultura or culture? It is everything that makes us unique as a people. It’s our way of life – how we live, what we do, make, think and value in order for us to survive in our inherited natural surroundings.
 
It is our customs, traditions, ordinary behavior, habits, attitude towards each other, moral and religious beliefs and how they manifest in our everyday life that make us proudly declare, “We are Filipinos.”
 
 

2017 Vision Petron Judging

2017 Theme: Tuklas Kagalingan. Rediscovering Filipino Ingenuity.

This year, we celebrate a unique strength—the ingenuity of the Filipino—that captures the spirit of innovation and creativity, rooted from our natural resourcefulness.

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Fuel Creativity (Celebrating 17 Years of Vision Petron National Student Art Competition)

Schedule for pick-up of non-winning entries

Vision Petron T-shirt Art Design Category 2017 Judging

Vision Petron Video-Making Category 2017 Judges

Vision Petron Photography Category 2017 Judges

Last Day of Submission (2017)

In 2021, the Philippines will celebrate 500 years from the time it was discovered in 1521 by Spain. In this regard we are proposing themes that would look back to what makes us unique    Watch out for the new TUKLAS theme for 2018.