51st NSAC calls for entries

The 51st National Students Art Competition or NSAC, Shell petroleum’s highly-anticipated student art contest, is looking for young artists who can offer their unique take on the future. 

51st NSAC calls for entries
This year's Shell NSAC looks for student-artists with a unique take on the future.
With the theme “Perspective,” NSAC encourages today’s new breed of artist-visionaries to create masterpieces that showcase the future of the arts or to illustrate magnificent future sustainable cities. 

The theme also provides an opportunity for student-artists to inspire families to shoot for quality of life amidst rapid development, to urge inventors to rise up to the energy challenge, and to open the eyes of the nation to help amidst environmental change. 

“Through this year’s NSAC, we continue to discover young artistic talents whose art pieces not only promote our nation’s art and culture but also inspire a bright perspective of the future,” says Sankie Simbulan, Pilipinas Shell social performance and social investment manager. 

“We are excited to see how our young student artists paint and create their picture of tomorrow.” 

The Shell NSAC is open to all college students enrolled with at least 12 units in a recognized Philippine school in the school year 2018-2019. Participants can submit a maximum of two entries only in the following categories: oil/acrylic, watercolor, sculpture, and digital fine arts (print). 

Grand prize winners across all categories will each be awarded P60,000 cash prize, while second and third prize winners will receive P40,000 and P30,000, respectively.

Metro Manila-based participants can submit their entries on Oct. 4, 5, and 6 at the Shell House, 156 Valero Street, Salcedo Village, Makati City.

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Topics: 51st National Students Art Competition , Sankie Simbulan , Pilipinas Shell

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