Doodle Art Competition dubbed “Doodle Boggle”

Doodle Bogle

Doodle competition invite

Medium Rare Customized Tee announced that its very first Doodle Art Competition dubbed “Doodle Boggle” is now posted and ready to view online. 

The organizer chose the Doodle as the art form of their competition because of its growing number of enthusiasts in the Philippines. Doodle Art is defined by The Doodle Revolution as “revolutionary” to intentionally track auditory or text-based content and translate them into words and pictures; to generate both text- and picture-based language to clarify and communicate concepts; and to craft and display complex information using a union of words and pictures.

Presented by Titus, Wacom, MyPhone, the Doodle Boggle, the Doodle Art Competition gives opportunity to all Filipinos to demonstrate their skills in Doodle Art, as well as to widen the public’s understanding and appreciation of the art. The event is sponsored by Trolli, In-Tune Pro Music, Araneta Center and Paylesser Shop.

The On-the-Spot Doodle Art Competition will be held on March 31, 2013, Easter Sunday at the 2nd Level of historic Ali Mall in Araneta Center. Top 10 doodle art pieces will be determined and judged after the contest proper. These art pieces will be uploaded in their website and facebook fan page through which the public can help decide through the most likes and shares. The winner will receive amazing prizes including MyPhone, MyPad II, Wacom Tablet and Titus products. An additional Wacom Inkling will be awarded to the grand winner.

To date, the organizer has already received 50 registrants all over the metro, ready to be judged for this art competition.

Medium Rare Customized Tee is an online business whose mission is to support artistic endeavors through prizes and recognition. Our goal is to help emerging and established artists gain recognition, web presence and success. For more information, visit Medium Rare Tee facebook fanpage for more details.

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For more information, please call Carmela G. Vasquez at 0922.8306265

Mural Competition at Aurora Province

Aurora Province Philippines Mural Competition Poster

 

Dimalangat Art Society will hold their first Mural art Competion at Aurora Province. On december 16 -22 2011 , registration starts on December 1 – 14 , 2011, This competition is open to artist 15 years old and above. See the poster above for more info.

Philippine Art Awards launches 2011 visual arts competition

Philippine Art Awards launches 2011 visual arts competition

Manila, Philippines – The much-awaited visual arts competition is now officially on. Philippine Art Awards (PAA), the only two-tiered arts competition in the country today, shall hold its regional selection this year for Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao and Metro Manila, and shall award 10 winners from each of these regions, all of whom will receive P40,000 each. Next year, all these 40 regional winners will compete for the National component and vie for a grand prize and seven Jurors Choice awards to win a larger pool of cash prizes. The competition will accept multi-dimensional artworks, not just paintings, as it had expanded the entry categories in its last regional competition in 2009……….

Check more at The Philippine Star

(From The Philippine Star) Updated April 18, 2011

Metrobank Art and Design Excellence Sneak Peek open to the public

Metrobank Art and Design Excellence Sneak Peek open to the public

See an outburst of fresh talent, discover the thoughts and concerns of todays young artists and learn how sustainable designs can create stylish homes at the 2010 Metrobank Art and Design Excellence (MADE) Sneak Peek on June 4 and 5, from 9 am to 6 pm at the Manila Doctors College, Diosdado Macapagal Blvd., Metropolitan Park, Pasay City.

Over 300 artworks from all over the country will be put on display. These include semi-finalists in the painting (both in oil-based medium on canvas and water media on paper categories) and sculpture competitions, as well as the entries in architecture and interior design competitions. This year, MADE received a total of 302 entries for the painting and sculpture competitions.

The pieces offer a peek into the creative prowess and sensibilities of todays promising visual artists, while the design boards of the architecture and interior design competition entries illustrate that sustainability does not compromise functionality and style.

The Sneak Peek is open to the public and admission is free.

Beyond being mere spectators, visitors will also get to participate in the competition by giving their comments on the art works  the style, rendering and the medium used, among others. This is to ensure that the entries are original works and that they comply with the rules of the competition, which state that the entries should have not been submitted in any other competition, have not been included in any exhibit, and have not received any award from national and international competition.

Through the Sneak Peek, we engage the art community and the general public in the conduct of the MADE competition, said Metrobank Foundation president Aniceto Chito Sobrepea. Soliciting their comments on the entries that we have received somehow ensures that the entries abide to the rules of the competition, thereby adding credibility to MADE, he furthered.

Now on its 26th year, MADE is an annual competition which aims to recognize budding artists in the fields of painting, sculpture, architecture and interior design, as well as to launch and enhance their careers. The pioneering art competition of the Metrobank Foundation which started in 1984, MADE lists the names of now established up-and-coming masters such as Bobby Feleo, Elmer Borlongan, Mark Justiniani, Duddley Diaz, Dan Raralio, Noell El Farol, Alfredo Esquillo, Jr., and Gabby Barredo, and promising architects and designers such as Architects Noel Tan, Michael Pea, Jericho Adriano, and John David OYek and Interior Designers Marybeth Tabaquin, Jasmine Oyek Sy, Wilhelmina Garcia, April Frigillana and Karina Diana Cortez in its roster of winners.

Metrobank Art and Design Excellence (MADE)

METROBANK FOUNDATION ART COMPETITION NOW ON

Metrobank Foundation, Inc. is inviting all talented and aspiring painters and sculptors to join the 2010 Metrobank Art and Design Excellence (MADE) National Competition, open to artists 18 to 35 years old.   Now on its 26th year, MADE continues to recognize excellence among the country’s pool of young and talented painters and sculptors.

Mr. Aniceto Sobrepeña, President of the Metrobank Foundation, Inc., said that “MADE carries on its commitment to provide a venue for Filipino talents to strive for excellence, to engage the arts and design community to social responsibility, and to empower artists and designers to pursue their aspirations.”

Entries to the open theme Painting Competition should either be acrylic or oil paint on canvas or watermedia on paper.  Paintings should not be smaller than 18 x 24 inches and should not exceed 36 x 48 inches, exclusive of frame.

Sculptors may submit their masterpieces not exceeding 40 kilos in weight and a volumetric size of 4,096 inches, excluding base. Base size should not exceed 2 inches in width.  The sculpture competition is also open theme and entries may consist of one or a combination of resin, fiberglass, glass, metal, wood, stone (concrete), or fired clay (terracotta or stoneware).

Deadline for submission of entries for NCR and nearby Luzon participants is on May 7 and 8 at the Metrobank Foundation Office located at the 15th floor Metrobank Plaza, Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, Makati City.  Provincial participants may submit their entries to the nearest Metrobank branch in their respective areas on or before May 4. Interested parties can call the Metrobank Foundation at 898.8856 for more information. Entry forms are available in select Metrobank branches or download at www.MBfoundation.org.ph.

Winners will receive a cash prize of Php 200,000 for the grand prize, Php 170,000 for the second prize, and Php 150,000 for the third and special prize, as well as the recognition bestowed for the exemplary display of artistic talent, and intellect.

MADE is an annual competition which aims to recognize budding artists in the fields of painting, sculpture, architecture and interior design, as well as to launch and enhance their careers. The pioneering art competition of the Metrobank Foundation which started in 1984, MADE lists the names of now established up-and-coming masters such as Bobby Feleo, Elmer Borlongan, Mark Justiniani, Ferdinand Doctolero, Alwin Reamillo, No?ll El Farrol, and Gabby Barredo in its roster of winners. MADE celebrated its 25th anniversary last year with the theme “Celebrating creativity.”