August 16, 2014 (10:26 AM)

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Arch. Tee Jay Ian Garcia ponders upon the meaning of the artwork on display. Photo by Regine Recede.

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Among eight entries, the Accountancy Department’s work of art stood out in the Installation Art contest held near Roxas benches during the second day of the celebration of 66th Ateneo College Fiesta. They were followed by the Business and Management Division and then by the School of Engineering and Architecture.

Following the theme “Inang Maria Kasama Natin sa Paglalakbay Tungo sa Pagkakaisa, Kapayapaan, at Kaunlaran ng Mindanao at ng Buong Mundo” , seven participants from each division, composed of fours students, two teachers and one non-teaching staff, utilized recyclable materials to create their masterpieces. This is to highlight the feast of Our Lady of Assumption and the schools environmental advocacy.

The winning artwork from the Accountancy Department showcased a hand calling for unity, peace and development. The intricacy and richness of their entry brought them to the first place.

The Business and Management Division’s 1st runner-up artwork resembled a rose in a vase. It emphasized that despite the diversity in the world, as reflected by pieces of glass in various shapes and sizes forming the vase, it is still possible to attain peace, unity, and development under the guidance of Mother Mary, as reflected by the rose with its roots binding the pieces of glass.

The School of Engineering and Architecture’s 2nd runner-up artwork highlighted Mindanao’s rich natural resources, Mother Mary’s heavenly grace and symbols of prosperity and peace.

The entries were judged base on five criteria namely, relevance to the theme, resourcefulness, originality, aesthetic expression and style.

End the silence of the gagged!

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