5 Awards for Kagay-anon Students at SCIA Young Artists and Authors Showcase 2022

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Five high school students representing the city of Cagayan de Oro won prizes at the SCIA Young Artists and Authors Showcase 2022, an art competition that encourages young people around the world to express the mission of Sister Cities International through original works of art , literature, poetry, photography and music. (Contributed)

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FIVE high school students representing the city of Cagayan de Oro won prizes at the SCIA Young Artists and Authors Showcase 2022, an art competition that encouraged young people around the world to express the mission of Sister Cities International through artistic works. original art, literature, poetry, photography and music.

The SCIA Young Artists and Authors Showcase 2022, held in March 2022, brought together sister cities from member cities of the Sister Cities International Association (SCIA) in the United States.

The submissions were centered on the theme “Generation Rescue: Sustainable Water for All”.

They were judged on the basis of originality, composition and interpretation of the theme.

A total of 194 high school students from public and private schools participated in the said art competition.

Cagayan de Oro was sponsored by its sister city, Norfolk of Virginia, USA. The city submitted the works of 30 finalists representing the six categories of the competition, namely: music, poetry, photography, digital art and classical art.

Cagayan de Oro won five out of six categories, one of which was Philippines Southfield School’s Jahn Kharmelo Navales entry, “Ever Changing 3”, which won the Music Showcase grand prize.

The other winners of Cagayan de Oro are Mitzel Claire Chan of the Oro Christian Grace School, the second winner of the essay showcase (authors); Carl Justin Tocle of Gusa Regional Science High School, third winner of the Photography Showcase; Zsarlette Alanne Cabana of Xavier University Senior High School, third place in the Digital Art Showcase; and Zarlie Leoane Niez of Lumbia National High School, third winner of the Classic Art Showcase.

The grand prize winner in the music category, Navales, received $1,000. Second place winner Chan received $250, while third place winners Tocle, Cabana and Niez received cash prizes of $100 each.

The 2022 SCIA Young Artists and Authors Showcase Awards Ceremony was held online on August 12.

The cash prizes were presented to the winners on Friday, October 14, at the city mayor’s office, in the presence of ORO-TIPC director John Asuncion and consultant Eileen San Juan.

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