THREE FINE ARTS major students swept the first places in a class-photo exhibit centered on the “Day in the Life of Dumagueteños” last Feb. 1 at Luce auditorium.
Mirjam Dalire’s “Lover’s Carving” and Stein Maulad’s “Little Market Boy” received P4,000 in cash while another first placer, Shine D. Manso’s “Birthday Party” bagged the “Best Show” award, receiving P6,000.
The exhibit displayed a series of photos from 32 Mass Communication and Fine Arts students enrolled under the Photography class of Ted Padova, faculty member at the College of Performing and Visual Arts.
Second place was given to four students from the College of Mass Communication: “People Inside the Angle” by Leo Lee, “Grace in Frustration” by Gloria Lumayag, “Boulevard Loving People” by Momo Inoma, and “Balut” by Jameela Mendoza.
The third placers were “Kayod” by Soon Yi Jurado, “Borrowed” by Sommer Buyante, “Pagtan- aw” by Margarita De Los Santos and “Impecunious” by Gemma Domen.