MSU Winners at Vision Petron National Student Art Competition 2017
It's top prizes and the final lists for the students of Creative Video & Photography and Graphic Design from Management and Science University (MSU)
Management and Science University (MSU) students of Creative Video & Photography and of Graphic Design were among the top winners of the 2017 Vision Petron National Student Art Competition announced in Kuala Lumpur recently.
Bagging the top prizes in the Photography category for their entries titled “Sovereignty” and “Virtual Reality of Skateboarding” are Praveen s/o K.R. Prushothamman and Mohamad Zulhizami Mohd Ariffin. One consolation prize in this category went to Mohan Shree s/o Kanan for his “Enguinitys of Youth”, whilst “Anak Malaysia” by Nurul Arisha Abdul Halim earned her a place on the Finalists list.
In the Videography category, also making the final cut is “My Youth” by Muhammad Afiq Rusdy and Mohd Amiruldin Adzhar. Joning them is “Still Young”, produced by Muhammad Afiq Rusdy with Muhammad Fitri Mohd Amin and Muhammad Abidin Mokhtar.
The Vision Petron National Student Art Competition offers three top prizes and three consolation prizes across three categories. Its 2017 edition attracted more than a thousand participations from 20 institutions of higher education nationwide. Against its “Rediscovering Ingenuity of Youth” theme this year, the art competition seeks to channel youthful ingenuity into social betterment, envisioning the inspiration, creativity, and inventiveness behind local youth artistry as instruments of change promoting national unity and identity. It seems a vision winningly accomplished, judging from the entries.
The Management and Science University (MSU) programmes of study in Creative Video & Photography and Graphic Design are offered through the Department of Media Science and Graphic (MSG) at the Faculty of Information Sciences and Engineering (FISE).
Entries from Management and Science University (MSU) to the 2017 Vision Petron National Student Art Competition comprised the works of students on the Bachelor in Creative Video and Photography (BCVP), Bachelor in Graphic Design (BGD), and Diploma in Graphic Design (DGD) programmes.