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Shell NSAC’s Virtual Art Interact: How young creative minds can ‘restART’ the nation’s future

  The first leg of the Shell National Student Art Competition (NSAC) Virtual Art Interact begins. The workshop harnesses the power of conceptual art, or making good use of readily available materials, to help inspire a generation of artists who can make a difference in the future of the Philippines.  ( Top Left-Right ) : Conrad  Parizal ,  Pilipinas Shell Country Social Performance and Social Investment Manager; Andrei  Pamintuan , Creative Director of  FringeMNL  and Pineapple Lab.  ( Bottom Left-Right ) : Gino  Bueza , NSAC Alumnus and Winner;  Emard   Cañedo , Multimedia Artist.   The resourcefulness and creativity of young artists can be a powerful voice in moving the country forward, as the empowering messages in their pieces can reignite expression, the hope of the people, and the restrengthening of the economy. This was the timely and powerful idea that reverberated during the recent Virtual Art Interaction, now on its second year and held by the long-running Shell National Stud

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