Easier for judges to pick winner of creative art contest


  • Nation
  • Thursday, 01 Jun 2006

PETALING JAYA: Unlike previous competitions, judges for this year’s Creative Media Award found it easier to choose a winner for Category B of the art competition. 

This time around, contestants had to design a perfect partner for Lightning McQueen, the main character in Disney/ Pixar’s latest animation flick Cars in conjunction with its release on June 8. 

“Judging was easier this year as the subject matter was simple and straightforward,” said Seamus Tan, The One Academy’s advertising and graphic design department head. 

There were 54 entries this year for category B of the competition. 

The winner in category B will receive a return air ticket for a four-day three-night trip to Hong Kong, which includes a tour to Disneyland, an Epson Stylus Photo 935 inkjet printer, Epson Perfection P3170 photo scanner, a certificate of excellence and a trophy. 

Second and third-prize winners will receive Epson inkjet printers, photo scanners and certificates of excellence. The second-prize winner will also receive limited edition “Cars” premium. 

Ten consolation prize winners will receive limited edition “Cars” premium as well  

as certificates of excellence. Full results will be out on Saturday. 

Participants of category A of the Creative Media Award will be required to put their ideas on paper in front of a panel of judges on June 10 at The One Academy. 

The Creative Media Award, previously known as the New Media Award, is organised annually by The Star, The One Academy and Buena Vista Columbia Tristar (M) Sdn Bhd. 

It is sponsored by Epson Malaysia and supported by the Multimedia Development Corporation.  

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