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A Grander National Digital Arts Awards is Set on 2014

National Digital Arts Awards 2014 SoonGlobaltronics is preparing for a grander National Digital Arts Awards in 2014.  The year 2013 is about to end and the National Digital Arts Awards 2013 just concluded a few months ago, in September, to be exact. But it seems that the Philippines’ leader on digital signage advertising is making sure that next year’s event will be even better than the first.

The National Digital Arts Awards (NDAA), considered as the biggest award-giving body that seeks to recognize the top digital artists in the country, was launched November 15, 2012. Digital artists and enthusiasts from all over the country were invited to join and work with the theme “Fast Forward Pilipinas”. Industry experts and professionals judged the entries and the winners were recognized on September 20, 2013.

National Digital Arts Awards 2013 Judges The winners of the first-ever National Digital Arts Awards were awarded with cash prizes totaling Php3 Million. National Digital Arts Awards 2013 Winners - Motion Graphics Category Check out some of the winning entries for your appreciation.

Professional Motion Graphics Category

Amateur Motion Graphics Category

Professional Print CategoryNational Digital Arts Awards 2013 1st Place Winner Professional Print Category Kultura ng Pinas by Vincent Rhafael Aseo Amateur Print CategoryNational Digital Arts Awards 2013 1st Place Winner Amateur Print Category Crossword Adobo by Maria Cathlea Rosas

The day of the awarding was also a celebration of Filipino musicality as Gloc-9, Ebe Dancel, Up Dharma Down and General Luna performed at the Mall of Asia Music Hall. National Digital Arts Awards 2013 - Fast Forward Filipinas If the NDAA 2013 is an indication, expect a grander National Digital Arts Awards in 2014. If you have the skills and talent in digital art, this is the opportunity to showcase your craft. Watch out for the NDAA 2014.

Get updates about the National Digital Arts Awards 2014 by visiting the NDAA website and also connecting with their social media accounts on Facebook and Twitter.

Note: The videos and images on this post were taken from the National Digital Arts Awards website and Facebook Page.

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