Paralym Art World Cup 2018 Competition for Artists with Disabilities

April 11, 2019

Winning artworks of Vico Francesco Cham (left) and Carlo Gregorio Veluz (right) to the Paralym Art World Contest 2018
Winning artworks of Vico Francesco Cham (left) and Carlo Gregorio Veluz (right) to the Paralym Art World Contest 2018

The Paralym Art World Cup Organizing Committee recognized the artworks made by persons with autism in the Philippines during the Paralym Art World Contest 2018 in Tokyo, Japan.

The artworks of Victor Francesco C. Cham entitled “Sinulog” and Carlo Gregorio M. Veluz entitled “Roads to the Festival” were given the Top 2 highest scores for the Philippines and were presented in the art exhibition in Tokyo last August 27, 2018.  Both paintings were cited as 2 of the World’s Best Artworks for 2018.

Paralym Art is a first-ever international competition where persons with disabilities around the world can show their artistic talents through arts. The chosen theme for the competition is “Festivals.”  

The Paralym Art World Cup 2018 is a prelude to the much-awaited Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2020 which serves as inspiration for the athletes competing in these sports events.  ###

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