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Student Art Show


We have artists. We have artists who win awards. We have Elizabeth Newcomb's Iguana (box #3), that won the the Three Dimensional Art Best of Category award.

Other winners include:

Debbie Gonzalez, Photograph
David L. Romero, Painting
Charles Curiel, Drawing
Austin Mortimore, Digital Design
Minchu (Tracy) Wen, Graphic Design
and the Jurors Award for Angel Mendez's drawing, Princess

Comments

Tracy said…
"Beautiful Losers" is a documentary about rising artists. Is anyone interested in going to this film? Check out the trailer:

http://beautifullosers.com/index.html
Tracy said…
I found it was hard for me to sit through this documentary "Beautiful Losers." I read about the story and watched the trailer, so the movie didn't surprise me and then it became boring. But it indeed made me want to go home and make art. I think he trailer is much better than the film itself.

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