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High School Invitational Art Exhibit

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The Los Medanos College Art Gallery is hosting the Los Medanos College Fifth Invitational High School Student Art Exhibit from March 17 – April 14, 2011. The show is a juried art exhibition is open to all East Contra Costa high school students. It's a grand show this year, so don't miss it!

Congratulations to our winners
Wiomy Sternbergh, Best Painting, Deer Valley High School
Sydnie Sherman, Best Mixed Media, Freedom High School
Amanda Wallach, Best Ceramics, Deer Valley High School
Michelle Baker, Best Drawing, Freedom High School
Christian Villa, Best Photography, Pittsburg High School

John Paul Salve
, Jurors Award, Freedom High School
Calire Joseph, Jurors Award, Freedom High School
Gabe Tulchinsky, Jurors Award, Freedom High School

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