The Society for the Performing Arts announced the 25 winners of the 17th Annual Wells Fargo Student Art Contest. Among them are four students from Aldine ISD.
The annual art contest takes inspiration from the education residency program at SPA. The 2014-2015 program was Caravanserai: Malaysia. The program introduced American audiences to exciting and dynamic artists of the Muslim world. It focused on the art and culture of Malaysia.
Historically, a caravanserai is a place where travelers exchanged stories. They also shared music, and culture after a long day’s journey across the desert.
Division A, Grades K-2
1st Place — “Summertime With Mom” by Rubi Sánchez @ Kujawa Elementary School
2nd Place — “Life’s Journey” by Jorge Gutiérrez @ Anderson Academy
Division D, Grades 9-11
2nd Place — “Three-Dimensional Forks” by Gustavo Leal @ Nimitz High School
Honorable Mention — “Dragon’s Den” by ShaNel Robertson @ Nimitz High School
The winning artwork will be on public display in various locations throughout Houston:
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