2019 California Streaming Digital Photography Contest Winners Announced! Check out the winners below as well as a link to their entries.
Protest Art and Music
Click on this link to see digital art in the style of Barbara Krueger, or original art, or a video that provides context for a protest song, or an original song.
15-second Vocabulary Videos
Click on the image below to watch the class videos.
After studying the basics of photographic composition, the students were tasked with taking photos on their walking field trip of downtown LA. Check out the highlights with their compositional explanations by clicking on the images below.
Congratulations to the student winners of the statewide photography contest: CALIFORNIA STREAMING: INVESTIGATION
Click on the image below to go to the website to see the winners...be sure to filter by Honorable Mention and check all of the pages!
NATIONAL WINNERS FROM KING'S ARTS AND TECH MAGNET!
8th-graders Shuli Wong and Janci Zelaya were honored with national accolades from the prestigious Scholastic Art and Writing Contest. Shuli won a Silver Key for her photography while Janci won a Gold Key for her personal memoir writing.
Congrats to Janci Zelaya!
The Lions Club’s sponsored entry created by Janci Zelaya has been chosen as a merit award winner in the 30th Annual Lions International Peace Poster Contest. Approximately 600,000 children from 60 countries participated in this year’s Peace Poster Contest. The posters were judged at club, district and multiple district levels before reaching the international level, at which point they had been narrowed down to 123 posters. Based on creativity, originality and portrayal of the theme, “The Future of Peace,” your club’s entry was chosen as one of 23 merit award winners. As such, Janci Zelaya will receive US$500 and a certificate of merit. The 23 merit award winners are from Brazil, China, Cyprus, England, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Philippines, Romania, Thailand and the United States (California, Hawaii, Nevada, North Carolina, and Oregon). The grand prize winner will be announced at Lions Day with the United Nations in New York City on Saturday, March 24. Information about the grand prize winner will be posted on the Peace Poster section of the LCI website shortly thereafter.