Where do you see yourself?
Where have you been?
Who will you become?
Where are you headed?
Exposed teen art contest presented in cooperation with the Yorba Linda Public Library and the Yorba Linda Arts Alliance. Teen grades 7 through 12 were invited to submit entries expressing this year’s theme,Where I Belong, through writing, art, or graphic arts. These works will be displayed in the Great Room at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum from November 23 to December 6, 2011. The exhibit gala and awards presentation takes place on Tuesday, December 6, 2011 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.
Thank you to all participants and congratulations to the winners.
1st: What the World Could Be, by Rogue Rotkosky
2nd: Me, by Kylee Borger
1st: Who Am I by Caleb Lee
2nd: Defining Diabetes, by Allison Ong
3rd: Unequivocal, by Karen Tsai
1st: Hopeful, by Shannon Dodson
2nd: No Matter the Road, by Alyssa Herington
3rd: Heart Up My Sleeve, by Tiffany Chuang
1st: Tragic Hero, by Morgan Rhodimer
2nd: Summers Here, by Sarah Sommers
3rd: I Have This, and This, and This, by Jessica Van Oyen
1st: The Shakespeare Girl, by Pia Ceres
2nd: Secunda, by Karen Tsai
3rd: As Simple or As Complicated as Discipleship, by Karen Wong
1st: My Fantastic Winter Wonderland Land, by Anika Borger
Best in Show
Bare-Deep End, by Taylor Viramontes
For more information, contact us at 714-983-9120 or Nixon@nara.gov.
You may also follow the link to the Yorba Linda Public Library