2017 Paint the Future Art Contest is held by Chinese Institute of Engineers-SoCal to celebrate 100 years of scientific innovation and technological achievements by the Chinese engineers.
Students from West California Academy of Art and Design sweep the top 4 awards--
Andrea Lo and Angelina Liu share $200 scholarship for Age Group 10-12;
Eric Song Won $200 scholarship for Age Group 7-9;
Ethan Chen Won $200 scholarship for Age Group 6 and under;
The other 23 students won Honorable Awards: Nikki Yamamoto, Andy Liu, Olivia Maresca, Sophie Du, Charlie Li, Catherine Pei, Colraine Ding, Lauren Lu, George Lu, Julia Hou, Joe Huang, Alyssa Phuong, Derek Zhao, Allison Gao, Kayden Lam, Eunic Yang, Karly Lai, Angela Wang, Jadey Chen, Cadence Chan, Cody Li, Aiden Chow, Ethan Lam.
9 Students from W. California Academy of Art and Design Won 2017 “My Super Idol’ Drawing Contest
Theme: My Super Idol
Jerry Li: 1st Place
Bohan Feng: 1st Place
Nikki Yamamoto: 2nd Place
Hayden Liang: 2nd Place
Stella Fang: 3rd Place
Ethan Guo: 3rd Place
Tina Yang: 3rd Place
Sophia Wang: 3rd Place
Hannah Yung: 3rd Place
14 Students from West California Academy of Art and Design Won 2017 Mother’s Day Greeting Card Design Contest
Organizer： World Journal (New York)
Theme: A Day of My Mom
Awards and Prizes：
Each Age Group has:
1st Place（1）：US $300
2nd Place（1）：US $200
3rd Place（1）：US $120
Excellence Award（6）：US $50
Jonah Peng 1st Place, Age Group 4-8
Yolanda Wang 2nd Place, Age Group 4-8
Jason Liu 2nd Place Age Group 9-13
Yuqian Ma 3rd Place Age Group 9-13
Weixi Liu Excellence Award Age Group 4-8
Annika Lin Excellence Award Age Group 4-8
Elvis Pan Excellence Award Age Group 4-8
Sophia You Excellence Award Age Group 4-8
Jessie Cao Excellence Award Age Group 4-8
Jessica Sun Excellence Award Age Group 4-8
Anthony Zhong Excellence Award Age Group 9-13
Evanna Wong Excellence Award Age Group 9-13
Irene Xue Excellence Award Age Group 9-13
Jessalyn Wang Excellence Award Age Group 9-13
June 19th, 2017----August 25th, 2017, 10 weeks
Monday through Friday 8:00am--6:00pm
The prestigious West California Academy of Art and Design now provides an intensified art training program for 2017 summer with a discount up to 50% off!
Four Category Groups Available
The syllabus of the intensive training program follows the Academy’s standard core curriculum.
The children’s age group (4-7 yrs.) focuses on creativity and hands-on experience. Courses include Creative Drawing, Paper Art, Clay, Printmaking, T-shirt Design, Figural, Abstract Art, Recycle Arts, Sketch&Imagination, Cartoon Drawing, Storyboard, Contour Drawing, Collage.
The junior age group (8-11 yrs.) focuses on experimentation and material and skill development. Courses include Creative Drawing, Digital Art, Charcoal, Collage, Oil Pastel, Sculpture, Cartoon Drawing, Transitional Art, Sketch&Imagination, Printmaking, Abstract Art, Graphic Design, Water Color, Fashion Design, Product Design, Character Design, Arts and Craft, Sketching, Contour Drawing, Pointillism, Paper Art, Storyboard.
The senior age group (12-18+ yrs.) targets General and Advanced Art, Design and Digital classes, include Oil Painting, 3D Animation, Transportation Design, Sculpture, Fashion Design, Graphic Design, Illustration, Life Drawing, Charcoal, Sketching, Fine art, etc.
Portfolio Preparation classes are available for art college and high school applicants focuses on creative portfolio for supplemental, high school, college or college transfer.
Various art practice experiences including Artistic Appreciation and
Art-themed Field Trip.
Student from West California Academy of Art and Design Won Doodle4Google California State 1st Place
Eric Chang, 7 years old, won California State 1st Place in the national Doodle4Google contest.
Doodle4Google is an annual contest open to students in grades K-12. Students are invited to create their own Google doodle for the chance to have it featured on the Google homepage. 2016’s theme is “What I see for the future."
Under the Sea
It would be a colorful world under the blue sea: High rise buildings, cars, boys and girls coexist with submarines and a variety of living sea creatures. What a dynamic and beautiful scene I can imagine, it would be our ideal playground for me in the future.
From crayons to clay, graphic design, or even food, young artists can utilize any materials to bring their creation to life. Like all Google Doodles, each doodle must incorporate the letters G-o-o-g-l-e.
The National Winner will have his or her doodle featured on the U.S. Google.com homepage for one day. He or she will receive: A $30,000 college scholarship；A $50,000 Google for Education grant for his or her school；A trip to the Google Headquarters in California to meet the Google Doodlers, and the opportunity to nominate a teacher to come on the trip；A Chromebook；An Android table.
The four National Finalists who do not become the National Winner will have their doodles featured in the Doodle 4 Google gallery. Each National Finalist will receive: A $5,000 college scholarship；A trip to the Google Headquarters in California to meet the Google Doodlers；An Android tablet.
The 48 State and Territory winners who do not become National Finalists will have their doodles included in the Doodle 4 Google gallery. Each State and Territory Winner will receive An Android tablet.