Two Students from West California Academy of Art and Design Won 1st Place Award in the 21st LA Web Children’s Drawing Contest
36 students from West California Academy of Art and Design won awards in the 2018 LA Web Children’s Drawing Contest. Wenyue Cui, 8 years old, and Alisa Chang, 10 years old, won the 1st Place of Little Doggie Group and Little Panther Group respectively.
Two students from West California Academy of Art and Design won 2nd Place: Cadence Chan--Little Cat Group and Nick Li--Little Panther Group. One student won 3rd Place: Aaron Liu-Little Doggie Group.
31 students won Excellence Award including Little Cat Group: Kaylie Lin, Henry Cheng, Grace Li, Aislyn Liu, Victoria Wang, Porsche Shieh; Little Doggie Group: Karly Lai, Helen Xu, Felicia He, Alex Ho, Isabella Sun, Cindy Choi, Angel Ao, Christopher Chan, Claire Yang, William Wu, Julian Zhao, Braden Guo, Abbriana Guan; Little Panda Group: Genesis Guo, Alissa Phuong, Alex Tang, Chloe Liang, Eric Chang, Elsa Jiang, Melanie Zhang, Jenna Vuong, Venita Ye; Little Panther Group: Nikki Yamamoto, Ashley Zhou, Jadey Chen.
The L.A. Web Children’s Drawing Contest, the largest and most prestigious event of its kind for kids ages 3 to 16 years old in California, has been held for 21 years and attracts thousands of children to participate each year. This year’s theme is “World of Love”.
For every age category, the top three (first-place, second-place and third-place) winners receive a trophy, a certificate, a mounting frame and special gifts. Excellence Award winners receive a trophy and a certificate. All other contestants who are not selected for an award also receive a certificate of recognition.
“We encourage our students to participate in this art contest every year,” Lei Wang, the principal of West California Academy of Art and Design said, “this is a very good opportunity for children to express unlimited imagination through the broad subject so that we could understand the beautiful and colorful world of children of different ages.”
The winning artworks will be framed and exhibited at L.A. Web Culture Center and the Museums.