Twelve Fontana Unified School District students are getting honored for their inventive talent and resourceful vision for the duration of the once-a-year Young Artists’ Gallery reception, which was scheduled to be held nearly on April 20.
Students from Fontana A.B. Miller, Fontana, Jurupa Hills and Summit high educational facilities earned awards and honorable mentions for their visual artwork entries, which had been established for the duration of remote mastering and invoked emotion and creativity throughout a range of media.
“The arts are a worthwhile cornerstone of a nicely-rounded schooling, and we are happy to have robust arts applications in Fontana Unified that encourage pupils to investigate their creativeness,” FUSD Superintendent Randal S. Bassett mentioned. “Congratulations to our college students on this effectively-deserved celebration of their expertise.”
College students from middle and significant faculties across San Bernardino County submitted practically 180 items this year, which are on digital display.
Artwork was submitted in 10 visible arts classes — comic art, ceramics and glass, electronic artwork, drawing, movie and animation, blended media, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture — and judged by a panel of specialist artists and visual arts educators on originality, complex talent and own eyesight.
Youthful Artists’ Gallery is section of the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools’ Arts Education and learning Initiative, offered in partnership with the California Arts Job.
FUSD honorees are:
— Very first Spot
• Movie and animation: Summit senior Aidan Bridwell, “The Policies of Shadows”
• Images: Jurupa Hills senior Genaro Garcia, “Rough Times”
— 2nd Area
• Drawing: Miller senior Sophia Sexon, “Double Knot”
• Film and animation: Summit junior Anabella Lopez, “The Nightmare”
• Sculpture: Miller senior Natalia Serpas, “Bumble Bee”
— Third Spot
• Comic Artwork: Fontana senior Esmeralda Lopez, “Mega Death”
• Combined Media: Miller senior Jovanna Vazquez, “Blasphemous Rumors”
• Combined Media: Miller junior Carolina Gonzalez Ceja, “Indigenous Punk”
— Honorable Mention
• Digital Art: Fontana junior Karime Garcia Leon, “The Upward Flip From Grief”
• Movie and animation: Summit senior Italia Valtierra, “Bleu”
• Images: Jurupa Hills junior Alexia Hurtado-Galvez, “Death Dance”
• Sculpture: Miller junior Alexis Carvajal, “Parrot Recycled.”