Congratulations to 2013 Phoenix Chinese Week Student Art Contest Winners
9th – 12th Grade 1st Place Winner Gina X, Age 14 Acrylic- “Chinese New Year Dragon Dance”
6th – 8th Grade 1st Place Winner Melinda C, Age 10 Acrylic- “Bamboo Orchestra”
3rd -5th Grade 1st Place Winner Kevin T, Age 9 Acrylic- ‘The Dragon and Great Wall”
K-2nd Grade 1st Place Winner Madeleine C Age 7 2nd Grade Marker & Color Pencil- “Dragon Dance”
|Madeleine Chang||1st Place||7||2nd||Dragon Dance||Color Pencil/ Marker|
|Victoria Fan||2nd Place||7||2nd||China Gate||Color Pencil|
|Zoe Chen||3rd Place||7||2nd||Chinese Garden||Marker|
|Leison Guo||Honorable Mention||7||2nd||Dragon Dance in the Stree||oil pastel|
|Ivan Pan||Honorable Mention||7||2nd||Dragon Boat||Color pencil|
|3rd -5th Grade|
|Kevin Tang||1st Place||9||4th||The Dragon & Great Wall||Acrylic|
|Catherine Fan||2nd Place||9||4th||Dragon Boat||Color Pencil|
|Jessica Zhang||3rd Place||10||4th||Autumn Moon at Great Wall||Oil Pastel on black paper|
|Kayla King||Honorable Mention||8||4th||Dragon Festival||Color pencil|
|Angelina Tram||Honorable Mention||10||5th||Decorating the Window for Chinese New Year||Color pencil|
|6th – 8th Grade|
|Melinda Chang||1st Place||11||6th||Bamboo Orchestra||Acrylic|
|Alina Wang||2nd Place||12||7th||Dragon Boat Festival||Ink|
|Tanya Yan||3rd Place||12||7th||Chinese Tea Pot||Color Pencil|
|Samuel Xu||Honorable Mention||11||6th||Spring Celebration Festival||Acrylic|
|Ariel Kuo||Honorable Mention||13||7th||The Four Chinese Treasures of Study||Color pencil|
|9th – 12th Grade|
|Gina Xu||1st Place||14||9th||Chinese New Year Dragon Dance||Acrylic|
|Michelle Chiang||2nd Place||14||10th||Water Village in Southern China||Oil Pastel/ Water Color|
Phoenix Chinese Week is a non-profit organization that strives to promote understanding and appreciation of Chinese culture. Each year Phoenix Chinese Week sponsors an Art Contest to give students the opportunity to express their knowledge of 5,000 years of Chinese culture through art.
2013 CONTEST THEME
“What I Know About Chinese Culture”. All entries must be related to Chinese culture. Contestants may choose any aspect of Chinese culture as their subject, such as: festivals, the zodiac, history, art, or calligraphy.
Application form download link: PCW 2013 Student Art Contest
Kindergarten through 12th grade students. Categories: K-2nd grade 3-5th grade 6-8th grade 9th-12th grade
ACCEPTED SIZE & MEDIA
Entries must be completed on 11”x17” paper. Accepted Medias: crayon, markers, paint or colored pencils, or paper cutting. No collages, raised art or framed artwork allowed. Entries not meeting these requirements will not be judged. (Please include on back of art work 1-2 sentences to describe the art and theme).
RULES & REGULATIONS
1) One entry per contestant. 2) Entries must be original and completed by the participant without assistance. The judges’ decisions are final. All entries become the property of Phoenix Chinese Week and may be used for displays and in Phoenix Chinese Week publications.
Judged equally on originality, artistic creativity, and theme.
All entries must be received by Thursday November 15, 2012. No extensions.
Due to artwork size, artwork and completed form may be hand-delivered. Dropoff date: Thursday November 15, 2012 between 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Location: Solid Rock Silver & Gold Art Gallery, 154 West Main Street, Mesa, AZ 85201. Drop-off location contact person: Jarrod Martinez 480-252-2199. For general contest-related questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Medals, awards and certificates will be presented to the 1st-3rd place winners in each category.
Awards Presentation: Winners will be notified prior to the Awards Ceremony and are strongly encouraged to be present to receive their awards at 12 noon on Sunday, February 10, 2013 at the Phoenix Chinese Week Festival at the location of Chinese Cultural Center stage (668 North 44th Street, Phoenix). Winning entries will be displayed at the Phoenix Chinese Week event.
RETURN OF ARTWORK
Non-winning artwork may be picked up at the Phoenix Chinese Week information booth during the Phoenix Chinese Week Cultural Festival, February 8th, 9th, and 10th. The Art Contest Committee is not responsible for artwork not claimed by 2 pm, Sunday, February 10th. No artwork will be returned by mail.
2011 1st Place Winner, age 14 Category: 9th-12th Grade
2011 1st Place Winner, age 12 Category: 6th-8th Grade
2011 1st Place Winner, age 9 Category: 3rd-5th Grade
2011 1st Place Winner, age 8 Category: K-2nd Grade