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56th Annual WCCUSD Student Art Show

56th Annual WCCUSD Student Art Show

Exhibition: April 6 – May 14, 2022
Reception: Tuesday, April 19, 5:00pm-6:30pm (Award Presentation at 5:45pm)
Gallery Hours: Wednesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm
Location: Richmond Art Center, 2540 Barrett Avenue, Richmond, CA 94804

Celebrating the wealth of student artistic talent in West Contra Costa Unified School District! 

In its 56th year the WCCUSD Student Art Show presents work by over 300 students from 12 different schools. This teacher-curated exhibition demonstrates best practices in delivering an art-based curriculum. It also represents Richmond Art Center and WCCUSD’s shared vision that art education is a crucial component of a thriving and productive society.   

Participating Schools: Betty Reid Soskin Middle School, De Anza High School, El Cerrito High School, Fred T. Korematsu Middle School, Helms Middle School, Hercules High School, Hercules Middle School, John F. Kennedy High School, Mira Vista School, Pinole Middle School, Pinole Valley High School, Richmond High School

Artistic Achievement Awardees: Yvette Bennett (Pinole Valley High School), Isabella Shapland (El Cerrito High School), Chandy Viridet (Richmond High School), Navi Emiliano (Hercules High School), Roderick Alexander (Kennedy High School), Moncerrat Gudino Valdez (Richmond High School)
 
Honorable Mention Recipients: Lindsey Le (Hercules High School), Myleyby Mora Reyes (Richmond High School), Shawn Aden (Pinole Valley High School), Sophia Ly (Pinole Valley High School), Taifu Ma (El Cerrito High School), Angela Soriano (De Anza High School), Melissa Ruiz (Richmond High School), Odalis Martinez (Richmond High School), Ginger Kennedy Loy (Fred T. Korematsu Middle School), Akira Chhysengdara (Helms Middle School)
 

¡Celebrando la riqueza del talento artístico de los estudiantes en el Distrito Escolar Unificado de West Contra Costa!

En su 56° año, la Expocision de Arte Estudiantil del WCCUSD presenta el trabajo de más de 300 estudiantes de 12 escuelas diferentes. Esta exposición curada por maestros demuestra las mejores prácticas para ofrecer un plan de estudios basado en el arte. También representa la visión compartida de Richmond Art Center y WCCUSD de que la educación artística es un componente crucial de una sociedad próspera y productiva.

Escuelas participantes: Betty Reid Soskin Middle School, De Anza High School, El Cerrito High School, Fred T. Korematsu Middle School, Helms Middle School, Hercules High School, Hercules Middle School, John F. Kennedy High School, Mira Vista School, Pinole Middle School, Pinole Valley High School, Richmond High School

Premiados por logros artísticos: Yvette Bennett (Pinole Valley High School), Isabella Shapland (El Cerrito High School), Chandy Viridet (Richmond High School), Navi Emiliano (Hercules High School), Roderick Alexander (Kennedy High School), Moncerrat Gudino Valdez (Richmond High School)
 
Mención de Honor: Lindsey Le (Hercules High School), Myleyby Mora Reyes (Richmond High School), Shawn Aden (Pinole Valley High School), Sophia Ly (Pinole Valley High School), Taifu Ma (El Cerrito High School), Angela Soriano (De Anza High School), Melissa Ruiz (Richmond High School), Odalis Martinez (Richmond High School), Ginger Kennedy Loy (Fred T. Korematsu Middle School), Akira Chhysengdara (Helms Middle School)

Top Image: Artwork by Myleyby Mora Reyes, Richmond High School

Above Images: Artwork by (left) Tajah Mitchell (John F. Kennedy High School); and (right) Luis Camarena Morales (Pinole Valley High School) 

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Richmond Art Center
2540 Barrett Avenue
Richmond, CA 94804-1600

 

510-620-6772
Gallery Hours: Wed-Sat 10am-4pm