Water is Life Student Art Contest

West Basin’s “Water is Life” student art contest helps foster awareness of water conservation. This art challenge inspires students to learn about our precious and limited water resources while thinking of creative ways to promote the contest theme “Water is Life.” The contest is open to 3rd – 12th grade students attending schools located in the West Basin service area. Check this school eligibility list

Congratulations to the 2017 Water is Life Student Art Contest Winners!

(Pictured left to right top row) Karen Villatoro, Alina Skolarus, Director Donald L. Dear, Daniel Ji, Steve O’Neill from the Law Offices of Olivarez Madruga Lemieux O’Neill, Hibah Khan, Kaydee Hong, Director Gloria D. Gray, Antoine Vuillermet of Suez North America, Director Harold C. Williams, Ashley Jara, Director Scott Houston, Andrea Lara, Jamie Doo.  (Pictured left to right bottom row) Devinia Luu, Morgan Apolonio, Jeany Jimenez, Angelica Gonzalez, Angela Bologna.


Thank you to all students for your submitting your entries!

Over 250 art submissions were recieived this year making the award selection challenging for our judges! Student contestants proved to be very creative in promoting water awareness and conservation! Click on this 2017 Award Winners List to see who was recognized at the West Basin Board Meeting on Monday, April 24!

Honorable Mention Awardees will recieve an iPad.  Grand Prize Awardees will recieve an iPad, stylus and $25 App Store gift card to purchase art apps to support their artistic pursuits!  All entrants will be recieving an art contest participant package in the mail as West Basin's expression of appreciation for taking the time to learn about our precious water supply, promote water awareness and discover the importance of water conservation...Thank you, student artists, for sharing your water stewardship voices!




Thank you to our sponsors for making this program possible!