Water is Life Art Lessons & Student Art Contest

Water is Life Art Contest Winners Announced!

Thank you to all students for submitting your art entries!

Over 530 art submissions were received this year, making the award selection challenging for our judges. Student contestants proved to be very creative in promoting water and conservation awareness. 

Click on this 2018 Award Winners List to see the artwork of winning students recognized at the West Basin Board Meeting on Monday, April 23, 2018.

West Basin Directors and Program Sponsors with winning student artists from the 2018 “Water is Life” contest.
(Pictured left to right top row) Ariel Campos, Valerie Galindo, Director Harold C. Williams, Director Gloria D. Gray, Manuel D. Serpa from the Law Offices of Olivarez Madruga Lemieux and O’Neill (OMLO), Aaron Wakefield-Carl, Director Donald L. Dear, Director Carol W. Kwan, Steve O’Neill from OLMO, Eunice Song, Antione Vuillermet of Suez North America, Director Scott Houston, Cora Uchida, Sophia Boss.  (Pictured left to right bottom row) Steicy Sanchez, Alisson Sandoval, Clara Kwon, Izzy Morriss, Alondra Guadalupe Gonzalez, Giuliana Toscano, Ana Wong.

 

Honorable Mention Awardees received an iPad.  Grand Prize Awardees received an iPad, stylus and a $25 iTunes gift card to download art apps that support their artistic pursuits!  All entrants will receive 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, promoting water awareness and discovering the importance of water conservation. Thank you, student artists, for sharing your water stewardship voices!

The “Water is Life” Student Art Contest helps teach young people the importance of water conservation.  The contest is open to 3rd – 12th grade students attending schools located in the West Basin service area. Click here to find out if you're eligible to participate.

 


 

Thank you to our sponsors for making this program possible!