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Imagine a world without Hate – Student Art Contest
2016-2017 Winners

  Lower Elementary K-2

 

First Place: Olivia O, 1st grade, Little Elementary
TITLE: If We Could See With Hour Hearts First
DESCRIPTION: Sometimes I think the people in the world would be better friends if they wouldn’t see their differences right away. We could hear them and had feelings, then our eyes started working later.

Second Place: Oliver M, 2nd grade, Emerald Elementary
TITLE: Put a Little Love in Your Heart
DESCRIPTION: Never ever ever ever be mean.

Third Place: Kalea G, 2nd grade, Emerald Elementary
TITLE: Put A Little Love in Your Heart
DESCRIPTION: Light the world with happiness. Change the world today.
  Upper Elementary 3-5

First Place: Staia Y. S., 4th grade, Palmer Elementary
TITLE: No Place of Hate Café
DESCRIPTION: The menu is a metaphor for what should be on everyone’s mind, which doesn’t include hate.

Second Place: Chelsea V, 4th grade, Emerald Elementary
TITLE: Put A Little Love in Your Heart
DESCRIPTION: Hope can change the world and make it better!
Third Place: Ashley A, 5th grade, Aspen Creek K-8
TITLE: Flags of Difference
DESCRIPTION: No to people, places or flags are the same. A flag represents its people and country which is different from all the rest. My flags show many different countries, but nowhere close to the true amount. It is just a small chunk of diversity.
  Middle School 6-8

First Place: Julia W, 7th grade, Aspen Creek K-8
TITLE: True Colors
DESCRIPTION: My entry, “True Colors” incorporates the theme “Imagine A World Without Hate” by depicting two people shedding their stereotypes and labels, allowing their originality and personality to shine through, also allowing them to connect with each other

Second Place: Jada Marie G, 7th grade, Murphy Creek P-8
TITLE: Imagine A World Without Hate
DESCRIPTION: There is a world with hate, but those few people who are good are spreading the word that hate is wrong. Because of these people the world is changing into good.
Third Place: Jocelyn L, 8th grade, Prairie Heights Middle School
TITLE: No Place for Hate
DESCRIPTION: My art incorporates “Imagine A World Without Hate” because it shows different races coming together as one and accepting each other for who we are.
Honorable Mention: Alizé E, 7th grade, Prairie Heights Middle School
TITLE: Wareware Wa Tatte Iru
DESCRIPTION: My art piece showcases many people of different races floating together while all holding hands. The art gives a message of acceptance for all. On the side, the words “United We Stand” are written in many languages.
  High School 9-12

First Place: Sabrina E, 10th grade, Heritage High School
TITLE: none
DESCRIPTION: Quote: “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about the things that matter.” – Martin Luther King, Jr


Second Place: Kelsey C & Emma R, 10th grade, Heritage High School
TITLE: Headphone Lady
DESCRIPTION: It shows that we are all individuals and we must accept the diversity in our society with the notion that we are different not less. (Emma)
Our entry incorporates the theme “Imagine A World Without Hate” by demonstrating the power of self-acceptance as the first step in creating an atmosphere that builds positivity and spreads kindness rather than one that brings hate. (Kelsey)

 

 

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