Columbia Heights Elementary students win superhero art contest

Columbia Heights Elementary students win superhero art contest
Posted on 05/11/2018

A total of four Columbia Heights Elementary School students were selected as winners in the 2018 Centro Cultural Aztlan Art Gallery Superhero Art Contest.

Emery Sifuentes won first place and Annabelle Buendia won second place in the Kinder Division, while Anabela Aguinaga won second place in the First Grade Division, and Giana Lopez won second place in the Third Grade Division. All three students were awarded a certificate and a brand-new coloring kit.

The citywide contest is designed for students to create artwork that is based on real-life heroes, comic book art, anime, mythological figures or a positive role model they know and admire.

For Columbia Heights Art Teacher Noe Garza, this art contest is a great opportunity to exhibit all the great talent in Harlandale ISD.

“I’m very proud of my students. Our school had the most entries with 70, ranging from kinder all the way to fifth grade,” he said. “I challenge them and push them hard so they can produce great art, and they did, so we’re finishing the year strong.” 

In addition, all 70 art entries, including the winners, will be on display at the Centro Cultural Aztlan Art Gallery, located at 1800 Fredericksburg Rd., for a month. All parents and families are encouraged to attend and admire the children’s artwork in a professional gallery setting.

Congratulations, students!

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