Art Students Win at Congressman Gallego's Student Art Competition
North High School had multiple winners in Congressman Reuben Gallego’s Student Art Competition. Gloria Dusenge’s artwork titled “Introspection” won 1st place. Her art work will hang in the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., for a year and she and a guardian will have an all-expense paid trip to D.C. for the art reception.
Sarahi Munoz took 2nd place and Rogelio Rivera Landeros took 3rd place. Both will have their artworks hanging in the Congressman’s office for a year and they both won a Chromebook.
Aleesha Brumit’s artwork won Best in Mixed Media and Amala Rose Paul Mundadan’s artwork won Best in Print.
The awards Reception was held Friday evening at the A.E. England Building downtown.
Photos (clockwise from top left) Gloria Dusenge with teacher Penny Hansen; Sarahi Munoz with Rep. Gallego; Aleesa Brumit: Rogelio Landeros.