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My Venice Holiday Poster Contest Winners 2020

Brought to you by The Venice Chamber of Commerce.

Congratulations, We had so many entries it was really difficult to choose! One winner from each grade has been chosen. The final decision is made by the judges of the Venice Art Crawl.

for more information contact info@VeniceChamber.Net

Vienna Lieb, Kindergarten – Westminster Elementary

“To me, the holidays mean family. This holiday I’m grateful for my baby sister, Isla!”

Teacher – Ms. Dunn

Livia Tang, First Grade – Broadway Elementary

Rebel without a Claus, Venice, CA  – WaterColor Christmas

Teacher – Mrs. Orrison

Misty Srichandr, Second Grade – Coure d’Alene Avenue School

Most of the art was an actual vision of “Misty’s year” with her meltdowns from being bored, virtual learning, lakers, dodgers, Trump, Biden, Family, coronavirus, mask, protest type signs, black & white gingerbreads holding hands, Her favorite nutcracker toy, looking fwd to her tree & most of all presents. Her art involved cutting, glue, paint markers, color pencils, cotton, Xmas decor.

Teacher – Mrs. Gonzalez

Rocco Bushnaq, Third Grade – Coure d’Alene Avenue School

“Santa on Vacation”.

Teacher – Mrs. Neri-Muñoz.

Declan McAdams, Fourth Grade – Walgrove Elementary

How the Trump Tried to Steal Christmas (and the Election)

The election made me feel happy and that Christmas came early. I have been doing political cartoons all of this fall because sometimes I have to make fun of things even if they are serious.

Teacher – Alejandra Biolatto

Ryn Cook, Fifth Grade – Walgrove Elementary

The title of Rynny’s drawing is Masks of Holidays. The reason being is that even though the world can feel like it’s falling apart, especially right now during this pandemic, it’s possible for us to still be together. That is why everyone in the drawing is wearing a mask. Rynny’s drawing represents the togetherness that the holidays bring upon us.

Teacher – Lynnellen Webster

Frequently Asked Questions

What link do we send to friends and family?

You can share a link to the My Venice Holiday Poster contest with friends and family.

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This Year’s Entries

Show us what the Holidays mean to you!

• Open to Grades K-5

• Entries were be submitted online at

• Prizes

Upload entries to the My Venice Holiday gallery! You and others can vote for your favorites. One winner from each grade will be chosen.
The final decision is made by the judges of the Venice Art Crawl.

Please submit poster designs by Midnight, Tuesday, November 17th!

for more information contact info@VeniceChamber.Net

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