ADL’s Student Art Contest Winners Display Inclusion & Creativity

  • March 16, 2016

Originality, creativity, universality and impact – these were the areas that eight judges used to select ADL’s 2015-2016 Imagine A World Without Hate® Student Art Contest winners. Almost 100 pieces of original artwork were submitted by students in grades K-12 attending 2015-2016 No Place For Hate® schools across Colorado. They each created their vision of a world without hate and ADL is proud of all the students, along with their teachers and families, who participated in cultivating a love of art and a commitment to creating a world that is safe and inclusive for all.

    Congratulations to the 2015-2016 Student Art Contest Winners: Middle School (6-8th grades)

  • First Place:  Fallyn N., 7th grade, Franklin Middle School

  • Second Place: Cameron C., 7th grade, Franklin Middle School

  Upper Elementary School (3-5th grades)

  • First Place: Kylee W., 5th grade, Ann K. Heiman Elementary


  • Second Place: Aurelia R., 3rd grade, Madison Elementary


  • Third Place: Jesus A., 5th grade, Madison Elementary


  • Honorable Mention: Valeria M., 5th grade, Ann K. Heiman Elementary


  • Honorable Mention: Jake P., 5th grade, Madison Elementary

  Lower Elementary School (K-2nd grades)

  • First Place: Violet G., 2nd grade, Palmer Elementary


  • Second Place: Francesca D., 1st  grade, Palmer Elementary

  On April 12, 2016 at the No Place for Hate® Celebration Breakfast, these students will be recognized for their accomplishments and seven pieces of artwork will also be reprinted in the 2017 Positive Impact! Calendar.