Jose Daniel Garcia (”Danny”) a senior at Rancho Alamitos High School in the Garden Grove Unified School District, won 1st Place in the Junior Art Exhibition for the Festival of Arts Pageant of the Masters located in Laguna Beach, California on Sunday, August 16, 2015. His submission was 3D printed art created on an Airwolf 3D printer using biodegradable poly lactic acid thermoplastic.
His 3D art submission created on an Airwolf 3D printer embodied the spirit of the theme of ReUse and ReGrow also winning the People’s Choice Award for the 7th Annual Muzeo Art Competition in
Anaheim, California on Saturday, March 7, 2015.
According to the website, since it’s inception in 1947, the Junior Art Exhibit has come to be regarded as one of the highlights of the summer. Selected by art authorities from thousands of submissions representing schools throughout Orange County, works by over 300 students (K-12) are on display in the Junior Art Gallery.
The exhibit has become not only a showcase
for new generations of young Orange County student artists but also a vivid testimonial to the value and importance of continuing arts education in our school systems. Garden Grove Career Technology Education, Teacher Scott Walker, the Orange County Department of Education, and Airwolf 3D all sponsored the successful efforts of this bright young student.
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