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Gottlieb Youth Art Show Winners

Arthur Martins and Michelle Barisoff

Pictured above, Arthur Martins of Lakewood High School stands with Lakewood Art Teacher Michelle Barisoff.

Students, families and school staff recently attended the 39th annual Norman Gottlieb Youth Art Show for local middle and high school student artists at the Alpert Jewish Community Center (AJCC).

Each year, the free exhibit brings together a sampling of the best middle and high school art with awards presented to the top three middle and high school participants. The art show was established by past AJCC President Norman Gottlieb.

This year’s high school winners were: first place, Arthur Martins, Lakewood; second, Payton Miller, Millikan; and third, Colby Madison, Renaissance.

Middle school winners were: first place, Moira Fortuna, Bancroft; second, Lucy Soun, Hughes; and third, Siena Scott, Rogers.

The Honigman Award for Inspired Visual Art Education went to teachers Reba Castaneda of Jordan High School and Juan Alvarez of Marshall Academy of the Arts.

The Norman Gottlieb Youth Art Show will run through March 27 at the Alpert Jewish Community Center, 3801 E. Willow St., Long Beach. The exhibition is free and open to the community. View flyer details.

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