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Micromobility Art Contest Winners Announced

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This spring, we invited Raleigh students to envision a world where transportation is not only accessible but also sustainable. We were thrilled to see the incredible response to the Micromobility Program’s first art contest, which ran from May 13 to June 7, 2024.

We are excited to congratulate the 24 winners of the Micromobility Art Contest! Your creativity and thoughtful reflections on sustainable transportation were truly inspiring.

WINNERSSCHOOL
Annika ApplePowell Elementary School
Bhagyasre SavaramLeroy Martin Middle School
Blair AllenWest Millbrook Magnet Middle School
Charlotte KimbrellBugg Elementary School
Daniel CarmenBrentwood Elementary School
EmmanuelPoe Magnet Elementary School
Flora McCloskeyLeroy Martin Middle School
Josie (Josephine Jamieson)Pleasant Union Elementary School
Kairav MajiPanther Creek High School
Laurel WiglamaLeesville Road Middle School
Liddy Costen NelmsMoore Square Magnet Middle School
Luna Terando-PradoWiley Elementary School
Marta StarikevichSun Star Farm School
Mateya StimpfelChesterbrook Academy Elementary of North Raleigh
Maya KieferLeesville Road Middle School
Oren AdamsWest Millbrook Magnet Middle School
Samantha StreeterDurant Road Elementary School
Samhita AdusumilliCarnage Magnet Middle School
Surina MajiCarnage Magnet Middle School
Taniya AdusumilliWhite Oak Elementary School
Sara ManriqueJeffrey's Grove Magnet Elementary School
Sierra LamannaPleasant Union Elementary School
Lily KimbrellBugg Elementary School
Rohan RatiaPleasant Union Elementary School


Contest Overview
Students from grades K-12 across Raleigh submitted their original artwork, reflecting on the theme of sustainable transportation. The contest aimed to inspire young artists to think about eco-friendly ways to move around the city.

Participation and Submissions
Participants submitted their 8.5” x 11” two-dimensional artworks through various methods, including online uploads and in-person drop-offs. Each piece creatively interpreted the theme, showcasing the students’ remarkable talents and their visions for a greener future.

Judging and Prizes
Entries were judged based on creativity, interpretation of the theme, composition, and age appropriateness. The winning artworks were selected to be displayed at bikeshare stations throughout Raleigh, offering a unique platform for young artists to contribute to the city’s sustainable transportation goals.

Congratulations to Our Winners!
We look forward to featuring your artwork at our bikeshare stations and celebrating your contributions to a more sustainable future. 

Check out a few of our winning artists below!

Blair Allen, Grade 7

Charlotte Kimbrell, Grade 1

Kairav Maji, Grade 9

Liddy Costen Nelms

Lily Kimbrell

Maya Kiefer

Luna Terando-Prado, Kindergarten

Samantha Streeter, Grade 3

Samhita Adusumilli

Surina Maji, Grade 6

Taniya Adusumilli

Bhagyasre Savaram, Grade 7

Marta Starikevich

Mateya Stimpfel, Grade 3

Sara Manrique

Lead Department:
Transportation
Service Categories:
Mobility Strategy and Infrastructure

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