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Credits to our young artist and writers 

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Angel Chenevert  / Writer

Angel R. K. Chenevert is a college student and a proud African-American survivor of the Child Welfare foster care system. He lives with his lovely adoptive family in California and considers himself lucky to express himself in writing. He loves super hero characters and movies, Peter Pan, Harry Potter, and all the ideas that help him survive his early years.

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Christine Cho / ARTIST

Christine Cho really enjoys taking pictures, even if it does not have particular meaning behind them. She fines satisfaction in taking photos.

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Ivan Josic / writer

Ivan Josic is currently a fifteen year old junior at the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Houston, presently working in the Creative Writing program. He has been previously published in the Austin Bat Cave Anthology. From elementary school, Ivan has written poetry fervently, scribbling on napkins or his own palms when he didn’t have paper. In seventh grade, his English teacher introduced him to HSPVA, encouraging him to apply. He and his mother danced in their kitchen when he was accepted, and over the course of three years, he has matured much as a writer under the supervision of his Creative Writing teachers. When not committed to HSPVA, you can find him wandering his neighborhood, where he often finds inspiration for his work. 

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PVPD Sri Harsha / writer

PVPD Sri Harsha is very passionate about poetry, photography, sketches, videos and recently has received third prize in essay writing competition. https://monomousumi.com/7-ways-society-for-sanity/ From June 2017, with the help of transartists.org/call-for-artists, his sketches are being published in three magazines, wotisart, average art and A5 magazines. Further, just by typing his name on Google YouTube his information can be gathered.

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DAHyE JUNG  / artist

I'm a paragraph. Click here to add your own text and edit me. Let your users get to know you.

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Isabel Jung / writer

Isabel is a year 11 student at Seoul International School in South Korea. She is a sixteen year old who values her culture, friends, family, and loyalty. Although she is not quite the skilled artist she would like to be, she has taken interest in photography and cinematography, and she wishes to capture beautiful moments in life. Isabel is also passionate about writing and wishes to touch people with her writing pieces on a wide range of emotions. She dreams of pursuing a career relating to the fields of psychology, literature, or film. 

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Lorelai Symmes / Writer

Lorelai Symmes is a 14 year old student from Annapolis, Maryland. Her love for poetry began after a three month hospitalization for anorexia nervosa in which she discovered writing as a tremendous coping skill. The work of Lorelai has been published by companies such as Rally Up Magazine, a Baltimore based mental health magazine. When not writing, she is involved in several clubs throughout her high school as well as works alongside Our Minds Matter as a mental health ambassador. She adores school and dreams of becoming a pediatric cardio thoracic surgeon after attending John’s Hopkins Medical School. You can connect with Lorelai on Instagram @lor.symmes!

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Jimmy Yang / ARTIST

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Jimmy Yang is a 12th grader residing in Canada. He attends Saint John Brebeuf secondary school. As a kid, Jimmy enjoyed making 3D models from clay or aluminum foil, and once he went boarding, he looked for materials I could play around with during the weekends. Jimmy found using paper and super glue to make models to be extremely fun, so he made animals, people, flowers and more for fun. Since paper was the most easily accessible material, he experimented with making joint structures, skeletons, and gloves, and trying to find the ideal shape that he wanted by adding and weaving many pieces. Recently, his hobby is to make the most aesthetic form by putting several animals and plant models in one place as a gift or for self-development.