Light!MoreLight!PB is a collective, community project created by students of Mission Bay High as a way to provide PB an outlet to express and showcase their creative minds. Even though we may be confined to our homes during this scary time, doesn't mean we shouldn't let our creativity be confined as well! Pieces of work from students of MBHS and the community will be crafted together in a beautiful magazine to be sold around PB. All money made from sales will go back into the community!
We hope that you parents show your children this opportunity and encourage them to create and submit their work! We also hope that all students share their work with our community! It is greatly appreciated!
By submitting any artwork to the Light! More Light! submission survey, entrants accept and agree to be bound by the official rules for participation. A student may only submit (1) pieces of artwork within the category of art or writing, though each student can submit separate works to both categories. Any violation of these rules may, at the Boards’ discretion, result in the exclusion of the participant’s work. All decisions of the Light! More Light! board regarding this application is final and binding in all respects.
Eligibility and Entry Requirements:
Good luck and have fun!!
Created by Emery Semmens (11), Resident of PB
Once there was a city
made of sun and salt and sand and seashells and stripes,
glowing with the kind of warm
that sinks into your bones
and makes you feel happy and light
all throughout the day.
In the city'
lived hundreds of ordinary people,
with ordinary houses and ordinary jobs and ordinary hearts,
and they were turned into masterpieces
by the golden enchantment
of the crashing waves and painted sky.
The sun, an artist,
dragging a brush through the air,
pinks and yellows and oranges.
The colors bled onto the ordinary people
and the sun watched as they became artwork,
ordinary to extraordinary.
- Eliie Long(14), PBMS
" This is a poem about art and the beautiful impact it can have on people. I hope that reading this inspires someone to make their own artwork and light up someone else's life."