February 2nd we commenced the 2021 ACAN Youth Logo Design Competition, with the goal to encourage young artists and designers to submit their original ideas for an ACAN Youth logo. We want the new logo to reflect who we are and inspire us to work together for ACAN’s mission, “serving the community and fostering our heritage”.

A total of 26 designs were submitted, each one unique and reflective of ACAN Youth values. Each artist could submit up to 3 designs. From February 15th to February 21st, ACAN Youth members and their parents voted to determine the final logo. Each design was rated on a scale of 1-10, and the winners were determined by the highest average rating.

With 50 total valid responses, the winners of the 2021 ACAN Youth Logo Design Competition are as follows:

1st Place (Tie) – Michelle Liang, Logo #14 (6.42 Average Rating)

1st Place (Tie) – Angelina Xiao, Logo #2 (6.42 Average Rating)

2nd Place – Tiffany Yin, Logo #6 (6.38 Average Rating)

3rd Place – Iris Chen, Logo #9 (6.34 Average Rating)

About the Winners:

  • Michelle Liang is an 11th grader at St. Stephen’s Episcopal School.
  • Angelina Xiao is a 9th grader at Hill Country Christian School of Austin.
  • Tiffany Yin is a 10th grader at James Bowie High School.
  • Iris Chen is a 7th grader at Grisham Middle School.

Huge congratulations to all the winners, and thank you to all those who submitted designs and voted! For any questions about the competition, please contact ACAN Youth Committee (youth at acantx.org)

ACAN Youth Committee encourages all youth to connect, learn and serve. We are currently running many projects including Bags of Hope, Outdoor Games, Youth Talk Series, etc. Interested in joining us? Hop on ACAN Youth Discord Server!

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