The Anti-Graffiti Video Contest is currently CLOSED.

The Anti-Graffiti Video Contest uses media arts and video production to increase peer-to-peer awareness of graffiti vandalism. High School students competed for monetary prizes up to $1,000. Students created 60-second videos with a raincross image to educate their peers that graffiti is against the law and should be kept off the wall.

2015 Anti-Graffiti Video Contest Winners

First Place $1,000:

Steven Ordonio (Poly High School)
William George (Poly High School)
Marina Kaye (Poly High School)
Watch the first place video.

Second Place $500:

Felix Silva (Ramona High School)
Jonathan Valdovinos (Ramona High School)
Jonathan Almanza (Ramona High School)
Watch the second place video.

Third Place $250:

Brandon Araiza (Poly High School)
Gerardo Ayala (Poly High School)
Edgar Gonzalez (Poly High School)
Watch the third place video.


The Anti-Graffiti Video Contest was open from October 15, 2014 until 3:00 pm on December 31, 2014. Entries are no longer being accepted for this contest period.

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3900 Main St. 4th Floor
Riverside, CA 92522

Phone: (951) 351-6128

Mon - Fri 7:30am - 5:30pm
Closed on Weekends and Major Holidays*
* Graffiti Removal Crews work 7 days per week
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