Union County Teen Arts Exhibit on Display at Northfield Bank in Westfield

July 11, 2014 at 8:24 PM

WESTFIELD, NJ – The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders is pleased to announce that the 2014 Teen Arts Touring Exhibit is on display at the Northfield Bank, located at 828 South Avenue West, in Westfield. It will be on display through August 1 during regular bank hours.

The exhibit consists of 60 pieces of art selected from more than 700 visual art works shown at the 2014 Union County Teen Arts Festival held in March at Union County College. The annual event is administered by the Union County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs in the Department of Parks and Recreation.

“The artwork in this exhibit is exceptional.  The fact that the artists are teenagers makes the show even more outstanding,” said Freeholder Chairman Christopher Hudak. “I encourage everyone to get out and see this lively exhibit as it goes on tour throughout Union County.”

For information about the Teen Arts program, contact the Union County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs at 633 Pearl Street, Elizabeth 07202; telephone (908) 558-2550. NJ Relay service users should call 711 or e-mail: culturalinfo@ucnj.org.

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Exhibiting students are:

Berkeley Heights

Columbia Middle School
            Alicia Wintemberg     

Governor Livingston High School
            Neil Schickedanz

Sarah Illis       
           

Clark

Arthur L. Johnson HS

            Angelo Capobianco

Mother Seton RHS
            Alyssa Ziobro

 

Cranford

Cranford High School

            Rachel Quinn

Jack Shapiro

Madison Kopack

Cranford Achievement Program

            Donna Colandro

Hillside Avenue School

            Hatten Mullins

Orange Avenue School

            Nick Garofalo

 

Elizabeth
Abraham Lincoln School
           
Xenia Rivas

Benjamin Franklin School

Stephen Ash
Dr. Antonia Pantoja School

Rolando Cano Perez
Elizabeth HS - Dwyer Academy
           
Francisco Rodriguez
Elizabeth HS - Edison Academy
            Melanie Gonzalez

Elizabeth HS – Halsey Academy

Savannah Seabrook
Elizabeth HS - Jefferson Academy
            Brian Maldonado

Maria Cruz

Elizabeth HS - Lower Academy
           
Stephanie Liscano
Elizabeth HS - Upper Academy
           
Ilera Blanco

iPrep Academy

Ashley Armstrong

Mabel G. Holmes School

            Destiny Cruz

Nicholas M. Butler School
            Sanzida Aktar

Nicholas S. LaCorte School
            Cruz Aparicio

Ronald Reagan Academy

Caitlyn Fernandez
T.C. Reilly School
            Sebastian Paredes

Victor Mravlag School

            Areanna Vargas

William F. Halloran School
            Camila Alvez
Woodrow Wilson School
            Majeeb Ali
 

Hillside
Hillside High School
            Carlos Melo
Walter O. Krumbiegel MS
            Sheyeanne Powell

Kenilworth
David Brearley HS
            Phil Costa

Courtney Keating

Linden
Linden High School
            Melissa Chaquea
Myles J. McManus MS
            Emily Estrada
Joseph E. Soehl MS
            Pawel Sierhej

New Providence
New Providence HS
            Lulu Fuchs

Elizabeth Mohan
New Providence MS
            Julia Haas
           

Plainfield
Frederic W. Cook School
            Jarred Harris

Frank J. Hubbard MS

Evelyn Duran
Plainfield Academy of Arts
            Lillian Holt

Alejandra Rivera

Union County TEAMS Charter School

            Bryce Moore

Stephany Vargas

Roselle

Abraham Clark HS
            Agape Delion

Adrian Ramirez-Perez

Grace Wilday Jr. HS

            Jennifer Huilotl

 

Scotch Plains
Union County Vo-Tech HS
            Towana Weekes

Leslie Vargas

Christian Cabatu

John Alton

 

Springfield

FM Gaudineer MS

            Adam Gelo

Jonathan Dayton HS

            Tim Golden

Brian Martin

Vivian Nguyen

 

Summit
Oratory Preparatory School
            Brian Moretti
 

Union
Union High School
            Wislet Dazilme

Adriana Oliveria

Nicholas Chow

 

Westfield

Hillcrest Academy

Kamil Brown
Lamberts Mill Academy

            Alexus Flemming

Winfield
Winfield School
            Rosie Brown

 

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