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Gov. Livingston Hosts 2016 Arts Festival Showcasing Talent

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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Gov. Livingston High School recently held the Teen Arts Festival, an event that celebrates artistic disciplines including creative writing, video, and visual art. 

Students from GL, Columbia Middle School and Deerfield School participated with over 200 exhibits ranging from photography to oil painting, creative writing, poetry, pottery, computer graphics to videos.

The event was sponsored by the PTOs and PTA of Gov. Livingston High School, Columbia Middle School and Deerfield School. 

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