LIVINGSTON, N J – Livingston High School’s Gabriella Tejeda and Joshua Hoffmann were among the 50 high school students from across New Jersey whose work was selected for display at the Morris Museum as part of Fresh Perspectives, a Juried High School Exhibition, which opens on April 9. The LHS students will receive certificates of participation at the exhibit’s opening reception on April 15. The public is invited to view the exhibition through June 7 at the Morris Museum, located at 6 Normandy Heights Road, Morris Township.
Tejeda is exhibiting a digital black and white photograph titled “Intervening Axis.” Hoffmann was selected for digital art for his piece titled “Breaking Away.” The students are taught by Arlene Brown and Nadia Bacher.
Fresh Perspectives started in 1989 to give artistically accomplished high school students a professionally organized museum exhibition experience and to recognize art teachers for their encouragement and effective teaching. The high school artists’ works featured in the exhibit are in a variety of mediums, including computer-based graphic design, found objects, video animation as well as the more traditional painting and sculpture.
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