LIVINGSTON, NJ — Livingston High School’s annual Advanced Placement (AP) Art Show "Student Perspectives,” sponsored by the Arts Council of Livingston (ACL), is currently on display at Livingston Town Hall, 357 South Livingston Avenue, for daily public viewing from 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. through Monday, April 26.

The exhibit features work from more than 80 students and is the first show the district has been able to present during the current academic year. Artwork categories include AP Photography, AP Digital Imaging, AP Studio Art and Ceramics and 3D designs.

Members of the ACL, a nonprofit organization established by the Livingston Township Council to make the arts more visible within the immediate community and the surrounding areas, work to encourage quality offerings in performing and visual arts programs and to act as an informal clearing house for all artistic disciplines.

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The 2021 “Student Perspectives” presentation was spearheaded by ACL members Vivian Olshen, Barbara Sax and Lois Dyer.

Olshen, ACL vice president of visual arts, and Mara Rubin, ACL supervisor of visual and performing arts, are pictured at the exhibit above alongside Livingston High School AP teachers Deniz Olcay, Chris Iannuzzi, Noah Meineke and Arlene Brown.  

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