New Providence High School freshman, Heather Gregory, received the overall first place award at the "High Relief" juried high school sculpture show at the Shore Institute of Contemporary Art in Long Branch, New Jersey on May 7. She discusses the attributes of her sculpture with art teacher, Bill Vivona, as the two select works for an upcoming show. Sixty works from students representing eighteen area high schools competed for five awards. New Providence has participated in the competition for the past five years. For more about the New Providence School District visual and practical arts programs, visit http://www.npsd.k12.nj.us/202010916135125660/site/default.asp
New Providence High School Freshman Wins First Place at SICA Sculpture Show
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