MORRISTOWN, NJ - Two New Providence High School students had their works selected for the Fresh Perspectives exhibit at Morris Museum. The museum selected fifty works out of almost 400 submissions from districts throughout the state. 

Emily Kapp and Cleo Trumbull will have their works displayed in a virtual catalogue displayed on the museum's website. NPHS art teacher, Jennifer Johnson-Tiongson, prepared the students for competition. The competition judges were Danielle Bursk, Director of Artist Services for the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, and Lisa Suss, Visual Arts Manager for JCC Metrowest and active professional artist.

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