WARREN, NJ - The Watchung Arts Center will display artwork from more than 60 Watchung Hills Regional High School (WHRHS) students. WHRHS arts staff will also have works on display. The purpose of the exhibit is to give students a venue to show their talent and highlight every area of the arts curriculum at Watchung Hills. The show is held in the Upper Gallery.
Justin Scalera, WHRHS junior, will showcase his work on Hurricane Sandy along with other personal accomplishments. Scalera's work is available in the Lower Gallery.
Both shows will run through April 26.
Go to www.watchungarts.org for more information.
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