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Union County Teen Arts Exhibit Features Work From Local Students

The exhibit is on display at Les Malamut Gallery in Union through Oct. 26. Exhibit includes artwork from New Providence, Berkeley Heights and Mountainside students.

The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders is pleased to announce that the 2012 Union County Teen Arts Touring Exhibit is on display at the Les Malamut Gallery, located in the lower level of the Union Public Library, 1980 Morris Ave. in Union.

The art exhibit is on display through Oct. 26 during regular library hours. For more information on the gallery, please visit: lesmalamutartgallery.wordpress.com/.

The exhibit consists of 61 pieces of art selected from more than 700 visual art works shown at the 2012 Union County Teen Arts Festival held in March at Union County College. The annual event is administered by the Union County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs in the Department of Parks and Community Renewal.

“The artwork in this exhibit is exceptional,” said Freeholder Chairman Alexander Mirabella.  “The fact that the artists are teenagers makes the show even more outstanding. I encourage everyone to get out and see this fun, lively exhibit as it goes on tour throughout Union County.”

For information about the Teen Arts program, please contact the Union County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs at 633 Pearl St., Elizabeth, NJ 07202 or call (908) 558-2550. NJ Relay service users should call 711, or email: culturalinfo@ucnj.org.

The exhibiting students are:

Berkeley Heights

Columbia Middle School — Allison Yang 

Governor Livingston HS — Amanda Berlinski; Laura Young

Clark

AL Johnson HS — Samantha Ring; Jimmy Douglas

Mother Seton Regional HS — Catherine Bialkowski

Cranford

Cranford HS — Lya Finston; Emily Schindler; Aaron Black

Cranford Achievement Center — Di-Jon Hodges

Hillside Avenue School — Sabrina Landsman

Orange Avenue School — Mackenzie Moonan

St. Michael School — Kianu Montenegro

Elizabeth

Abraham Lincoln School — Aldaberto Martinez

Charles Hudson School — Jayson Araaujo

Dr. Orlando Edreira School — Christian Heredia

Elizabeth HS: Dwyer House — Leydy Ramirez

Elizabeth HS: Edison House — Andre Acevedo

Elizabeth HS: Hamilton Academy — Alondra Guzman

Elizabeth HS: Jefferson House — Stephanie Rodriguez; Joel Zamora

Elizabeth HS: Lower Academy — Beatriz Carvalho

Elizabeth HS: Upper Academy — Christian Marin

Madison-Monroe School — Lizcary Amarante

Nicholas M. Butler School — Tatiana Herr

Nicholas S. LaCorte School — Zafiro Lopez

St. Mary of the Assumption — Elmi Ventura

T.C. Reilly School — Nelson Rodriguez

William F. Halloran School — Stephanie Liscano

Woodrow Wilson School — Noelia Aqudela

Hillside

Hillside HS — Rushana Boswell

Walter O. Krumbiegel MS — Chisom Nwosu

Kenilworth

David Brearley HS — Daniel Lezcano; Eric Soriano

Linden

Linden HS — Jose Ferero

McManus MS — Anthony Munoz

Soehl MS — Deanna Sheehy

Mountainside

Deerfield MS — Rory McQuillan

New Providence

New Providence HS — Coleen Preston

New Providence MS — Kristen Potter

Plainfield

Central Jersey Arts School — Corainna Frias

Cook School — Kiantau Darrell

Hubbard MS — Ely Sandoval

Maxon MS — Kevin Jimenez

Plainfield Academy of Arts — Jason Palan; Jasmine Medina

Roselle

Abraham Clark HS — Bryan Williams; Giavanni Shim

Grace Wilday Jr. HS — Bryce Moore

Scotch Plains

Union County Vo-Tech HS — Antonio Bejarano; Gabrielle McCavey

Springfield

FM Gaudineer MS — Ahmed Zaky

Jonathan Dayton HS — Rachel Zolotarsky; Tanya Vernik; Danielle DiFiore

Summit

Oratory Preparatory School — Alex McDonald

Union

Union HS — Steven Trujillo; Kevanique Bennett

Westfield

Edison Intermediate School — Hailey Reilly

Lamberts Mill Academy — Liz Marie Soto

Winfield

Winfield School — Lindsey Caverly

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