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Hoover students capture both NJPAC Fall and Late-Winter Art Exhibition places

Hoover 4th grader, Racheal Hurtarte’s Winslow Homer inspired waterscape represented Hoover School at the extremely competitive, juried Art Educators of New Jersey Fall Art Exhibition 2017. Out of several hundred student artworks sent in from across the State of New Jersey, only 30 were chosen to hang in the stately Victoria Gallery within the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC). Pictured below is Racheal’s artwork as well as a photo of Ms. Anolik with Racheal at the AENJ/NJPAC award ceremony.

Hoover 4th grader, Renso Abreu’s self-portrait was also chosen to represent Hoover School in the equally as competitive Art Educators of New Jersey/NJPAC Late Winter Art Exhibition 2018. Out of several hundred student artworks sent in from across the State of NJ, only 30 were chosen to hang in the Victoria Gallery within the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC).  Pictured below is Renso’s self-portrait.

 

Rachael's Artwork

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Rachael H. poses with Ms. Anolik at NJPAC Fall Art Exhibition

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Renso Abreu's self-portrait hangs in the Victoria Gallery inside NJPAC at the Late-Winter Show

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