Highlands Art Exhibit kicks off

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— The New Jersey Highlands Coalition and Morris Arts proudly present the 4th Annual Highlands Art Exhibit running from January 26 to March 16 2017. The exhibit kicks off with an opening reception on January 26 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM at the Atrium Gallery in Morristown. The exhibit, featuring an impressive mix of photography, oil and watercolor paintings, focuses on the natural, historic and cultural resources of the New Jersey Highlands. The Atrium Gallery, managed by Morris Arts, is located in the Morris County Administration Building at 10 Court Street in Morristown.

Curated by New Jersey photographer and Coalition trustee Dwight Hiscano, juried by a panel of prominent local artists, and judged by Alexandra Willis, assistant curator for the Morris Museum, the exhibit offers artists an opportunity to reach an even wider audience than in past exhibits. Prizes include gift certificates for framing and art reproduction from Dwight Hiscano Gallery and Swain Galleries, both of Morristown, John Castronovo of Techphoto and Speakeasy Art Gallery, both of Boonton, and Giralda Farms Music & Arts Festival tickets for their June 25, 2017 event. To learn more about the Morris Museum, please visit www.morrismuseum.org. To learn more about Morris Arts, please visit www.morrisarts.org/
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