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    AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE NP ARTS DEPARTMENTS AT THIS TENUOUS TIME: Let the healing power of art and music soothe your mind and feed your soul. Breathe, smile, enjoy!
     
     
     
    During our distance learning adventure, the visual arts have been alive and well! Please enjoy the galleries above that feature artwork generated by our elementary, middle and high school students during quarantine. 
     
    Kenneth Hess
    Department Head of Fine, Performing and Practical Arts
    Contact: khess@npsdnj.org
    908-464-4700 ext. 1637
     
    Visual and Practical Arts Department
     
    The Visual and Practical Arts are a vital part of the New Providence School District educational program. Our district affords all students the opportunity to experiment and excel in these fields. Students at Allen W. Roberts and Salt Brook Schools receive a well-rounded art education beginning in Kindergarten and progressing through 6th grade. All 7th and 8th grade students continue their early art education through drawing and painting and explore digital art and design through middle school art offerings. In high school, the Department of Visual Arts consists of a wide variety of courses, where students can take introductory classes and progress to higher levels in a given discipline. The Department of Practical Arts offers experiences in technology and design, technology and construction, and culinary and fabric arts. For details regarding specific programs and instructors, please access the staff directory on the left.
     
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    CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR NPHS ARTISTS WHO WERE ACCEPTED INTO THE "FRESH PERSPECTIVES" EXHIBIT AT MORRIS MUSEUM AND RECOGNIZED IN THE CONGRESSIONAL ART COMPETITION!
     
    Field of Friendship
    "Field of Friendship" at Morris Museum's Fresh Perspectives exhibit.
     
    Wind of Hues
    "Wind of Hues" - Third Place winner at Congressional Art Competition, Seventh District.
     
    THANK YOU TO OUR HS ARTISTS AND TO MRS. JOHNSON-TIONGSON FOR THEIR WORK ON THE MEMORY PROJECT. PORTRAITS OF DISADVANTED CHILDREN WERE SENT TO MALAYSIA THROUGH THIS PROGRAM! CHECK OUT THE VIDEO BELOW.
     
     
     
Last Modified on June 15, 2020