Roxbury, NJ (December 15, 2016) – Students artwork from Roxbury’s four elementary schools will be on display beginning December 17th through January 31st at the Morris Museum during museum hours.
This is the first year all four schools are participating, giving Roxbury a strong presence at the museum.
Jefferson and Nixon have participated in the show for the past five years, but this is the first time for students in Franklin and Kennedy schools.
The museum asked local schools to design a puzzle piece inspired by a children’s book. Students worked collaboratively to finish these large group projects.
“Roxbury’s young artists learned the importance of working together to accomplish something great,” shared elementary art teachers, Izzy Speronza and Rose Abbey.
Parents, families, and community members are encouraged to visit the museum to check out these art pieces in the main gallery.
Tickets can be purchased from the Morris Museum for $7-$10 dollars. Discounts are available on the museum’s website.
For more information, please visit www.morrismuseum.org.
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