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HILLSBOROUGH: Six students to show their art at Phillips Mill on next two weekends

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The Phillips’ Mill Community Association will host its third youth art exhibition in January.
Each year the show has become an even bigger success with last year’s show having a higher attendance, more schools participating and almost $900 in awards given to local school students.
Two years ago Phillips’ Mill decided to build on the success of its adult art exhibition, which is now in its 86th year. Just as the adult show solicits participation from artist within a 25-mile radius of the mill along the Delaware River in Tinicum Township, the youth art show solicits art from schools located within the same radius.
Hillsborough will be one of the 14 schools, both public and private, from Pennsylvania and New Jersey to participate. Among the other schools are New Hope-Solebury, The Solebury School, Hunterdon Central, Ewing High School, Stuart Country Day School, The Pennington School and the Hun School.
The art department at each school will choose 9 student works for the exhibition. The exhibited art will include two- and three-dimensional works in painting, watercolor, collage, pastel, graphite, digital art, photography and sculpture. Cash prizes will be determined by juror Guy Ciarcia, a classically trained artist.
The youth art exhibition continues to be open to the public on weekends Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 6-7 and Feb 13-14 from 1 to 5 p.m. at the historic Phillips’ Mill, 2619 River Road, two miles north of New Hope, Pa. For information, call 215-862-0582 or visit www.phillipsmill.org. 

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