Gottheimer Hosts Congressional Art Competition Showcase, Celebrates North Jersey Students

May 02, 2018
Press

Yesterday, Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) hosted a showcase of 75 submissions in the Congressional Art Competition at The Hermitage in Ho-Ho-Kus. Gottheimer joined high school artists who have submitted art to the annual competition and their families at the museum to view their submissions in a gallery setting.

Dozens of talented high school artists from across North Jersey have submitted their art for a chance to have their work displayed in the U.S. Capitol for a year and to win a trip to Washington courtesy of Southwest Airlines through this annual competition.

Residents of the Fifth District are invited to vote online for their favorite pieces to help Gottheimer select this year’s winner. Voting closes Saturday, May 5th.

Below: Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) with competitors from the 2018 Congressional Art Competition.


Contestants include:
Alex Kwon, Closter
Alexandra Stojackovic, Hamburg
Alyssa Bermejo, Washington
Anyssa Melrlini, Dumont
Ashley Chung, Closter
Ashley Yae, Old Tappan
Bohyun Koo, Old Tappan
Cailey Pokrzywa, Hamburg
Caroline Forte, River Edge
Caroline Kim, Hamburg
Cassandra Kull, Franklin
Christian Manansala, Hackensack
Clara Lee, Unfailing Friend, Closter
Dina Novachevska, West Milford
Eileen Van Kirk, West Milford
Elias Hansen, West Milford
Emily Mogollon, Hackensack
Erica Chung, Paramus
Erli Lin, Old Tappan
Fatema Aziz, Hackensack
Haley Griffin, Wyckoff
Huiyang Chen, River Vale
Jada Hill, Hamburg
Jadelynne Lugtu, Hackensack
Jordana Stelzer, Teaneck
Joseph Lema, Hackensack
Joshua Ristovski, Rochelle Park
Juliana Newell, Hackensack
Kang Hyun Ryu, River Edge
Keun Jae Kwon, Old Tappan
Kira Alemy, Hamburg
Lana Papanyan, Mahwah
Laura Pachon, Hackensack
Madison McManus-Davis, Fredon
Maggie Reid, Hamburg
Meghan Mundt, Hackettstown
Mical Davila, Hackensack
Mike McNaught, Waldwick
Minseo Bae, Northvale
Morgann Brown, Hackensack
Nadja Harrison, Hackensack
Natalia Pravata, Hackensack
Nina Greco, Rochelle Park
Patrick Hanley, Lafayette
Raevyn Ruano, Hackensack
Renqi Zhang, Closter
Ryan Morales, Maywood
Sabrina Vanderwiele, Midland Park
Seoyeon Lee, Norwood
Shiyao Wu, River Vale
Sienna Klotz, Hamburg
Soyoung Cho, River Vale
Sumin Chung, Norwood
Tyrie Taylor, Hackensack
Victoria Cooper, Andover
Yang Tang, Old Tappan
Zoe Shea, Glen Rock

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