- Associated Press - Saturday, May 3, 2014

PETERBOROUGH, N.H. (AP) - An exhibit designed to strengthen the artistic development of New Hampshire high school students is now open at the New Hampshire Institute of Art’s Sharon Arts Center.

The exhibit features the work of students from across the state who were asked to submit drawings, paintings, photographs and other art. The goal was to give young artists experience with the process of preparing work and submitting it for a juried show.

Participants are eligible for cash prizes, and the New Hampshire Institute of Art will award $1,500 to a graduating senior.

The exhibition runs through June 14 at the arts center in Peterborough.

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