Trio of Perry Browne artists’ work to be displayed in New York City

NORWICH – For a second straight year, art students at Perry Browne Elementary School have been selected to participate in the Big Screen Project initiative – in partnership with Artsonia, the “world’s largest kids’ art museum” – which aims to promote art, culture and entertainment in a very public way.

Fifth graders Katie Doliver, Robert Hayden Faucett and Zachary Mills – whose artwork can be found online at – will represent Perry Browne, one of the “few elite schools across the nation” to participate in the creative initiative, according to Perry Browne Art Teacher Kathy Pfeifer.

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