WARWICK, R.I. (AP) _ The winner of an art competition in Rhode Island's 2nd Congressional District whose work will be displayed on Capitol Hill for a year is set to be announced.
Democratic Rep. James Langevin on Sunday will announce the three top winners in the 2013 Congressional Art Competition. Students from Coventry, Cranston, North Kingstown, Providence, Scituate, West Warwick, Warwick and Westerly participated.
The winning work was selected by a panel from the Warwick Museum of Art. It will be displayed along with winning works from other congressional districts in an exhibition in a pedestrian walkway leading to the U.S. Capitol.
Members of Congress conduct the art competition in their districts every year.
The winner in Langevin's district last year was a student from Cranston High School East.