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SALON REDUX Press Release

SALON REDUX Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 7, 2017 Press Release and Photo Caption TICKETS ON SALE FOR HOPEWELL VALLEY ARTS COUNCIL MARCH GALA SALON REDUX PROMISES TO BE A UNIQUE, FUN AND CREATIVE EVENING   PHOTO CAPTION The Hopewell Valley Arts Council invites everyone to their 2017 gala, Salon Redux, to be held Saturday, March 25 at […]

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2nd Annual aMAZing Pumpkin Carve Winners Announced. “Freedom Pumpkin” Wins Best in Show

2nd Annual aMAZing Pumpkin Carve Winners Announced. “Freedom Pumpkin” Wins Best in Show

“Freedom Pumpkin” Wins “Best in Show” at Second Annual aMAZing Pumpkin Carve Hopewell Valley Arts Council Announces Winning Artists of Second Annual aMAZing Pumpkin Carve PENNINGTON, NJ October 13, 2016— A giant pumpkin dramatically carved with clasped arms reaching around its circumference and inscribed with the words, “Unite for Freedom and Rights” has been named […]

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aMAZing Pumpkin Carve Media Advisory

aMAZing Pumpkin Carve Media Advisory

Contact: Carol Lipson, Hopewell Valley Arts Council Program Director Carol.lipson@hvartscouncil.org 609-281-5887 Tracy Meyer, Hopewell Valley Arts Council Communications tracy@tracywmeyer.com —MEDIA ADVISORY— The Hopewell Valley Arts Council’s 2nd Annual aMAZing Pumpkin Carve To Be Held on Grounds of Howell Living History Farm Corn Maze, Oct 7-10 and Oct 14-16, 2016 The Media Is Invited to October […]

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Hopewell Valley Arts Council Awards Scholarships for Second Year

Hopewell Valley Arts Council Awards Scholarships for Second Year

Hopewell Valley Central High School “Class of 2016” Graduates Recognized in the Arts PENNINGTON, NJ July 1, 2016—For a second year, the Hopewell Valley Arts Council (@hvartscouncil) has awarded scholarships to four outstanding graduating seniors of Hopewell Valley Central High School. At a reception for this year’s winners and their parents, Arts Council President Randee […]

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2015 Scholarship Winners

2015 Scholarship Winners

The Hopewell Valley Arts Council is pleased to announce its first round of scholarships awarded to graduating seniors from Hopewell Valley Central High School. At a reception for the winners and their parents at the Council’s June 10, 2015 board meeting, four students were recognized for their creative accomplishments and ambitions and awarded $500 scholarships. […]

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Introducing Executive Director David Miller

Introducing Executive Director David Miller

Following the great success of the Stampede, the inaugural project of the Hopewell Valley Arts Council, the Council is pleased to announce the hire of David Miller as its first executive director.  Serving Hopewell Valley, comprised of Hopewell Township and the boroughs of Hopewell and Pennington; the Council, which started just two years ago, is […]

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‘Ox’tion Gala’ at Grounds for Sculpture features first-place ‘Think Inside the Ox’

‘Ox’tion Gala’ at Grounds for Sculpture features first-place ‘Think Inside the Ox’

By Janet Purcell | For The Times of Trenton on January 20, 2015 at 9:30 AM, updated January 20, 2015 at 9:35 AM By now, most everyone in this region’s art community knows about the Hopewell Valley Arts Council’s 69 fiberglass oxen that were given artistic personalities by local artists and spent weeks on display throughout Hopewell Valley. […]

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Finale Video

Finale Video

On October 19, 2014, the Stampede Finale was held on the grounds of Hopewell Elementary School. The party celebrated the end of the Stampede’s public art exhibit, and the winners of the online auction were announced. Video journalist John Bauwen was on hand to capture the excitement and sentiments of the event. You can watch the […]

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Sale of decorated oxen nets $73K for Hopewell Valley Arts Council

Sale of decorated oxen nets $73K for Hopewell Valley Arts Council

By Brendan McGrath | Times of Trenton  Email the author | Follow on Twitter on October 21, 2014 at 3:21 PM The colorful oxen that have lined Hopewell Valley’s landscape since August are turning the local arts council green to the tune of $73,000. The money, raised by auctioning off 33 of 69 decorated fiberglass oxen, will be used by […]

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Meet Luke, the Celtic Ox

Meet Luke, the Celtic Ox

TITUSVILLE, N. J. – Come meet Luke, the Celtic Ox, and hear local artist-chaplain Terry Galvin Anderson discuss the artistic and religious inspirations behind the life-sized bovine statue she painted, now “prancing” on the sloping front lawn of the Titusville United Methodist Church, as part of Hopewell Valley’s current “stampede” of 68 oxen, each a […]

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