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With our mission to celebrate art in the everyday, why not include the Art of Shopping Local?

The Art of Shopping Local is part of our member benefits and a way that we can give back to the supportive business community in the greater Hopewell Valley. By partnering with valued participating businesses, the HV Arts Council can offer our members discounts and specials. Find out which businesses are participating!

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The HV Arts Council celebrates and creates “art in the everyday” and nurtures a vibrant, creative, and involved community through artistic events and major initiatives. You can support us with offering donation, serving as a volunteer, or becoming a member or sponsor.

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Hopewell Valley Arts CouncilMonday, May 21st, 2018 at 11:53am
Compassion, Kindness & Artistry, Quilt Show Opening Reception, THURS 5/31 6-7:30pm, at Capital Health Medical Center – Hopewell, Capital Health’s Arts & Healing Committee and the Hopewell Valley Art Council present “Compassion, Kindness & Artistry,” a show of work by the Newtown Quilters Guild (NQ). INVESTORS BANK ART & HEALING GALLERY -Capital Health Medical Center – Hopewell, One Capital Way, Pennington, NJ 08534 - LOCATED IN THE 2ND FLOOR ATRIUM.
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Hopewell Valley Arts Council updated their cover photo.Monday, May 21st, 2018 at 11:19am
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Hopewell Valley Arts CouncilSaturday, May 19th, 2018 at 10:09am
Pennington Day is on! We’re at Howe Commons until 4pm. Visit us and check out Demo carvers Stan Saperstein and Scott Fulmer! #hvartscouncil
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Hopewell Valley Arts CouncilFriday, May 18th, 2018 at 4:08pm
SAT 5/19 is Pennington Day and we’re kicking off our newest initiative, Out of the Ashes: Art Emerging from Fallen Trees, commemorating the devastating loss of the ash tree, one of the primary native trees in Hopewell Valley. And it starts with a CALL FOR ARTISTS in “A Slice of Art” is the first art program associated with this initiative!

Ash wood will abound with opportunities to view and make art, watch live carving demonstrations, and learn more about the emerald ash borer and about our year-long events celebrating as art emerges Out of the Ashes.

Come visit us on the Howe Commons lawn at 65 South Main Street in Pennington, next to the music stage and “food court,” on 5/19, from 10am - 4pm.
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Hopewell Valley Arts CouncilMonday, May 14th, 2018 at 9:35am
Join us! SAT 5/19 for Pennington Day with an artful takeover on the Howe Commons lawn, at 65 South Main Street in Pennington, next to the music stage and “food court” from 10am - 4pm.

This year, we're kicking off a new initiative, Out of the Ashes: Art Emerging from Fallen Trees, to commemorate the devastating loss of the ash tree, one of the primary native trees in Hopewell Valley. On 5/19, we’ll have a manual shingle cutter cut ash wood into shingles, and kids of all ages are invited to paint the shingles along with wood discs. Two local wood carvers, Stan Saperstein and Scott Fulmer, will also be stationed on Howe Commons throughout the day demonstrating live wood carving and showing projects at various stages of completion. Plus, visit us at the HV Arts Council tent at Howe Commons to find out more about our upcoming art- and culture-related events and receive 10% off membership. #hvarts #hvartscouncil #hopewellvally #penningtonnj #penningtonday2018 #hvoutoftheashes
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Hopewell Valley Arts CouncilSunday, May 13th, 2018 at 3:19pm
We’ll be at Pennington Day next SAT 5/19 10am-4pm but our friends at The Pennington School are kicking off celebrations a day early! Join for a “Family Picnic” with a with hot dogs, chips, and soft drinks provided on FRI 5/18 from 5-7pm on the front lawn at 112 West Delaware Ave, Pennington, NJ #hvarts #hvartscouncil #artlocal #penningtonnj #penningtonday2018

Thanks to our members, sponsors, community partners, and fellow art-lovers!
 

MCC&HC Logo This program is made possible, in part, by the Mercer County Cultural and Heritage Commission through funding from the Mercer County Board of Chosen Freeholders, and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment of the Arts.

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