HURLEYVILLE, NY — The Hurleyville Arts Centre proudly unveiled a new name and logo in celebration of its first season as an independent community-supported arts center. Incubated since 2016 by …
HURLEYVILLE, NY — The Hurleyville Arts Centre proudly unveiled a new name and logo in celebration of its first season as an independent community-supported arts center. Incubated since 2016 by the Center for Discovery, it will now be a separate entity known as the Hurleyville Performing Arts Centre, and will sport a new logo designed by Hudson Valley Advertising. HPAC will continue to screen the latest popular movies, host dance classes, live performances and workshops, and will work to expand its offerings in 2020 and beyond. It will continue to operate Gallery222, and will also operate a new restaurant and culinary education center slated to open this fall.
“We are designing HPAC as a hub for creativity for all residents of Hurleyville, Sullivan County, the Catskills and beyond,” says Janet Carrus, founder and President of the HPAC Board of Directors. HPAC’s other board members, Peggy O’Neill and Stephen Ham, bring decades of experience in nonprofit management and fundraising to the new organization.
Upcoming events at HPAC include a Voguing Workshop with the Hetrick Martin Institute on Friday, March 13, and “Fantastic Fungi,” a film screening, held Thursday, March 26. Disney’s Mulan will premiere on Friday, March 27 and HPAC will host an Indian music concert for Mother’s Day, May 10. A ribbon cutting to celebrate HPAC’s first independent season is scheduled for Thursday, May 7.
For more information, visit www.hurleyvilleartscentre.org.