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Art Walk Huntingdon to Feature Fiber ArtsFest Teachers

As part of Art Walk Huntingdon, a number of teachers from this coming weekend’s Fiber ArtsFest will be demonstrating some of their craft and projects. Come join us from 5 to 8 pm on Thursday, September 15 for this opportunity. Teacher schedule: 5 pm Yvonne Wilson 6 pm Marie Campbell & Shelley Shaffer 7 pm

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Mythologies in the Narratives Exhibit Opens September 9

An Opening Reception will be held today, Friday, September 9 from 6 to 8 pm for the exhibit Mythologies in the Narratives. The exhibit features paintings by J.E. Crum. Her paintings and drawings exaggerate color and combine imagery to tell personal narratives central to the artist’s experience. Crum’s work draws inspiration from a range of fantasy creatures and mythical beings, questioning the depiction of women

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Pennsylvania Heritage Musician to be Awarded to George Putt

At this year’s festival, Greenwood Furnace Folk Gathering will honor Hesston resident George Putt as the 2016 Pennsylvania Heritage Musician. George Putt started playing music in grade school, and has always had a passion for music. Seven years ago George and his wife Sandy started hosting a jam at their home in Huntingdon County every

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Free Events at Greenwood Furnace Folk Gathering

The 12th annual Greenwood Furnace Folk Gathering kicks off today at Greenwood Furnace State Park to share and enjoy folk music. The weekend is full of workshops, concerts and a contradance. While musicians will want to sign up the full weekend of events (fee required, although individual workshops can also be purchased), there are 5 events

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Inaugural Art Walk Huntingdon Set for Thursday, September 15, 5 to 8 pm

An exciting new art promotion is set for beginning the third Thursday of every month, starting Thursday, September 15, from 5 to 8 pm. Art Walk Huntingdon is a special event celebrating the arts at local venues & businesses. Look for Art Walk flags for participating venues. The Arts Council’s event will feature demonstrations and interactions with some

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Call for Entries: October Theme Show Open to All Artists

Once again, the Huntingdon County Arts Council invites all artists to submit to their work based on a theme for an exhibit this October. The theme this year is Explore, Reclaim and Conserve: Huntingdon County. McVeytown native and pioneering environmentalist Joseph Trimble Rothrock (1839 to 1922) was the father of Pennsylvania forestry and inspired our theme with his

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Director’s Cut: Take Two Exhibit Open Until Tuesday, August 30

A director’s cut is a specially edited creative work that represents the director’s own approved edit. While we are constantly curating works created by other artists, this show puts the Huntingdon County Art Council’s own board of directors on the spot showcasing our personal creations for public view. ARTISTS’ OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, August 19, 6-8pm ART

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Arts Council Awards Arts in Ed Grants

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The Huntingdon County Arts Council is pleased to award its first Arts in Education grant! The grant is awarded for Mud Mobile, a project spearheaded by Bethany Benson at Juniata College to establish a mobile ceramics project that will bring ceramic arts and art education experiences to local Huntingdon County Students.

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Exhibit Hours

The Art Space, at 212 Fourth Street in Huntingdon, is home to monthly exhibits. During each exhibit, The Art Space is open: Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays 12 – 6 pm. Saturdays 10 am – 4 pm.

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Dave Berger

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