ABOUT US

Huntington Valley Arts Inc. is a non-profit organization devoted to the development of contemporary arts and the preservation of rural crafts in the Huntington Valley area. It is our mission to contribute to the community by offering educational opportunities and exhibitions in appreciation and celebration of these arts and artisans.

Meet Our Board Members

HVA has had a deep connection to their community since their start in 1998.

Dear Community Members, if you have pictures of any of the events below, please email them to huntingtonvalleyarts@gmail.com with as many details as you can. We’d love to add them to our site. Thank you!

  • 1998

    The First Huntington Valley Arts Festival

  • 1999

    May: Huntington Valley Arts, Inc. incorporated with the state of Vermont

    September: Second Annual Living Arts Festival

    December: HVA began discussion of the possible renovation and use of the Huntington Town Hall as a shared arts center with gallery space.

  • 2000

    March: HVA received advance ruling for 501 (c)(3) nonprofit status from the IRS

    May: HVA potluck dinner/music night for artisans and families held at the Audubon barn

    September: Third Annual Living Arts Festival

  • 2001

    January: HVA supported Live at the Bread music series (at Daily Bread) with a grant for publicity; HVA donor advised grant to support after school clay workshops at Brewster Pierce

    April: HVA cosponsored and Odyssey of the Mind fundraiser

    June: HVA sponsored the application for a license with the FCC for a low power radio service, a LP100station as proposed by Jack Fleischer and Eldin Kelley

    June: HVA awarded a grant in support of “Spirit of Place” sculpture exhibit

    September: Fourth Annual Living Arts Festival

  • 2002

    January: HVA designated donor grant to fund after school clay workshops at Brewster Pierce

    May: HVA grant to help fund Tai Chi workshops at Brewster Pierce

    June: HVA sponsored a booth for local artisans at the Richmond Farmer’s Market

    September: Fifth Annual Living Arts Festival

    October: HVA participated in the Richmond Business Association Open House

    October: HVA sponsored Music and Movement Artists. inResidence at Brewster Pierce

  • 2003

    January: HVA supported the drama production at CHMS with funding for set design

    January: HVA designated donor grant to fund after school clay workshops at Brewster Pierce

    April: HVA grant for children’s weaving workshops

    September: Sixth Annual Living Arts Festival

    November: HVA supported Movement and Creative dance residency at Brewster Pierce

  • 2004

    January: HVA designated donor grant to fund after school clay workshops at Brewster Pierce

    April: HVA sponsored after school programs at CHMS

    September: Seventh Annual Living Arts Festival

  • 2005

    June: HVA grant in support of Buddy Dubay and the Minor Key

    September: HVA participation in the Richmond Area Business Association’s Open House/ Festival

    December: HVA grant to Danielle Sertz in support. of the writing and informal reading of her play “Ruining My Apocalypse”

  • 2006

    May: HVA grant to support “Arts in the Library” workshop series at Huntington Town Library

    August: HVA sponsorship of Valley Stage

    September: Eighth Living Arts Festival

  • 2007

    January: HAV grant to Eldin Kelley for summer Jazz improvisation workshops and concert

  • 2008

    August: HVA sponsorship of Valley Stage

    September: Ninth Living Arts Festival

    October: HVA grant to support Mudtime Theater production of “Mildred Taken Crazy”

  • 2009 

    March: HVA grant to On the Rise bakery in support of local music

    September: Tenth Living Arts Festival

  • 2010

    January: HVA grant to help create appropriate display lighting for gallery space at the Huntington Town Library

    May: Open Studio Group Show at the Fuller House 

    August: HVA sponsorship of Valley Stage

    September: HVA grant to Dan Giangreco in support of Arts and Agriculture Commons

  • 2011

    May: Open Studio group show at the Fuller House

    August: HVA sponsorship Valley Stage

    August: Cheap Art show at On the Rise in support of local music

  • 2012

    May: Open Studio Group show at the Fuller House

    June: HeArts for Hunger art exhibit and sale to benefit Richmond Food Shelf

  • 2013

    January: Valentine making workshops, exhibit and sale to benefit Richmond Food Shelf

    March: HVA grant to HAddie Webster in support of her film production of “The Five”

    April: HVA fundraiser at the Williston Brick Church Concert series

  • 2014

    January: Valentine making workshops, exhibit and sale to benefit the Richmond Food Shelf

    May: Open Studio Group Show at Fuller House

  • 2015

    April: HVA support for after school art program at Brewster Pierce

    May: Open Studio Group Show at the Fuller House

  • 2016

    March: Children and Family Art Day at Brewster Pierce

    April: HVA grant in support of the artist in residence puppet making at Brewster Pierce

    May: Open Studio Group Show at the Fuller House

    October: HVA grant in support of artist in residence program lantern making at Richmond Elementary

  • 2017

    March: Make Art Day, family fun at Brewster Pierce Elementary School

    May: Open Studio Group Show at the Fuller House

    October: Arts Fair with the Huntington Town Hall Committee

  • 2018

    March: Make Art Day, family fun at Brewster Pierce Elementary School

    April: Grant to Community Senior Center of Richmond, Huntington and Bolton to buy tools and equipment to start up an art program

    May: Open Studio Group Show at the Fuller House

    October: Arts Fair with the Huntington Town Hall Committee

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