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The Hutchinson Art Center regretfully announces the resignation of its Executive Director, Patrick Calvillo, effective October 1st, 2020.
The Hutchinson Art Center (HAC) is seeking visual art submissions in a variety of media, such as photography, painting, illustration, or mixed media for an upcoming juried exhibition titled “Dialogue Reconstructed - Celebrating Diversity Through Art.”
Julian Liby is a native of Hutchinson, Kansas, and is currently pursuing his Master of Arts in Communication from Wichita State University. The son of a professional photographer, Julian did not develop a passion for photography until he had moved out on his own for college, something his dad thought was oddly timed, but cool, nonetheless.
We are excited to announce our collaboration with Stage 9 and Blue Barn Productions to bring the Hutchinson community an original production, "Hutchinson: The Pandemic!" This will be an all-ages virtual dinner theatre with food provided by Mi Tierra!
The Hutchinson Art Center is pleased to present Eufloria, a virtual exhibit by Michal Jilg and Leon Staab, of Hays, Kansas. This exhibit begins on our website April 24th at 5:00 p.m. All of the artwork is for sale and prices will be listed. Contact us through email at hutchartcenter@gmail.com if you are interested in purchasing a piece. The exhbition will end May 24, 2020.
The Hutchinson Art Center wants to take this moment and wish you and your loved ones all the best during this difficult time. The Art Center has taken this opportunity to boost our social media presence and online events and with following the social distancing mandate, we are still dedicated to bringing you the gift of art to you and your family.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have postponed the production of Harvey. It was originally scheduled for April 23-16, 2020, however, the restrictions in place limit the opportunity to rehearse and perform on the original schedule.
Family Community Theatre's Schedule
Linda J. Ging was born in 1941 in Hutchinson, Kansas. She is an American Transcendentalist who has worked in quiet obscurity for nearly thirty years. Her paintings, rooted in the immense spaces and changing skies of rural Kansas, are not landscapes. They are not about things. They are dust, astral dust. Linda J. Ging’s paintings are loved and collected worldwide.
For the past several years the Family Community Theatre has conducted an event for the children of the community in conjunction with the major musical.
This year The Cat in the Hat and many other characters from Seussical will host an Seussical Kids' Event on February 1, 2020.
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