In the photo, 2015 Vawter judge David Michael Slonim talks about the Best in Show winner.
Congratulations to all the winners of the 17th Will Vawter Art Show!
Best of Show – Ann Johnson
1st Place – Sylvia Gray
2nd Place – Carol Strock Wasson
3rd Place – Donna Shortt
Mary Ann Davis
Carol Strock Wassen
We feature select Facebook posts here in our News, but you can have immediate access to so much more if you follow us! We have a vibrant and active group of community arts activities which we promote regularly through Facebook.
You should be following Hancock County Arts on Facebook!
Exciting news! The HCA has been nominated for the Greenfield Chamber’s “Non-Profit Community Service Award of the Year”!!! To be presented at their annual meeting and dinner on March 23.
Pre-view opening of Twenty North
The Hancock County Arts and Cultural Council (HCA) Board are excited to announce its new home at 20A North State Street, Greenfield, Indiana 46140. The not-for-profit Hancock County Arts (HCA) will be open for a pre-view of the new space to its members, patrons, and the public this Saturday, December 6th from 11:00a.m. to 5:30p.m., during the downtown Greenfield Christmas Festival. Visitors will be able to see select art from local artists and sip hot chocolate. In addition, Twenty North will also be open Second Friday, December 12th, 2014 5pm to 8pm.
This new space is a very exciting new opportunity for HCA. Possibilities are limitless for Twenty North: gallery shows, art receptions, small music/theatre venue, space for artisan works, classes, workshops, and more.
To become a member or patron of Hancock County Arts contact Jackie Osting.
2015 will be an exciting time as HCA plans for its Grand Opening, Annual Meeting Dessert Reception, and Will Vawter Art Show to name a few events. Follow Hancock County Arts on Facebook and keep coming back to our site as we add to our list of upcoming events.
Steve Smith, Hancock County Arts President, recently presented Clark Ketchum with his permanent membership card, honoring his many years of service to the arts. Clark was instrumental in forming the arts council when he was the Greenfield Parks Director. Steve made the presentation to Clark while visiting with him in Petoskey, Michigan where he now lives. His wife, Grace, is also pictured.