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February Vacation Workshops start next week at HCA!

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Available workshops over February break include Clay Creations Workshop, Ceramics: Wheel Throwing and Theater Fun 101. Register for any of the following workshops here!

Clay Creations Workshop - Grades 2 to 5, ages 7 to 11
Have fun with clay and create winter themed masterpieces. $110 per student.
Feb. 20 - 22
Tuesday - Thursday, 1 - 3pm

HCA Presents: Joan Baldwin "What Is Really Going On?"

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Why is that love seat in the woods? Why are those armchairs and the wall behind them smeared with lipstick? Why is that chicken walking away from that egg and eyeing us like that?

You helped us say "yes" to one more child

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It is so heartening when a donor's $100 gift makes it possible for us to say “yes” to one more child, family, or artist.

Thanks to all of you who support the HCA, especially those who participated in the success of the first HCA Annual Appeal. We are so excited by the generosity and spirit of the entire community.

This support makes a real difference. In the words of a parent:

The Big Tent: HCA Members Show 2018

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January 22 – February 15
Free Reception: Friday, February 2, 6 - 7:30pm
Lotvin Family Gallery

Everyone Fits in THE BIG TENT

A large photo (above) in an ornate gold frame of a young girl walking away into the snow, her purple feathery wings outstretched. (Chelsea Bradway) A life-size copper-colored bust of Einstein inscribed “JUST KIDDING.” (William Moser) A locket on a silver chain holding a miniature landscape painting. (Mary Morano). Welcome to the unpredictable exhibition offering views of the worlds of the artist members of the HCA.

“Rhythm of Love” Cabaret Directed by Alyssa Rae Surrette Musical Director, Eric Balboni

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Enter Stage Left Theater presents “Rhythm of Love” Cabaret, a musical performance of love-themed songs that have been chosen by, and hold special meaning for, each cast member.

Featuring high school performers from Hopkinton and surrounding towns (as well as special appearances by well-known, area performers), this 80-minute production is highly interactive, with cast members “breaking the fourth wall” by sitting with the audience and adding context before and after each number.

Everyone Fits in The Big Tent

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A large photo in an ornate gold frame of a young girl walking away into the snow, her purple feathery wings outstretched. (Chelsea Bradway) A life-size copper-colored bust of Einstein inscribed “JUST KIDDING.” (William Moser) A locket on a silver chain holding a miniature landscape painting. (Mary Morano)

Welcome to the unpredictable exhibition offering views of the worlds of the artist members of the Hopkinton Center for the Arts.

Hopkinton High School Students To Perform at 2018 MMEA All-State Festival

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The following students have been selected to perform at the 2018 Massachusetts Music Educators Association All-State Festival & Concert March 1 - 3 at the Seaport Hotel and Symphony Hall in Boston.

Rachael Chen, 18', Flute
Matthew Dempsey, 19', Chorus
Andrew Keeley, 19', Trombone
Abbey Kelly-Lanser, 19', Chorus
Andrea Liu, 21', Violin
Daniel Moreno, 18', Bass Clarinet
Advait Nene, 20', Bass Clarinet

We thank you for your continued support of the Hopkinton Music program.

Currently, performance times are as follows:

The Lion King JR. at Hopkinton Middle School

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Has the winter weather got your kids feeling a bit "caged up?" Do they yearn to roam free like, I don't know, wild animals on the African savanna?

If so, we've got just the fix: Bring your pride to see The Lion King JR. at the Hopkinton Middle School!

The African savanna comes to life on stage with Simba, Rafiki and an unforgettable cast of characters as they journey from Pride Rock to the jungle and back again, in this inspiring, coming-of-age tale.

Free Stage Lighting Technology Workshop at the HCA

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It's been said that it is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness.

Even better is to attend this weekend's free, Stage Lighting Technology Workshop presented by The MetroWest Theater Artists Guild.

We'll introduce you to all the lighting tech that you're likely to use when working with local community theater groups.

Specifically, you will learn:

Winter Session Registration is Open

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Get out of the cold and join us at the HCA
for new classes starting this January!

Adults looking to try something new will find classes in the fine arts, knitting, sewing, jewelry making, tap, and ceramics. Kids and teens can sign-up for educational and fun classes in acting, ballet, tap, hip-hop, knitting, sewing, group music and our popular ceramics courses.

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