The Hingham Arts Alliance is excited to invite you to our second annual pARTy for the Arts! Join us on Saturday, March 23rd at 7:00pm for an evening of cocktails, lite fare, silent auction, raffles, and connecting with local supporters of the arts in Hingham.
All money raised will support the Hingham Arts Alliance mission to enhance support, advocacy and awareness for the arts in our schools and community.
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Our mission is to enhance support, advocacy and awareness for the arts in our schools and community.
We believe that a robust arts curriculum and a vibrant, creative community are markers of a healthy town. Investment in the arts is more important than ever, for our kids, our schools and our town.
Click here for a list of our board members.
HINGHAM HIGH ARTS PATHWAY PROGRAM
The Hingham Arts Alliance is proud to provide funding for the Arts Pathway Program at Hingham High. Launched as a pilot program in September 2023, the Pathway applies a community-based approach to help Hingham High students cultivate a passion and appreciation for the Fine and Performing Arts. Through professional and school art events, community building, mentorship, coursework, and career-oriented opportunities, students will develop skills that will enable them to grow enthusiasm for the arts in High School and beyond. Students who complete the Arts Pathway Program will receive a certificate that reflects significant study in the arts on their final transcript. Interested students should reach out to Ms. Bellis, Ms. Papuga, or Mr. Cincotta.
Our first ever Arts in Action: College and Career panel discussion was a hit!
Our panel of HHS young alumni who are studying or working in arts had fantastic advice for HHS students looking to continue their creative lives after graduation. Thank you Ally Donnelly for moderating this not-to-be missed discussion!
HINGHAM HIGH ART CLUB
The talented students of the Hingham High Art Club brightened the walls of their school with this cheerful mural, sponsored by the HAA.
The HAA supported the Hingham Middle School’s Cultural Enrichment committee’s energetic and educational assembly, “The History of Hip Hop” featuring Illstyle and Peace Productions. Illstyle and Peace Productions is a multicultural dance company whose work uses the movement and spirit of Hip Hop to deliver a positive message of individual expression.
The HAA collaborated with the PTOs of East, Foster, Plymouth River and South Schools to bring theater to some of our youngest learners. An enthusiastic audience of KIA and kindergarten students from all four elementary schools was treated to Theater Works USA’s performance of The Pout Pout Fish, a story about happiness and the role of purpose in making a life meaningful.
HINGHAM ARTS WALK 2023
Hingham’s got talent! The Hingham Arts Alliance brought music, dance, and theater to the streets of Hingham at the Downtown Association's Annual Arts Walk. Thank you to the Hingham High Drama Club, Missy’s Movement, Commonwealth Music, Jessie Stiglich School of Music, Spotlight Music and Theatre Company, Hingham High Drama, and Ed Sorrentino and The South Shore Conservatory for a truly feel-good afternoon!
HAA AT THE HINGHAM HARBOR CELEBRATION
We love being a part of all things community. What a blast we had making sand art with kids from all over the South Shore!
HINGHAM 4TH OF JULY PARADE
The Hingham 4th of July Parade is a treasured town celebration, and for the second year in a row, the HAA made sure our Arts Community was part of the tradition. This year, our “Most Unique” prize-winning float featured the cast of Kids Cabaret’s Wizard of Oz. Check us out around minute 23:00 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-q6G9-Zi0Hc and keep an eye out for our 2024 float to see who we feature next!
Hingham Arts Alliance sponsored a unique experience for a group of Ms. Rose Papuga's Ceramics Students. The class visited the home studio of Hingham Artist Don Whitney to participate in a Raku firing. Senior Julia O'Dwyer describes the process as well as the camaraderie that developed by the students over the course of the afternoon.
AN EVENING WITH HAA
The HAA hosted a meet and greet with our new HPS Fine Arts Director, Ms. Joann Bellis.
Our community came together to promote the arts on our first ever float, "Art History Happens Here: Hingham Artists, Past, Present and Future."
THANK YOU SPONSORS!
Yvette and Jon Kanter
Donna M. Kletjian 2014 Charitable Lead Trust
WD. and JG. McCoy Family Foundation, Inc.
Ann Marie and Frank Schembri
Katie and Chris Daly
Margit and Mike Foley
The Moran Family
Michelle and Andy Ayer
The Germain Family
Hingham Cultural Council
Sophia and Frank Klopas
Kim and Brian McGeoghegan
Maria and Greg Murphy
The Pace Family
The Chamberlain Family
Chrissy and Jason Roberts
Mark and Theresa Sandler and Family
The Warhaftig Family
The Yates Family
Deirdre and Dave Anderson
The Bevens Family
Laura and Kevin Concannon
Joy and Ken Foraste
The Ni Family
Jennifer Sacco Smith and Family
The Torrey Family
Mary-Elizabeth and Chris Wing
THE HINGHAM ARTS ALLIANCE IS A 501(C)(3) ORGANIZATION!
We need your support!
Please consider donating to help us bring attention to the amazing creative work taking place in our community, to augment the resources in our schools, and to sponsor cultural events that the whole community can enjoy.
Any amount is greatly appreciated, and we provide special recognition to donations at certain levels.
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