Huron Valley Council for the Arts

  February HVCA Opening James Parker
Meet the Artist
Friday, February 6, 2015 

Photographer James Parker

Stories Told in Things Left Behind
A Disappearing American Landscape
Exhibit Opening!

Meet photographer James Parker and view his photographic journey through the Great Plains and the Midwest that chronicles the decline of our agrarian heritage and documents the hamlets, communities and culture of the West. View the haunting and beautiful images that capture sweeping western vistas, quirky artifacts & architectural details which highlight his work.

Complimentary Refreshments and free admission.
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Kettle Concert

  Kitty Donohoe Kettle Concert, Feb 14
The Kettle Concerts
Saturday, February 14, 2015 
Kitty Donohoe

Based in Ann Arbor, Emmy recipient Kitty Donohoe draws from her Irish heritage as well as her American roots in her music, which is rich, earthy and compelling, making good use of her gifts for storytelling, her love of language, and her ear for melody.

Sip & Dip Charity Paint Party!
Thursday, February 19 2015 
Tea Time: 1 PM
Wine Time: 7 PM

Join us in helping to 'Fight Hunger" with Community Sharing, Empty Bowls Project and Highland Adult Activity Center. Enjoy beverages, snacks and good fun while painting an 'Empty Bowl". Everything you need is supplied including the bowls, paint, and instuctors. Paint what you want or use one the many stencils or paint a design lead by one of HVCA fine artists. 

Your painted bowl will then be your adimission to The Empty Bowl Gala at Bakers of Milford on May 31, Noon to 3 PM! For more info visit:

Purchase your tickets online now or at Huron Valley Council for the Arts

Tea Time 1 PM
Includes Tea, Scones & More
Wine Time 7 PM
Includes Wine, Cheeses & More




To donate to HVCA

205 West Livingston Road
Highland Michigan 48357

Based in western Oakland County, Huron Valley Council for the Arts is committed to working with and supporting activities of established and aspiring visual and performing artists and organizations, located in and around western Oakland County.

248 - 889 -8660

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