The Huntingdon County Arts Council will celebrate the 250th Anniversary of the Founding of Huntingdon, Pennsylvania with an art exhibit during June 2017. The exhibit is a Call for Entries show, inviting artists to show their interpretation on the theme of the 250 years of Huntingdon, including any and all time periods within the 250 years. The FREE exhibit will open with an artists reception on Friday, June 9from 6 to 8 pm. The FREE exhibit will be open to the public for viewing through June 27 at The Art Space, 212 Fourth Street, in downtown Huntingdon, PA. See details at www.HuntingdonCountyArts.com.
For anyone that would like to DISPLAY their art as part of the exhibit: All media is accepted. Artist can submit their artwork on Tuesday and Wednesday, June 6 and 7 from 4 to 6 pm or by appointment. The exhibit is open to all entries and there is no fee to participate.
The 250th Anniversary of the Founding of Huntingdon, Pennsylvania:
Huntingdon celebrates a big milestone in 2017! We will honor our Huntingdon history as one of the oldest settlements in Pennsylvania through a series of events in 2017; including displays, lectures, gallery exhibits, a parade, community street fairs and walking tours. During the year, we will highlight notable happenings on our 250 year timeline, historic figures that played a large role in shaping who we are today, the charm of our small town, our people and our heritage as a community in Pennsylvania. As part of the commemoration of The 250th Anniversary of the Founding of Huntingdon, Pennsylvania; we will look back and also look towards our bright future. All are welcome. #HdonPA250