Important: COVID-19 Updates

Message from HCCC President Chris Reber – June 24 2020

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A Message of Concern, Caring and Commitment (June 2, 2020)
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Coronavirus Updates (June 1, 2020)
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    • Enjoy Cultural Affairs Events at HCCC
    • HCCC’s Department of Cultural Affairs will continually provide art information and activities for all ages to enjoy whether you are working remotely, learning from home or just want to connect socially with people in our community. Our focus now is the same as it’s always been — ensuring you are experiencing a variety of arts-related educational programs that help unite our greater community. We will continue to provide social interactive experiences by establishing a grander arts online presence during this time while our department and the Dineen Hull Gallery remain closed to the public.

      Please follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and soon on LinkedIn and Twitter as we expand Live from Dineen Hull Gallery. Join us for a Daily Art Dose each day to be inspired by following all of our social media accounts. For monthly updates, sign up for our MailChimp newsletter here.

      For general information, contact: Michelle Vitale at mvitale@hccc.edu.

    • About Hudson County Community College Cultural Affairs

      The mission of the Hudson County Community College Department of Cultural Affairs is to provide supplementary programs to stimulate awareness of the arts and foster creativity. We strive to complement the efforts of HCCC with cultural events, community programs, and educational initiatives. Our goal is to transcend the understanding of visual and performing arts by closing the distance between the experience of art and everyday life in the community we serve.

      Dr Gabert, Artist Stanley Stellar and Hunter O'Hanian, College Art Association President

      In 2015, the College’s President, in consultation with the Board of Trustees, established a Cultural Affairs Task Force comprising involved members of the community, as well as HCCC Trustees, Foundation Board Directors, educators and scholars. The result is a full calendar of arts programs and events each semester, most of which are free of cost, and are held on the College’s Journal Square and North Hudson campuses. Please see below or CLICK HERE to view this season's offerings.