• DOCA Summer 2017
  • Cultural Affairs Highlights

    DOCA Studio Tours

    Dineen Hull Gallery Summer Artist Studio Tour-FREE and open to the public!

    Complementary to the Collect Hudson exhibition, HCCC Department of Cultural Affairs is organizing a summer-long tour showcasing Collect Hudson artists’ studios and other galleries in the Hudson area. Up-to-date information on our summer tour is available at http://www.hccc.edu/cultural-affairs.

    Free Gallery Tours - FREE and open to the public!

    DOCA welcomes Hudson County community members, organizations, businesses, and school groups to enjoy our cultural programs at the College. Groups of six to thirty visitors are invited to a FREE forty five-minute tour of our current summer exhibition in the Dineen Hull Gallery. For more information, please contact: mvitale@hccc.edu.

    Mentorship Program

    Hudson County Community College’s Department of Cultural Affairs believes that quality mentoring relationships have powerful positive effects on young adults both personally and professionally. Our interns will be making creative decisions, connecting with artists, assisting in all aspects of our programs and exhibitions, and contributing to the daily operations of our office and gallery while shadowing our staff. This is a great opportunity to bolster your resume and gain hands-on experience in arts management. Open to all Hudson County residents ages 18 – 25. To apply for this summer mentorship program, please email gallery@hccc.edu.

    Dancing with the Faculty of Hudson County Community College

    Are you an HCCC faculty member who loves to dance? Do you have a passion for ballroom dancing? Did you grow up wanting to be in the spotlight? If you answered yes for all three, kindly contact the gallery@hccc.edu.

    Collectors Club

    HCCC invites community members to become a part of our Collectors Club. The practice of art collecting is a rewarding and fulfilling commitment. Whether you are experienced or a novice, serious or recreational, we would love to help you cultivate and broaden your artistic tastes. The Collectors Club at Dineen Hull Gallery will meet on alternating months throughout the year.

    Teacher as Artist

    DOCA is hosting a year-long exhibition that celebrates the creativity of educators in Hudson County and will offer solo show opportunities in both North Hudson and Journal Square Campus libraries. The exhibitions will run from September 2017 through May 2018. This opportunity is open to all educators of all grade levels who live or work in Hudson County. For more information and to submit work, email mvitale@hccc.edu with “submission” as the subject.