News & Notes
After the business meeting in October, we had an informal look at Instagram for artists. If you’re new to Instagram, you can grab the four-page handout here:https://www.visualrealia.com/articles/2020/10/27/instagram-for-the-artistRead More . . . .
To provide our classroom with common art supplies, we are making a donation wish list available through Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/24BMA5LODKRUB?&sort=default Just as you would purchase items for yourself, you may choose an item or items from the list and place them in your Amazon shopping cart. When checking out, there will be an option to ship the items directly to the…Read More . . . .
When noting the problematic circumstances of dealing with the COVID-19 economic impact on cultural organizations in York County, the Cultural Alliance of York County, and its donors acted quickly to provide funding via Accelerated Operational Grants to several organizations, including the Hanover Area Arts Guild. Through its financial investment in eight partner organizations that are essential to our cultural core and the funding…Read More . . . .
The Open Show is now canceled for 2020. Discussions and planning have already begun regarding the refunding of entrants’ fees. While we do not have a specific timeline in place yet, we believe we can do so in a reasonable amount of time. Look for further information when the refunds are en route to you. Thanks go out to our show…Read More . . . .
The Guild’s requested closure has impacted the timeline for our Annual Open Show. Updated info is available here: https://mailchi.mp/a228b1d47149/open-show-update-other-newsRead More . . . .
The Hanover Area Arts Guild is closed until Tuesday, March 31st, in compliance with government directives. At the current time, we are planning on reopening on that date with our regular business hours. We will monitor government recommendations and modify plans moving forward as appropriate. Feel free to watch for further announcements on our website and Facebook page.Read More . . . .