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Due to the most recent developments with COVID-19, we have made the following adjustments to the Art Center Schedule:
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we adjust our programming to protect the health and safety of our patrons and the community.
The office has reopened and resumed normal operating hours, Monday thru Friday, 10am-3pm.
Masks are required (as per state guidelines) by both employees and guests.
Please read the NHAC COVID-19 Health and Safety Plan by clicking here.
The Three Rivers Fiber Focus has resumed monthly meetings at the Center. Their next meeting is Monday, July 27 at 6:30pm.
Open Studio Pottery has resumed on Tuesdays, 7-9pm. Pre-paid registration is required as space is limited to only 6 participants at this time: register here
Open Studio Multi-Media is currently using Zoom. To connect, please contact the office: firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Studio Thursday Morning Painting, Pastels and More has resumed: Thursdays, 10am-1pm.
Ikebana Open Studio has been cancelled until further notice.
During these difficult times, as a small nonprofit serving this community, we are grateful for your understanding
and in need of your continued support. Donations are greatly appreciated and can be made through this link: Donate
For now, please continue to check our website and social media outlets for continuing updates.
Please watch this space for our latest updates. We thank you for your understanding.
Thank you to those who visited the North Hills Art Center on September 28 as we Celebrated our 60th Anniversary and helped RAD (Allegheny Regional Asset District*) celebrate its 25th year. Our Executive Director, Kim Freithaler, and Board President Diane Pontoriero met with Jim Cunningham of WQED to talk about the North Hills Art Center. You can listen to the podcast here.
Thank you also to the wonderful volunteers who helped 'make it all happen'! Without the support of our volunteers, members, board and staff, we would not be able to provide events like this. If you attended our event, please leave a review on Facebook. Your feedback helps us to bring more FREE events, informative demos and lectures to the Art Center. f
*RAD is the Allegheny Regional Asset District. RAD funds regional assets from one-half of the proceeds of the 1% Allegheny County Sales and Use Tax. The mission of RAD is to support and finance regional assets in the areas of libraries, parks and recreation, cultural, sports and civic facilities and programs.
Musical Talent Wanted!
Looking to showcase your musical gifts? We're looking for local musicians/vocalists for our art show opening receptions.
Receptions are typically Saturday evenings from 7-9pm. Interested?
Please contact our Executive Director at email@example.com
As a nonprofit art center, we strive to reach the community not only with our Healing Power of Art program, but through “ ARTreach” as well with programs such as public art displays at the Northland Library and Rhoads Orthodontic Specialist in Cranberry Township, painting with residents monthly at Vincentian & Holy Family Manor, Annual Art Shows benefiting Crisis Center North & local Animal Shelters, painting with Ronald McDonald House Charities guests, art scholarships and more.
Your donation helps the North Hills Art Center continue its mission of providing art and art enrichment to our community.
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So many to choose from! Which is your favorite?
We're excited to be able to bring you so many diverse classes and instructors with a wealth of knowledge and talent! We're so glad you 'found' us, have taken classes with us, visited us, showed with us and shared us with your family and friends....and we thank you!