We wanted to update you on some highlights the Arts Center has been working on this week, and some very important information as well.
Thank you to the Arts Center Business Partners!
Each spring, we come together to celebrate our valuable Arts Center Business Partners.
This year, though we aren’t together face-to-face, we are together in spirit. We salute and celebrate these community partners. Take a minute to watch this brief video of appreciation. And please remember to support local.
Virtual Play Club
The Arts Center’s third installment of its Virtual Play Club was held on a Zoom call on Wednesday evening this week, led by Resident Assistant Director Whitaker Gannon.
The group met on May 13 to read Act Three of Agatha Christie’s Black Coffee, followed by a lively discussion!
Stay tuned for the upcoming selection to be announced on Monday, May 18.
Fairy Tale Art Challenge: 3 More Days!
Three more days to submit your Fairy Tale Art!
First, select a fairy tale and read it with your family. Then create a board of 3–6 tableau scenes — still images to represent the action — that tell the whole story using yourself and/or family members.
You can arrange all images in a 2x3 grid like a comic strip with captions. Use Word/Google Docs or similar programs to achieve this and export the board as a PDF. Younger kids can send in the pics, with the order in the image title and we can arrange.
To submit entries, send your Fairy Tale story title and photographs to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, May 18. Have fun!!
Masks for Volunteers in Medicine
Our Arts Center Costume Shop has been busy making masks. First, those went to first responders, and now they are making them for Volunteers in Medicine, a non-profit medical organization that serves the health and wellness needs of the medically underserved and their households who live or work on Hilton Head and Daufuskie islands. Great work team!
Arts Center Peeps with Pets
While we at the Arts Center are working form home, we’d like you to meet some of our four-legged support staff who get us through the day!
In compliance with Governor McMaster’s recommendations, the Arts Center will remain closed to public access until the governor modifies his directive.
For updates on our programming, please visit out website at artshhi.com.
It’s evident the arts are vital to our lives — especially now — as a way to broaden our experiences, enrich our lives, and remain connected. Please stay tuned as we continue to expand our virtual arts community until we’re together again.
Your support has always been important, and even more so now.
The arts brighten our spirits and nourish our souls. Consider a donation to our Campaign for Continued Excellence, an emergency fund that will directly impact our ability to return to cultural arts programming as quickly as possible.