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Events and Featured Classes

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Oct

Writing from Intuition workshop

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“Writing from Intuition” Workshop with Cheryl Melody Baskin and Jan Krause Greene

Melody is the author of Shift of Heart: Paths to Healing and Love. Jan is the author of I Call Myself Earth Girl. Both of them feel that intuition played a major role in writing these books. In this workshop, they will inspire you to further expand your intuitive inspiration.  Bring your notebook, pen or pencil. You don’t have to be a writer to participate. This program is open for all! 

All are welcome. $5 donation at the door appreciated. Free for students with ID.  

To reserve a seat, please email: creativecircles.art@gmail.com

Hosted by Cynthia Franca and Geri Holland of CreativeCircles: Art for All.
See more information about this program and the artists: www.creativecirclesart.com/speakers

October 18 (06:30 pm-08:30 pm)

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Oct

Spooktacular Ceramic Class! 1-day Workshop (ages 9 to 12)

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Get ready for a Spooktacular Ceramic Class! October 19 from 12 to 3pm.

Students will have fun creating Halloween themed projects in the HCA Ceramics studio.

OPTIONAL: Workshop students can be walked over from Hopkins School (Early Release Day) with appropriate permissions.

October 19 (12:00 pm-03:00 pm)

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Oct

Voiceover Acting Workshop with David Jeremiah

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If you’ve ever watched television or listened to the radio, you have undoubtedly heard David Jeremiah’s distinctive voice. His extraordinary voiceover talents can be heard in virt

ually every medium, every hour, every day. David has become one of the most sought-after voices in the industry for some of the world’s best-known companies, such as eHarmony, Craftsman Tools, NBC, ABC, CBS, TBS, Diet Coke, Disney, American Airlines, Sears, Wal-Mart…and the client list goes on. His latest endeavors include Jeep, Chevrolet, Domino’s Pizza, Humana Health Care, LifeLLock and Copper Chef.

This interactive 3 hour workshop will cover topics like: Interpreting copy, defining your sound, Microphone technique, Prepping the audition, Producing a demo, Finding an agent, Voice marketing, and lots more.

WORKSHOP: Monday, October 22nd 7 pm - 10 pm

For ages 12 - adult

$50 (HCA Member price $45)

To learn more about David Jeremiah, CLICK HERE FOR BIO 

 

Tickets: $50 General Admissions, $45 for members

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October 22 (07:00 pm-10:00 pm)

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Nov

First Friday Open Mic with Meaghan Casey

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Join us at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts for First Friday Open Mic with host and singer-songwriter Jack Byrne. Singers, players, songwriters, poets, and storytellers of all ages are invited to perform. Sign-ups will now be available online. Feature for November 2, Meaghan Casey is a singer-songwriter based out of the southern coast of Massachusetts. Her influences are of a wide range, from having played violin at a young age to playing Fender Strat in a teenage punk band. These days her playing has transcended to gritty, heartfelt folk songs on both banjo and acoustic guitar. Her premier full-length album is set to be released in 2019, which precedes her EP "Migration". 

All are welcome to come and enjoy the music. $5 at the door. Free to HCA members.

Sign-ups 7:00pm, Music 7:30pm

Online sign-ups coming soon.

November 02 (07:00 pm-10:00 pm)

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Nov

HCA Gala Fundraiser

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Save-the-Date

The HCA Annual fundraising gala is Saturday November 3, 2018! 

The evening includes food, open bar, raffle items, live auction, a dance and music provided by JP and Friends.

Come join us and help support the HCA!

$100 per person pre-sale price up to October 27, 2018

$125 per person after October 27, 2018

 

Tickets: $100 General Admissions, $100 for members

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November 03 (07:00 pm-11:00 pm)

HCA members have access to the galleries, exhibits, programs, and events at discounted prices to keep them engaged throughout the year -- all the while supporting the center.