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Message from HCCC President Chris Reber – June 24 2020

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    • Cultural Affairs - Spring 2020
    • HCCC’s Department of Cultural Affairs will continually provide art information and activities for all ages to enjoy whether you are working remotely, learning from home or just want to connect socially with people in our community. Our focus now is the same as it’s always been — ensuring you are experiencing a variety of arts-related educational programs that help unite our greater community. We will continue to provide social interactive experiences by establishing a grander arts online presence during this time while our department and the Dineen Hull Gallery remain closed to the public.

      Please follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and soon on LinkedIn and Twitter as we expand Live from Dineen Hull Gallery. Join us for a Daily Art Dose each day to be inspired by following all of our social media accounts. For monthly updates, sign up for our MailChimp newsletter here.

      For general information, contact: Michelle Vitale at mvitale@hccc.edu.

    • Welcome to the
      Department of Cultural Affairs (DOCA)


      DOCA

      WELCOME to another exciting season of FREE cultural programs brought to you by HCCC’s Department of Cultural Affairs (DOCA). DOCA offers unique opportunities for community members, students, faculty, and administration to engage in art exhibitions, lectures, and events that strengthen our creative Journal Square learning neighborhood. We hope to see you this spring on the 6th Floor of the Gabert Library.

      Sincerely,
      Michelle Vitale
      Director of Cultural Affairs

       

      MUSEUM EDUCATION TRAINING (M.E.T.) AT DOCA

      Interested in volunteering at the Dineen Hull Gallery and becoming a certified Docent at the College? Learn to lead tours, administer educational programs, and be a part of our community.
      For more information, contact Renato Yon Vasallo at gallery@hccc.edu.

       

      CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

      Do you have objects, photos, or other materials featuring Journal or Bergen Square? DOCA is looking for items to include in an upcoming exhibition. Contact Michelle Vitale, Director of Cultural Affairs at mvitale@hccc.edu.

       

      LADIES WHO LECTURE & LUNCH

      DOCA continues its yearlong celebration of the hundredth anniversary of the Women’s Suffrage Movement by hosting a three-part cultural lecture series, Ladies Who Lecture & Lunch.

      We are looking for woman-identified students, faculty, community members, and administrators to join Session I on March 6 or Session II on May 8. See the DOCA Calendar for details about the featured Ladies Who Lecture & Lunch. We hope to connect and create mentoring relationships for HCCC students.

      To self-nominate or nominate a deserving student or community-minded mentor to our FREE lunch and lecture series, email nominations and specify Session I on March 6 or Session II on May 8 to gallery@hccc.edu. Limited seating available. The goal of this series is to connect and create mentoring relationships between HCCC women and community members of all ages and backgrounds.

       

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      GALLERY TOURS

      DOCA welcomes Hudson County community members, organizations, businesses, and school groups to enjoy our cultural programs at the College. Groups of 6 to 30 visitors are invited to a FREE 45-minute tour of our current fall exhibitions in the Dineen Hull Gallery. To schedule a tour, contact Michelle Vitale at mvitale@hccc.edu.