Category Archives: Uncategorized
Our “Artists Come Alive” Art Camp will be returning this summer! Check the flyer below for more information and how to register.
Come Celebrate diversity and talent with The Spirit of Huntington Art Center, ArtAbility 2018 Show The first ever Creative Expression Art Show for students with Special Needs on Long Island! • Visual Art (painting, drawing, sculpture) • Photography (b&w, color … Continue reading
As a result of the inclement weather, Artists Come Alive will be cancelled for tomorrow, Friday, January 5. (As well as next Friday, January 12 for MLK weekend). Whitman CAT program will be held on Saturday at 10:30. Stay tuned … Continue reading
Join us as we celebrate the holidays with all of our students, parents, Veterans, and friends of the Spirit of Huntington Art Center. Our events include Dancing with Con, a performance by World Beat Rhythm, a custom train layout on … Continue reading
A girl scout since Kindergarten, Ashlin Hanley, who is now a Walt Whitman High School freshman, never ceases to aid her community. In her latest endeavor, and as an effort to earn her Girl Scout Silver Award, Hanley, 14, adopted … Continue reading
The Spirit of Huntington Art Center is now enrolling students for our “Artists Come Alive” class, where we study a famous artist and create artwork based on their techniques and styles. Sign up today!
Spots are still available, so head on over to enrollment and send your child’s summer off with a great week of art and learning! Summer Art Camp
Lots of fun was had by all who attended the Car and Art show at the Spirit of Huntington! Some folks from the Long Island Exotics Club rolled on over with a sweet lineup of high-end sports cars. We had … Continue reading
The Spirit of Huntington was awarded a generous donation from the Lindy Loo foundation. Michael Kitakis, Executive Director of SOH gratefully accepted a check for $1,000.00 presented by Tommy DiMisa of the Lindy Loo Foundation. The mission of the Lindy … Continue reading
Our culminating celebration for the Silas Wood Sixth Grade Center and Stimson Middle school students was held at the Heckscher Museum on Friday, May 19. Students from all three sessions of our after school Artists Come Alive program were led … Continue reading