THE ART OF OSCAR
Visual artists help preserve and honor the legacy of
Oscar Hammerstein II
Artists are invited to create works inspired by
Oscar Hammerstein’s life, his works, his service, and his home of inspiration
The Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County and The Oscar Hammerstein Museum and Theatre Education Center (Highland Farm) announce the Art of Oscar, a unique celebration and competition which will serve as a fundraiser for the participating non-profit organizations, community artists and participating event artists. Visual Artists of all mediums are invited to create works inspired by Hammerstein’s life, works, humanitarian service, and his home, and submit them for awards, exhibition, and public sale at Highland Farm this May. Artist registration before or on April 1st
More Information and Entry Form HERE
What an exciting #GivingTuesday 2018 it was, knowing that with each donation we were closing in on our goal to help save the Oscar Hammerstein house.
The Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County would like to extend its sincere thanks to all for your donations to this worthwhile cause.
Because of your generosity, saving the Hammerstein property is closer than ever to reality. We raised a total of $1050 to benefit the Hammerstein Foundation and the work it has undertaken to purchase the farm and transform it to the Oscar Hammerstein Museum & Theater Education Center. In addition, we are happy to announce that the Arts & Cultural Council will be matching donations made through November 28.
We will keep you updated as to its progress through the occasional email and newsletter.
Thank you, once again, for your involvement in #GT Bucks County, 2018.
October 6, 2018 – 10am to 10pm
Celebrating together, through a selection of the
Performing Arts from the Bucks County region, from children’s
performances to Jazz at sunset including multimedia productions
and installations. This all day festival will pay tribute to the art of
music, dance and acting, poetry accompanied by the integration
of still and moving images ending with an evening performance
by Sharon Katz and the Peace Train.
Take a Free guided tour from the Curator of the newly
developed Sculpture Walk and learn about the College’s
permanent collection along with many newly loaned works.
On this free tour, you will get to meet and hear from exhibiting
sculptors and learn more about the classic works on campus that
you have come to know and love. Daytime events are Free
and open to Public!!!
Tickets required for Sunset Jazz VIP
reception (5pm – 7:30pm) and Sharon
Katz concert (7:30pm – 9pm).
Enjoy lite apps along with craft beer, local
wine and best of local jazz musicians at the
Sunset Jazz Reception before you head in to
hear the great Sharon Katz. Your reserved
seating ticket allows you to enjoy both
Sunset Jazz and main concert!
TICKETS: Art & Cultural Council
Members $5/ Non Members $10/
Children under 15 Free
Thank you to our Sponsors!