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Panoply 2015 Stage Lineup

The 2015 Panoply Arts Festival stage lineup truly features something for everyone!

Get the scoop on upcoming events, artist opportunities, and arts intitiatives!

The final Jazz in the Park is THIS SUNDAY, featuring Phil Denny, Dee Lucas and the Grissom High School Band! As always, Jazz in the Park is FREE!
✔️INFO: Sunday, September 25, 5 - 9 pm, Big Spring Park East

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THIS FRIDAY, September 23, Alabama A&M - College of Engineering, Technology and Physical Sciences’s new Shakespeare Troupe, “The Bulldog Bards” 🐾 will present “Bard in the Yard - A Modern Take on Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night” at @theorionamphitheater’s Artist Meadow.

❗️Show starts at 6:00 pm
❗️Gates open at 5:00 pm.

This 45-minute production of “Twelfth Night” is interactive and offers audiences a fresh, modern adaptation of Shakspeare's romantic comedy featuring original music created by AAMU Communications Media Performance Major Senior, Tariq White (who also performs as Orsino in the production).

This event is 🆓 and family-friendly👪

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THIS FRIDAY, September 23, 2022 - Mark C. Smith Concert Hall

The @hsv_symphony is excited to start off their 2022 - 2023 concert season! Carmen! will be a performance full of Berlioz, Bizet, and Rimsky-Korsakov. Featuring solo violinist Charles Hogue, this will be a concert you don’t want to miss!

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In celebration of Huntsville Music Month, the Brass Band of Huntsville presents “Hops and Pops” Live Under “The Dome” in Apollo South at The Orion Amphitheater on Tuesday, September 27, at 7 pm. ...

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THIS WEEKEND! Huntsville's first ever CulturA Festival at The Orion dome at Apollo Park. Check out the musical performances and dancing, and enjoy the food and celebration of Hispanic culture! ...

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THIS SATURDAY:🎙️There is a FREE music industry-related job and volunteer expo to help connect people to job openings and volunteer opportunities within our music ecosystem.
👉🏾 September 24, 12 to 4 pm, Von Braun Center – East Hall

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We would like to take a moment to say thank you to our outgoing Board President, Pat Ammons. What an amazing term it was! Thank you, Pat!
We now welcome our new board president, Jim Bolte. All of us, staff and board members are looking forward to working with Jim this year.
Drop a ❤️ below to join in the well wishes!

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💲Deadline To Apply💲
Attention Huntsville nonprofit arts organizations! Applications for the FY23 Arts & Cultural Grant Program and the FY23 Arts Resiliency Grant are due by 9:00 pm on Friday, September 30, 2022. Eligibility criteria, guidelines, and applications are available online.

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Calling all local artists! Less than one week left to apply for our Legacy Park Fitness Court Public Art opportunity! Learn more about Legacy Park, the Fitness Court, and this accessible opportunity for artists by watching the short video below. Interested artists can submit their qualifications to through Sunday, September 25.
📸: National Fitness Campaign (NFC)

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We are wrapping up⭐ National Arts In Education Week ⭐ with a testimonial from Amy Mason, the former principal of Madison County Elementary School. She was named Alabama's 2021 NAESP National Distinguished Principal by the Alabama Association of Elementary School Administrators (AAESA).

"My participation in the band program from grades 4-12 solidified my love and appreciation for music. As a drum major during my senior year, it prepared me to lead large groups of people on and off the field which eventually prepared me to become a teacher and elementary school principal for 22 years!" #BecauseOfArtsEd

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THIS WEEKEND is the Enchanted Edition of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, performed by @arsnovahsv - September 16 - 18 at the Dream Theatre on Holmes. Grab your tickets!
📸: @jeffwhitephoto

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⭐National Arts In Education Week⭐ today features a testimonial from Dana M. Gillis, Senior Facilitator at Transcend – The Fearless Company.

"Every day I spent as an organizational leader, an Army officer, federal investigator, or businessperson, I drew on the lessons I learned as a student musician. I learned the value of teamwork and the heights you can reach when you join others to achieve a goal. By being inspired, I learned how to inspire others. I would not be the person I am today without all I learned from teachers dedicated to introducing students like me to the joy of making music." #BecauseOfArtsEd

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The @brassbandofhuntsville presents their 1st Concert of the Season, Thursday, Sept. 22 at @theelectricbelle. FREE concert! ...

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⭐National Arts In Education Week⭐ is a celebration recognizing the transformative power of the arts in education. Today we feature a testimonial from retired orthopedic surgeon Dr. F. Calame Sammons M.D.. Dr. Sammons is a member of the band The Unorthodocs.

"My first immersion in Art was at Vanderbilt University. I needed a “good” grade to help get into medical school. I decided to enroll in an Art History course. It opened my eyes to evaluating, interpreting, and appreciating all art, from cave drawings to the Italian Masters.

I believe that it helped me to develop similar skills in evaluating patients in my Orthopedic practice. What you see on the outside may not tell the whole story.
You need to dig deeper. Medicine is an Art, not just a science." #BecauseOfArtsEd

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⭐National Arts In Education Week⭐ is underway and we are celebrating by featuring special local folks who are sharing how art education made a difference in their lives! Today we feature a testimonial from Todd May, Senior Vice President at KBR.

"Growing up in Fairhope, Alabama, the arts and artists surrounded me. I genuinely believe this exposure helped round out the logical side of my engineering brain, allowing me to discover more creative solutions and appreciate elegant design. I'm a believer in adding the A (Arts) to STEM education to make it STEAM." #BecauseOfArtsEd

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This #MusicMonday is brought to you by the fabulous local female music artists of Women in Music Weekend (September 15 - 18). Mixx Madness is kicking off this event with an all-women lineup of DJs for the city's most epic opening party experience, Tuesday, September 13 at The Camp, starting at 6 pm for Happy Hour. ...

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September 12 – 17 is ⭐National Arts In Education Week⭐ and we'll be celebrating all week long! This week is a national celebration recognizing the transformative power of the arts in education. Today we feature a testimonial from Ethan Couch, co-founder and manager of @yellowhammer_brewing.

How has the art education you received made a difference in your life?

"I remember going to see a gallery show when I was in middle school that blew me away. The sculptures invoked questions in my mind and impressed me with the quality of workmanship. I never forgot that feeling of being in awe of how something was made and what it meant to me symbolically. I pursued a degree in studio art in college because the creative process and implementation made complete sense to me on Day 1. In every art class, I was able to think creatively and grow upon my successes and failures from the prior classes. This process gave me the capabilities to become an entrepreneur. To know that if I keep working, and learn from my failures, I could make something beautiful and/or functional."

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Monte Sano Art Festival is OPEN TODAY from 9 am - 4 pm. The weather should be clearing up and we are looking forward to an amazing 2nd and final day.

PS Help spread the word that we are open today. Thank you!

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Ensuring Access to The Arts

Our Mission

Arts Huntsville stimulates and supports community creativity and engagement by advancing the arts, entertainment and culture to enrich quality of life, education, and economic development in the greater Huntsville metropolitan region.

Our vision is Huntsville as the premier mid-sized city for the arts, entertainment, and culture in the Southeastern United States.

Our Programs

Arts Huntsville directly impacts Huntsville/Madison County residents through four core programs:

• Arts Community Support & Promotions
• Arts Education
• Community Events
• Public Art

Arts Huntsville also serves as an “umbrella” organization for its members, providing them with resources and tools that ensure their survival and expansion. Members include more than 200 arts organizations, individual artists, arts patrons, and other arts-minded non-profits and companies. Arts Huntsville’s services ensure ongoing community access to the arts and the continued success and growth of our local arts community.

There are many ways to engage with local arts, entertainment and culture and support our mission of improving our community through enabling access to high quality arts programming. Contact our office to learn how.

  • Arts Education

    Learning about (and through) the arts gives children and adults of all ages more than mere knowledge, it helps them understand themselves and the world around them in a way nothing else can. While substantial progress has been made incorporating the arts into our schools, there is still much to be done. Visit our Arts Education page to learn more about the North Alabama Arts Education Collaborative and access resources for educators.

  • Public Art

    Are you curious about the sculptures and murals you can discover right in your community? Want to know more about the Public Art Plan being developed with the City of Huntsville? Visit our Public Art page.

Our Partners

Arts Huntsville

700 Monroe Street, SW, Suite 2
Huntsville, AL 35801-5579
(256) 519-2787 | (256) 519-ARTS