Advancing the Arts and Culture in the San Jacinto Valley
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The Diamond Valley Arts Council

Since its founding in 2004, “Advancing the Arts – Creating Community” has been the motto of The Diamond Valley Arts Council.  With The DVAC’s move into a new facility at 123 N. Harvard St. in downtown Hemet, the implications of that ideal has taken on even greater significance for both the arts and for the community.

As an organization dedicated to promoting awareness of, and greater participation in, the arts, locating in downtown Hemet opens the door for greater visibility of what The DVAC is, what we do and what is available to our community in term of arts and culture activities, events and venues.

Stop by The Arts Center during our planned business hours of 11:00 am to 5:00 pm any Wednesday through Saturday.


Fiber Arts Exhibit

Art for Youth Competition

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Folk Rock Music

Change Required is returning to the Arts Center - this time for our popular 1st Saturday Concert Series at 7:00 pm on Feb. 6th. The group covers a selection of familiar, upbeat folk rock music which had our guests "dancing in the aisles" during their previous appearance. All of the musicians - Bill Sheppherd, Elaine Balkman, Lee (Roy) Miracle, Craig Wills, and John King have extensive backgrounds in various genres of music from classical to country, folk and rock. .
Art a la carte

At Art a la carte, our own Board Member artists Lois Stipp of the Beaver Island Studio and Galleries and Elena Kern of Elena@The DVAC Gallery, will give step-by-step instructions on how to create a work of art – while we socialize and enjoy music a nice glass of wine! Everyone goes home with their masterpiece. No art experience needed! Come and enjoy this unique experience as you learn how to create your work of art, All for only $35.00. All art supplies will be provided. .
Marshall Hawkins and the Seahawks
Celebrates Black History Month

Marshall Hawkins along with Seahawk MoJO will take listeners on a journey from Africa where music began with the drum through the new world and into modern music. Hawkins' delivery of his message of the unifying power of music makes this Black History Month celebration one for all ages, races, genders and backgrounds

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