02 May . 2017
Meet the creative partners in Hollyhock’s artful grand opening
Showcasing six beautiful new model homes and incredible new recreational amenities including Fields House and Dandelion Park, Hollyhock’s artful grand opening this spring was a big success.
The spirit of our grand opening lives on, as Hollyhock continues to support the local arts through a partnership with Frisco Arts, the Visual Arts Guild of Frisco, and Frisco ISD. Our community is committed to promoting arts education through music, theater, and visual arts, including Trent Middle School Choir and Lone Star High School Riot Theater.
Here’s a little background on our artful partners, and how they can help you enjoy the many visual and performing arts organizations in Frisco.
Frisco Arts is a non-profit organization that is totally supported by private donations. With diversity as one of its cornerstones, Frisco Arts distributes grants to local arts groups that represent a wide range of art forms, including music, dance, theatre, storytelling, visual, and cultural art.
Frisco Arts supports 17 arts groups, including Frisco Youth Theater, Frisco Ballet, Frisco Chorale, Lone Star Story Telling Festival and Odysseus Chamber Orchestra. Frisco Arts also awards a number of arts scholarships throughout the year.
The Frisco Arts website is a great resource to learn about all upcoming arts events in and around Frisco. http://friscoarts.org/
Visual Arts Guild of Frisco
The Visual Arts Guild of Frisco is a volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the visual arts and educating the public. Founded in 2001, VAGF has grown to become a vital part of the local arts community. https://vagf.org/
Each year, the Guild hosts numerous art exhibits and educational lectures for our members and the public. It also holds workshops throughout the year at affordable prices, taught by skilled artists.
Some of the Guild’s biggest annual exhibits take place during the ArtSeen Tour in October. This annual event spotlights local artists as they show their work in their studios, galleries and other host locations in the Downtown Frisco Arts District.
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