Hyattsville Community Arts Alliance is a non-profit organization founded in 1994.
The association is comprised of prestigious painters, sculptors, photographers, crafts makers and musicians, primarily from the local region.
HCAA curates numerous exhibits, working in conjunction with the City of Hyattsville and the Prince George's Arts and Humanities Council to provide artists with show space and the community with art program venues and educational workshops. HCAA's ongoing programs at Franklin's Restaurant, Prince George's Plaza Community Center, Old Line Fine Wine, Spirits & Bistro, Doctor's Community Hospital, Fleisher's of Maryland, Robert Harper Books, and "ArtSpin" are known throughout the region.
Here are some samples of what you will see in our Featured Artists section and in the Gallery.
We invite you to scroll down this page for a variety
of locations you may visit where the artwork of
many HCAA members is currently on display.
All are invited to attend our various receptions.
Prince George's Plaza Community Center
SOLO WALL BY PAUL ANDERSON
FLEISHER'S JEWELERS EXHIBIT
__________________________________________________ Robert Harper Books Exhibit
Riverdale Park, MD
Doctor's Community Hospital Exhibit
HCAA Exhibit at Franklins
to refresh, refuel, and renew while enjoying the visual feast provided by the members of HCAA.
5121 Baltimore Ave. Hyattsville, MD
HCAA ARTISTS EXHIBIT AT THE WSSC ART GALLERY
March 1 -31, 2016
Reception March 17
Be sure to click on our "Gallery" and "View Featured Artists"
links in the menu located at the top of this page to view the high
quality work being produced by our members.
HYATTSVILLE COMMUNITY ARTS ALLIANCE
HCAA supports young artists in
Prince George's County Public Schools.
Each year, as part of the recognition of exceptionally
talented students, HCAA provides cash award prizes to
Best in Show. Each winner received our $20 cash award
with a Crayola watercolor paint set or watercolor pencil
set at the Youth Art Month reception held April 13, 2016
at University Town Center. This involves a one month
long exhibit of the student's work in the arts council
building. The winners were:
Pre K to Grade 2:
A Roger Heights Elementary School student
Grade 3 – 5:
A Mary Harris Jones Elementary student
A Benjamin Foulois student
Grades 9 to 10:
A DuVal High School student
Grades 11 and 12:
A Charles Flowers High School Student