Huntington Arts Council – Chapin Awards 2024

RSVP by April 8th to join the Huntington Arts Council (HAC) at the Engeman Theater in Northport for their 2024 Chapin Awards

2024 Chapin Awards

Recognizing two outstanding community leaders for their dedication to the arts, this gala celebration will include a film screening, live tribute performances, and special raffle items. Join them!

When: April 15, 6-10PM
Where: John W. Engeman Theater at Northport, 250 Main St. Northport, NY
Honoring: LESLIE RAMME, Chapin Arts and Humanitarian Award, JEREMY DENNIS Chapin Cultural Connector Award
The Event Includes:
VIP Cocktail Reception
Screening of “South Shore” Written and Directed by Dexter Strong Buell, Produced by Kevin Lopez
Presentation of Chapin Awards
Post-Awards Mix & Mingle
Detailed information about the honorees, tickets, sponsorship opportunities, and more are on the event page here. 

About the Huntington Arts Council

Visit the website, and sign up via this Google Form to receive their gorgeous glossy magazine to learn all about what’ the Huntington Arts Council is doing these days. The HAC has been serving the Town since 1963 when the Council formally accepted the recommendation of a committee charged by Supervisor Flynn to “consider the problems of maintaining an adequate cultural life in the expanding community complex of Huntington.” 

You may read the full history here. Apparently, they started with Town donated office space, phone, and support from the Recreation Department. Their first annual budget was expected to be about $500-700 raised by the Huntington community. As you can see here, here , and all over their website, the HAC has since inspired, informed and aided the growth of thousands of people and organizations across Long Island.

The Huntington Arts Council maintains a robust exhibition and program schedule in their beautiful Main Street Gallery, and are the reason the Town has a Summer Arts Festival in Heckscher Park. They are primary coordinators of Town and State arts initiatives on Long Island, serve as tremendous communicators of local arts and why they’re so important, and act as key partners to advance the arts Island-wide.