Cover image of the Fall 2017 Hillsboro Arts Magazine

The Fall issue of HillsboroARTS Magazine Hits the Stands!
Check out the latest issue of HillsboroARTS Magazine, featuring the #HillsboroArtsMonth Challenge, a Q&A interview with Indie Folk singer Kristin Andreassen, a Public Art Quiz to test your knowledge, the Oregon Symphony's return to Hillsboro and much more!

Hula Halau, one of the performers at ArtFest

2017 ArtFest on the Plaza
Join us on Saturday, September 30 for ArtFest on the Plaza, a Hillsboro Arts Month kick off event at the Civic Center Plaza. Enjoy popcorn, street magic, live performances, family activities, and demonstrations.

Image of artist at work

Take the #HillsboroArtsMonth Challenge!
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to take the Hillsboro Arts Month challenge by exploring new arts or cultural experiences throughout the month of October. Plan your month with over 60 things to see and do locally in support of the arts. Post your creative experiences daily throughout the month of October on social media with #HillsboroArtsMonth, and take it all in.

Barometer by Devin Laurence Field

What does Art mean to Hillsboro?
The City of Hillsboro has an active history of supporting the arts as a way to enhance livability. As you check out the programs of the Walters Cultural Arts Center, the Hillsboro Arts & Culture Council and the Hillsboro Public Art Program, you will see the all the ways the City supports the arts and culture through creative programs, events, classes, concerts, gallery exhibitions, community grants and public art works.

 

Address
527 East Main Street
Hillsboro, OR 97123

Contact
Phone: 503-615-3485
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Cultural Arts is a division of the Hillsboro Parks & Recreation Department.

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