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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February 17th
ART ala 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. .
Tralaine February 19th
Folk Rock Music

Tralaine is a singer-songwriter who has performed all over the IE. From big seven piece corporate bands to solo acts with her guitar and vocals, she has been rocking the Southern California circuit for over 10 years. Also an experienced studio singer, Tralaine has worked with various well-known acts and producers such as Carl Stevenson from Forest for The Trees and James Valentine. You can check out her music on Myspace under "Tralaine" currently recording her latest album with her duo group "Dose". You can also find Tralaine on Facebook "Tralaine Roslyn" to keep up with the latest shows and new releases!
Marshall Hawkins and the Seahawks 3rd Sunday February 21st
3rd Sunday 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
Special Sunday Performance Tony Suraci March 13TH
Outlaw Country to Mowtown and from Classic Rock to 80's

Tony Suraci is a very diverse musician playing guitar, piano, drums and harmonica but his vocal instrument is the most impressive. Taking Tony's acting background into acount, he has the uncanny ability to replicate vocal performances from legendary artists and bands such as Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash. An accomplished singer, Tony's vocal range allows the feeling and inspiration of a song to come to life with an impressively large repertoire of songs bridging genres from Outlaw Country to Mowtown and from Classic Rock to 80's New Wave. Tony's Suraci's music is refreshing, dynamic, and his performances will quickly draw you in. .

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