The Hippodrome is proud to be a culturally and artistically diverse home for creative endeavors in the heart of downtown Gainesville. The Hippodrome Theatre provides space for exhilarating Mainstage productions, Gainesville’s only art-house cinema, an Art Gallery hosting an eclectic selection of local and renowned art, and a Lower Level, where anything is possible. Here you will find our upcoming events, dates time and locations! Check back, the Hipp is always finding new and exciting events to bring to the center of downtown.
The Folk and Art-in-the-Style-of-Folk Art exhibit features work of local Gainesville community artists. Come out to the Hipp Art Gallery for Art Walk on April 27 from 7-10 p.m. to enjoy a glass of wine and check out these unique pieces.
The Gallery presents 103 pieces of art contributed by 42 artists on the walls of The Gallery Oak Hammock and the Hippodrome Theatre.
During the opening reception on April 15, two curators at the Harn Museum of Art presented awards to 11 artists. Our own Sara Morsey received Judge’s Choice for “Shrine Mary,” Bill Paine for lighting design, and Nancy Reyes received Best-in-Show.
You can see their work at the Hippodrome Theatre Art Gallery and Oak Hammock between now and July 16, 2018.
The esteemed Gainesville string band, Pine, will be playing in the Hipp Cinema on Sunday, April 29. Doors at 5:30, music starts at 6:30 p.m.
Pine will play two intimate sets of live music, with an intermission for time for refreshments at the bar.
A little about Pine: Liberty Phoenix and Dan Stepp came together to create a folky sound with intimate harmonies that are supported with a beautifully talented string band. They have been lucky enough to add on Brian Turk on Stand Up Bass, Andrew Cook on Violin and Mark Archer on Dobro.
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