Huntington Museum of Art
five decades, the Huntington Museum of Art has been defined by a
vision, a vision of bringing the world of art to the people of West
Virginia and the Tri-State region. That vision, nurtured by the
generosity of museum founders and supporters, has led to the
creation of a truly distinguished museum, the finest in the state
and the largest between Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and Richmond.
2033 McCoy Road
Huntington, WV 25701
is a branch of the Cabell-Huntington Coalition for the Homeless.
This area shelter works with multiple agencies in Huntington to
provide health, psychiatric, housing and quality of life care for
the homeless. Harmony House would like to engage Marshall Fine Arts
and Graphic Design students to develop a line of greeting cards that
will be sold to raise funds.
Contact information: 627 4th Avenue
Huntington, WV, 25701
Housing Authority sponsors a number of projects geared toward
engaging residents of public housing in the larger Huntington
Cultural Community. The organization sponsors several
community centers, as well as projects like ART Works and YouthBuild.
ART Works is a collaboration between HHA and the Huntington Museum
of Art, which involves youth residents of public housing in art
projects that beautify the City of Huntington. YouthBuild is a
project that helps youth who have dropped out of High School to
engage in the community by refurbishing Huntington houses. HHA also
sponsors beautification events that directly impact public housing
Contact information: 1448
Tenth Avenue, Room 224
Huntington WV, 25701