Our four distinct programs are centered around the singular goal of providing educational and professional development opportunities to young artists and early career professionals to expand their artistic talent and pursue their dreams.
Programs designed to enhance the traditional curriculum through the integration of hands-on learning experiences involving the visual and performing arts.
Talent development through partial and full tuition opportunities offered in the visual and performing arts for individuals from elementary school through college.
Partial or full sponsorship of projects designed to enhance an artist’s career development or to bring an innovative artistic event into the community.
Annual awards that reflect the experiences, the places, and the people that influenced Jamie Hulley’s growth as an artist.
The goal of the Yoga Stories program at Turkey Hill School in Orange is teach students the art of mindfulness to help them more successful cope with the challenges of school – academic and otherwise. It began 5 years ago as a program for 1st graders and this year the program expanded to include 5th graders. Students report that yoga is helping them to feel calmer, to notice their thoughts, to express their emotions through movement, drawing, and writing. The 5th graders have become role models and friends to the 1st graders. Teachers Gina Malafonte & Tina Mongillo say Yoga Stories is not only creating strong, healthy bodies and minds, but creating a stronger school community. A huge shout out to yoga instructor MaryAnn Haverstock!
The impact of the Jamie Hulley Arts Foundation is like the arts itself – vibrant, individually defined, enriching in a manner difficult to quantify, momentarily beautiful, life changing…
The Jamie Hulley Arts Foundation was created in 2002 in memory of Jamie Alaine Hulley. Jamie was a creative soul who had the gift of seeing the world as a thing of beauty and of making all who knew her feel special. Jamie’s curiosity was insatiable, her laugh infectious, and her love of taking artistic risks unlimited. Sharing a love of the arts and providing opportunities for others to develop their artistic talents and pursue their dreams is a perfect legacy for Jamie.
You are cordially invited to join us on Sunday, November 7th for a fun family day celebrating An Afternoon for the Arts featuring
An all male Carole King Review
The Brady Center for the Performing Arts
Amity High School
25 Newton Rd • Woodbridge, CT
1 pm: Doors Open – Lite Reception & Raffle Preview
2 pm: Performance Begins
Your ticket purchase allows us to continue to provide enrichment classes for young artists in all genres – music, dance, visual arts and theater. All proceeds will be dedicated to our educational programs, scholarships, and community projects throughout New Haven and Fairfield Counties.
Interested in doing your part for the arts? There are many ways to become a part of the Jamie Hulley Arts Foundation family…