Hildegard Center for the Arts
“Uniting people of all beliefs, cultures and traditions to inspire humanity through the arts.”
In March 2018, Hildegard Center for the Arts made the decision to steer a new course and focus on a more personal path for change—our families! As such, Hildegard has bid farewell and dissolved as a 501-3 nonprofit organization—official June 30, 2018.
Our departure is one of celebration and gratitude—saluting all who believed in Hildegard’s mission and offered their support and participation to make Hildegard Center for the Arts relevant and one-of-a-kind. We also celebrate our namesake, St. Hildegard, whose message of hope, healing and care for the earth inspired our organization to “be the change.”
Make no mistake, all at Hildegard will continue fighting the good fight and support the arts in their own way. We appreciate the tremendous capacity the arts have to change lives and connect our world—the Arts make us human—they are the “Bridge!”
Without a doubt, Hildegard Center for the Arts will live on in the collaborations we shared, the lives we touched and the wonderful friendships made along the way. We will cherish those friendships always.
In the Spirit of Hildegard—
Hildegard pays it forward...
As we say goodbye for now, Hildegard Center for the Arts has designated its assets to a group of nonprofit organizations who are working to make their corner of the world a little better and brighter through their dedication, vision and hard work. Please acquaint yourself with these organizations and help the ripples continue!