Hearst Center for the Arts

From its permanent collection, started by farmer poet James Hearst, to its regional, national, and international exhibitions and classes, the Hearst Center offers a fresh, unique perspective on the arts.

304 W Seerley Blvd, Cedar Falls, IA 50613

Phone

+1 (319) 268-5550

Hours

Tues & Thurs 10am-9pm; Wed & Fri 10am-5pm; Sat-Sun 1-4pm

Website

thehearst.org

Upcoming Events

Travis Gingerich: Parables in Clay

The Hearst is pleased to present new and recent figural works in stoneware by Travis Gingerich. Ceramics lab technician and instructor at the Hearst Center,...

7/19  |  10am
Travis Gingerich: Parables in Clay

The Hearst is pleased to present new and recent figural works in stoneware by Travis Gingerich. Ceramics lab technician and instructor at the Hearst Center,...

7/20  |  10am
The Mask of Lincoln

The Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) has developed a special poster exhibition of the National Portrait Gallery exhibition, One...

7/20  |  1pm
Travis Gingerich: Parables in Clay

The Hearst is pleased to present new and recent figural works in stoneware by Travis Gingerich. Ceramics lab technician and instructor at the Hearst Center,...

7/20  |  1pm
Travis Gingerich: Parables in Clay

The Hearst is pleased to present new and recent figural works in stoneware by Travis Gingerich. Ceramics lab technician and instructor at the Hearst Center,...

7/21  |  10am

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