Hurleyville Performing Arts Centre is an independent community-supported organization. It houses a cinema, ballroom event space, dance studios, yoga studio, cafe, thrift shop, and gallery. We believe in serving the community by creating shared experiences through the presentation of quality classes, fine arts programming, and with a diverse performing arts series that is accessible to everyone. Our venue sits at the center of a bucolic main street with a children’s playground, basketball & pickle ball courts, restaurants, a high school, and nine miles of Rails-to-Trails that follow ecologically diverse watersheds.

The Hurleyville Performing Arts Centre includes a first-run movie theater and has hosted a variety of events including the popular NPR storytellers, the Sullivan County Chamber Orchestra, theatrical productions, dance classes, studio recitals, competitions, and performances. The grand ballroom used as a concert hall and event space is known for its exceptional acoustics and elegant surroundings for guest speakers, corporate and private events, and performances of all types.


A vibrant hub for the arts that contribute to an enthusiastically inclusive and environmentally resilient Catskills region.


The Hurleyville Performing Arts Centre celebrates the environmental and social diversity of the Catskill region through performance, film, and visual art. HPAC presents bold programs that create shared experiences to inspire, challenge, and connect audiences.

Land Acknowledgement

“The land upon which we gather is part of the traditional territory of the Lenni-Lenape, called “Lenapehoking.” The Lenape People lived in harmony with one another upon this territory for thousands of years. During the colonial era and early federal period, many were removed west and north, but some also remain among the continuing historical tribal communities of the region. We acknowledge the Lenni-Lenape as the original people of this land and their continuing relationship with their territory. In our acknowledgment of the continued presence of Lenape people in their homeland, we affirm the aspiration of the great Lenape Chief Tamanend, that there be harmony between the indigenous people of this land and the descendants of the immigrants to this land, “as long as the rivers and creeks flow, and the sun, moon, and stars shine.”



Christina Antizzo

Christina Antizzo

Chief Operations Officer


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Emily Ripka

Front of House & Sales Event Manager


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Megan Dewitt

Program Coordinator


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Malcolm Strother

Tech & Production Coordinator


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Toni Castillo

Community Outreach & Development Assistant


Artist Residencies

Hurleyville is a small hamlet in the beautiful setting of the  Catskills with walking trails restaurants and nearby amenities. Hurleyville Performing Arts Centre is dedicated to supporting an immersive creative experience by offering an inclusive space where artists are free of space and time limitations.  Upon completion of  the residency artists will have the opportunity to showcase their work in HPAC’s performance spaces, chosen outdoor spaces, cinema , or Gallery 222.  

Featured Artists:

The Hurleyville Performing Arts Centre partners with artists who share our vision of inclusivity through the language of movement, film and visual arts.  Artists develop movement works, residencies, and performances with the Hurleyville community and professionals throughout the world.

2016-2017 |  Heidi Latsky

2018  |  Sasha Yanow in partnership with Denniston Hill

2019 | LEIMAY

2021 | LEIMAY

Hurleyville Arts Partners

The Hurleyville Performing Arts Centre is proud to be partnered with local arts businesses who encourage the enrichment of our community members by engaging them in art appreciation, art creation, invention, and history. “Creativity is the act of turning new and imaginative ideas into reality. Creativity is characterized by the ability to perceive the world in new ways, to find hidden patterns, to make connections between seemingly unrelated phenomena, and to generate solutions. Creativity involves two processes: thinking, then producing.


USPS Mailing address:

Hurleyville Performing Arts Centre Inc.
219 Main Street
PO box 504
Hurleyville NY 12747

( Google maps:  12 Railroad Ave, Hurleyville, NY 12747 )

Have a question? Email us at info@hpacny.org or call us at 845-985-4722