Bobby BlackHat brings together the finest blues musicians in Hampton Roads to perform classic, modern, as well as original blues tunes that will keep your … Continue Reading
The Highland County Arts Council will present the Heifetz Institute’s Spring in the Highlands Concert on Sunday, April 28th at 3 p.m. at The Highland Center. The … Continue Reading
After months of planning and activity, the Highland Arts Council is proud to announce the launch of the 2019 Arts Academy summer workshops. Complete information about … Continue Reading
Making Highland an Arts Destination: The Arts Council Board of Directors spent a Sunday afternoon to discuss what the work of the Council should be in … Continue Reading
After Jack is a musical celebration of togetherness. Named 2014 Americana Vocal Group of the Year by the Appalachian Cultural Music Association, the trio couples a … Continue Reading
“Then and Now,” artwork by Elizabeth House McClung will be on display March 28th through May 1st, 2019 at the Highland County Library Gallery . The … Continue Reading
2019 Arts Academy: Creative learning in a tranquil environment Workshops in basketry, pottery, stained glass, and barn quilt painting will be offered in Highland during … Continue Reading
Highland County Arts Council March 2019 Art Exhibits: Highland Seasons continues at the Highland County Library through March 27. The exhibit expresses, according to Michael Bedwell, … Continue Reading
The Highland County Arts Council will add to the 2019 Maple Festival celebration with musical performances on March 9th and March 16th at 3:00 p.m. … Continue Reading
The Highland County Fair Association and the Highland Arts Council are excited to announce an art contest to determine the cover for this year’s Fair … Continue Reading
The Highland County Arts Council (HCAC) believes that the arts are essential to our communities. HCAC supports and encourages artists by holding classes, workshops, and camps. We facilitate regular exhibits and performances with local artists and artisans. The Highland County Arts Council is a nonprofit [501(c)3] organization supported by contributions from members, friends, community foundations, and government organizations. Much of our work is done by enthusiastic and dedicated volunteers.
The Highland County Arts Council is proud to present programs that are supported in part by the Virginia Commission for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Community Foundation of the Central Blue Ridge.