News and Events
- The Arts Council will resume with Second Saturday performances on November 14th at 7 pm. Classically trained banjo artist, John Bullard, will be performing at The Church at the Old Oak (previously Pisgah Presbyterian Church), 3898 Meadowdale Rd., Hightown.
- As a classically trained musician and the first graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University’s Department of Music to earn a degree in performance with the banjo, John Bullard has established a critically praised performing and recording career dedicated to exploring the artistic marriage of banjo and classical music.
- Expanded Performance Options: The Highland County Arts Council is about to open a new chapter in its history. With support from the Little Swiss Fund, the Council now has the […]
- The Highland Arts Academy Announces a New Fall Workshop An Intro to Appalachian Broom-making Saturday October 17th from 10am-4pm Monterey Presbyterian Church Pavilion Join us […]
- As the virus continues to flourish in much of America, the arts, businesses, education, and social interactions have been drastically curtailed. Yet, the Highland County Arts Council continues its quest […]
- Dr. Levine and The Dreaded Blues Lady is comprised of Lorie Strother on vocals and Stephen Levine on guitar. This energetic duo performs a diverse selection of acoustic music styles. […]
- In early June, The Highland County Arts Council realized their popular Arts Academy workshops could not be held as planned in 2020. It was not feasible to go forward with the seven workshops due to health and safety concerns. Instead, they began planning for an abbreviated version and ideas on how to move forward with an appreciation of art during unusual circumstances formed through conversations with instructors and potential participants.
- Like all organizations, non-profit and for-profit that have arts events on their agenda, the Highland County Arts Council seeks to find a way to meet its goals while adhering to […]