An art exhibit by students of Highland High School’ s art teacher, Renee Vandevander, is on display at the Highland County Public Library now through … Continue Reading
The Highland County Arts Council is sponsoring a ukulele workshop in February. Classes will be held each Tuesday evening throughout the month beginning on February … Continue Reading
Planning for the 2020 Summer Workshops of the Highland Arts Academy is in full swing. Workshops, instructors, and dates have been scheduled and other details … Continue Reading
The Highland County Arts Council will begin a program of paid Internships for local high school students and adults. The internship will focus on the … Continue Reading
Violinist Rachelle Hunt and cellist Katie Tertell, highly regarded musicians based in Europe, will present a concert at the Highland Center on Saturday, December 21 … Continue Reading
Membership: The Arts Council’s annual meeting was on December 3 at 5:30. A slate of officers was presented. The annual solicitation for members and contributions … Continue Reading
A new Christmas play is coming to town. The Highland County Arts Council will present a touring production of the Christmas play “Exchange of Gifts” … Continue Reading
The Richard Williams Trio is back to help the Highland County Arts Council celebrate its anniversary once again! The group features William Hayes on piano … Continue Reading
Get ready for an exciting Saturday full of storytelling and great music! As part of the celebration of the Hands and Harvest festival, the Highland … Continue Reading
Hands and Harvest Festival: The Arts Council is joining with the Highland County Chamber of Commerce to bring two performances by storyteller Barbara Lawson on … 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.