“You never know what’s gonna happen at a Bobby BlackHat show!” is the byline for the 7 pm Saturday- night performance at the Highland Center. Thanks … 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
What’s love got to do with it? Everything! Jump start your romantic Valentine’s weekend with “Hooray for Love,” an evening of love songs performed by … Continue Reading
A weekend of music at the Highland Center will begin on December 8th with a 3 p.m. concert by the nationally recognized country-music duo, Wilson … Continue Reading
The Highland County Arts Council is proud to present an evening of entertainment in honor of Caroline Smith this November 11th at 3:00 p.m. Caroline … Continue Reading
Take one accomplished singing harper… Add a storytelling gift described as ‘absolutely enthralling’… Blend in wonderful songs, sounds, and tales by … Continue Reading
Known as one of the world’s leading jazz singers, Stephanie Nakasian will take you on a fantasy swing voyage, fresh and authentic that transcends … Continue Reading
The Highland County Arts Council, in conjunction with the Virginia Commission for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Community Foundation of … Continue Reading
The Highland County Arts Council will celebrate its twenty-fifth anniversary with an afternoon of music and stories on Sunday, November 5 at 2 pm at … Continue Reading
On Tuesday, September 19, members of the performing group Synetic Theater traveled to Highland Elementary School to present “The Miraculous Magical Balloon.” The students were … 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.