The Visual Arts Center

The Highlands Art League Visual Arts Center is the home for classes and gatherings for creative and cultural endeavors. “Mornings With Larry” class happens here, upcoming Art Uncorked is held in this building, Gals and Pals, Art Camps for Kids and the potential for much more.

Ongoing GALS AND PALS OPEN PAIINT Every Tuesday morning from 9:00am – 12:00pm

Free to all Highlands Art League Members.

The Highlands Art League (HAL) is a 501 c3 non profit organization formed in 1966 by a visionary group that identified the need for a cultural entity within the county that would bring awareness of the visual arts and support for the endeavors of local and regional artists.  This group included Aronette Schneck, Lillian Depp and Elsa Kahn.  The organization provides art education for kids and adults; studio, gallery and exhibit space for artists and art collections, an annual Spring Fling Gala, Golf Tournament Fundraiser, the annual Fine Arts Festival.   HAL is responsible for all repair, maintenance, utilities, security, insurance, taxes of the buildings and property as well as all expenses associated with our different programs, activities and exhibits, so HAL relies heavily on the support of community  such as yourself.  If you would like to donate to the Highlands Art League click here

Mission:
To encourage emerging and evolving artists of all ages and to positively impact our community through the celebration and exploration of the arts

Goals:

With support from community and regional sponsors, HAL hopes to raise funds to: 1) develop a stronger kids and teen art education program year round, 2) expand its Artist in Residency Program in a new format,  3) expand programs and activities for artists of all ages and abilities and 4) continue growth in arts and culture for the county.

With your support and involvement, more individuals (of all ages) will receive exposure to art and cultural in our community, which often leads to positive, life-changing impacts.  The benefits of art education in communities has been proven in the areas of: Health, Interpersonal, Social, Cultural and Economic.

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