Keeping the Arts Alive During the Pandemic

Since 1966, when The Highlands Art League formed, we have faced many challenging moments in history. Throughout these times, we have persevered, and have continued to provide meaningful experiences, connecting people with great art in a historic setting and in our community. 

We now face a new adversity due to the Covid-19 crisis. Once again, we choose to meet this adversity head on; we are working from our homes, creating connections for our social media followers for virtual programming and museum visits around the world, and planning for the day when we can again welcome you in person at HAL/MoTA. We need your help to ensure that HAL has the vital resources necessary to continue operating during this time. 

As part of our Art League/Museum family, you have joined us in our home at The Village Where Art Lives and in our community. This is why we have been a treasured asset to the Sebring and Highlands County community. You make a difference! And that is why I am asking you to consider supporting HAL/MoTA now. At a time in our country when people need the healing power of art more than ever, our doors are closed. But we are reaching art lovers every day through our virtual presence, readying to open MoTA with “Faces”, an exhibit of the work of artist Beverly Marshall including stunning images created online during the pandemic, preparing for classes and three fall events – The Derby Party on September 5, The Highlands Fine Arts and Crafts Festival, November 5, and the Race Gala, November 13. 

But we cannot do this alone. As a member of our Art League/museum family, please rise to this challenge with us. 

Please Click Here to donate to HAL in this time of need. Thank you!