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Highlands Art League is excited to present a new experience for children's art classes. Embracing Arms Art classes are designed to let children and adults use their imagination and explore a variety of art mediums as they develop basic skills and create precious keepsakes. These classes will be PERFECT for the little one who is not yet ready to attend class independently or the older child who will enjoy sharing art with a special adult in their life. We welcome children with any adult relative or friend.
Despite a rainy afternoon, the 47th Annual Fine Arts & Crafts Festival on November 2 continued HAL's tradition of bringing the finest artisans of the region to downtown Sebring to provide a day of art, entertainment, and, of course, shopping. Artists and crafters exhibited pieces in every medium and price level for shoppers ranging from the serious art collector to those looking for stocking stuffers.
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Your donation to Highlands Art League, a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to promoting the arts, is tax deductible. Children's programs, the Artists' Village, Highlands MOTA and community events benefit from your gift. We gratefully accept your support and the challenge of providing art and cultural services to benefit our community.
Art Uncorked celebrated two significant milestones on Thursday, October 10. Not only did the Pink Hibiscus class with Linda Kegley mark the beginning of the 2nd year of the program, but the 1000th Customer was honored that night! Sherri Crow was the lucky person to register for the 1000th seat in the classes. Sherri was presented a gift basket of wine and art supplies, along with a memory book that highlighted Sherri's past classes and the year in review.
The 6th Annual International Wine Tasting to benefit Highlands Art League returns to Kenilworth Lodge on January 11, 2014 (6:30pm to 9:30pm). Wine and foods from France, Italy, Spain, and California, as well as selections from a mix of other wine-producing regions will be sampled and paired with gourmet appetizer and dessert selections. Micro-brews and gourmet coffees round out the fare.
The Visual Arts Center overlooks beautiful Lake Jackson in Downtown Sebring, Florida. With large windows giving fabulous light, the Visual Arts Center is ideal for the many classes and workshops that are held at Highlands Art League. One of four buildings that house HAL's activities, the Center is alive with artists through out the year.
If you haven't tried an Art Uncorked class yet, ask your friends - they'll tell you what you are missing! HAL offers this wildly popular concept to non-artists (but artists are welcome also) with our Art Uncorked series. You'll complete a project in one evening, led by a professional artist, and enjoy a fun, laid-back evening of creativity with wine and light snacks offered.
2012 -13 Happenings (see Education for our Class listings)
Every Tuesday, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM - HAL's Gals and Pals open painting group in the Visual Art Center.
Located on the shores of Lake Jackson in downtown Sebring, Florida, The Village consists of three historic buildings with rich Sebring History. Restoration of these buildings began in 2002, with two complete and one still underway. The Village is a hive of artistic activity and an asset to the community of art and culture in Highlands County.