The Highlands Performing Arts Center is shaking off the 2020 pandemic slumber with an optimistic performance calendar, laced with a few surprises. For more information, visit HighlandsPerformingArts.com.
Article Category: Arts in Highlands NC and Cashiers NC
The happy products of the Highlands-Cashiers Art League’s freewheeling Art Camps are on proud display at the Highlands Civic Center.
2021 Photography Artist in Residence Deb Shannan brings an astonishing perspective on the secret life of plants to The Bascom.
Highlands Playhouse’s embrace of innovative practices and an unstoppable “Let’s Put on A Show!” attitude ensures that live theater will survive on the Plateau.
“To be an inventor you need a good imagination and a pile of junk.” -Thomas Edison. This Month’s Feature Artist, Jonathan Langberg, has taken Mr. Edison’s advice to heart.
For photographer Dylan Lytle, capturing the drama embedded within the Wild Places lies at the heart of his art.
Even a global pandemic won’t prevent Highlands-Cashiers Chamber Music Festival from drawing up plans for a lavish 40th Season. To stay up to date with all the plans and performances, visit hcmusicfestival.org.
An appreciation for nature and tradition and a healthy sense of creative playfulness are woven into each of Michael and Joann Brown’s unique creations.
A bright-as-sunshine painting on display at Shakespeare & Company Booksellers recalls a golden afternoon when a pair of hot-air balloons adorned the skies above Highlands.
Jeannie Chambers’ latest book explores the perils and possibilities of glimpsing the future. Arnetta and The Mirror of Destiny is available locally as well as on Amazon.