The Bascom Winter Resident Artist Program, better known as the W.R.A.P., calls on Students or Faculty from the surrounding universities to submit site-specific installation proposals for The Bascom’s unique and beautiful Thompson Gallery.
Wake up the body and mind with this energizing Hatha Flow practice that improves circulation, balance and mindfulness. Benefits include flexibility, balance, strength, and focus, inside and out. A great way to start your day!
This class is suitable for LEVELS 1, 2 and 3 of yoga practitioners. We recommend students new to yoga begin with our Beginner and Level 1 classes first to establish comfort and familiarity of the basics of yoga before moving into any mixed level class.
Online registration required and class is limited to 15 people.
Breathe, move, sweat and connect! Stoked by yogic breathing techniques, the internal heat of the body couples well with the external heat of the room to allow you the opportunity to drop a little deeper into your practice.
Each pose creates an opportunity to transform and grow without sacrificing the integrity of Yoga's mind, body, breath relationship.
Warm Flow Yoga class is taught in a heated room of 80-85 degrees. This is NOT hot yoga which is 90-115 degrees.
This class is suited for level 1, 2 and 3 students. Modifications and enhancements are offered as needed so everyone in the class is able to work at their own level comfortably. This class is not suited for beginners.
Emergence celebrates the role of teaching and mentoring in artistic development, highlighting works by faculty mentors their students. The 34 pairs of artists presented in this exhibition represent 20 institutions of higher education from the Southeast. Their works represent a wide variety of approaches to subject matter, innovative use of materials, and mastery of traditional mediums being taught and practiced in contemporary studio programs.
A free public reception will be held Thursday, February 23 at 5pm at The Bascom to celebrate our winter exhibitions.
In partnership with the Highlands United Methodist Church and the MANNA FoodBank, the Highlands Food Pantry provides food assistance to residents of Highlands and the surrounding communities.
If you are experiencing financial hardship and are food-insecure, we strongly encourage you to visit the Highlands Food Pantry.
Known as the “Cheers” of Bookstores, the Bookworm in Highlands is affiliated with the Hudson Library: all books are donated; all staff are volunteers; and all funds go to help support the library. More than a retail store, we are a community service offering carefully sorted donated books to provide the best quality at a used bookstore price.
Come discover the “yoga of writing” for self-awareness and personal growth. No writing experience necessary! Just have a journal and a pen.
This month's topic will be the solution to healing hurts, grief, hard situations, and trauma to become your own loving parent, your own cheerleader, your own best friend.
This six-week online class will help you take your landscape photography to a whole new level. Inspiration will be sparked through photographic exercises, time photographing in the field, and supportive critiques.
Photographers of all levels are welcome and even seasoned practitioners should find value in this unique approach to the medium. Participants will be offered the opportunity to have their photographs juried into the Listening to the Land: Reimagining the Bartram Trail community exhibition in Fall 2023.
Building on last year's success, our English Language Learners classes will resume on February 27th at the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd.
Classes will run Mondays and Tuesdays, 6 pm to 8 pm and will include dinner and childcare for students and their families.
There are three learning levels: Beginner, Level I, and Level II. The classes are facilitated by trained faculty with experience teaching English to non-native speakers.
Going through a bit of a mid-life crisis, Marty, the zebra, wishes that he could be out in the wild.
After meeting a bunch of crazy penguins who also want to escape from the zoo, Marty follows them and breaks free.
Discovering that their friend has gone, Alex the lion, Melman the "hypocon-giraffe" and Gloria the hippo, go on a mission to find him and bring him back to the zoo.