For poet Richard Betz, a lifetime of observations and silent reveries has found expression in his first book, Bells in the Night. You’ll find copies at Shakespeare &å Company, 204 North 4th Street in Highlands.
Highlands-Cashiers Players takes on the Issue of the Age – Covid-19 – with a light-hearted (yes, light-hearted) musical. The Great Pandemic – a Mystery Musical Love Story will be staged at Highlands Performing Arts Center, October 14-17 and 21-24. For more information, visit highlandsperformingarts.com/hcp.
For Annell Metsker’s evocative portraits, the life of the heart is always the heart of the matter.
Though she’s updated its appearance and tweaked its stable of artists, Susan Whiteside Williams has preserved her father’s generous animating spirit in The William Whiteside Art Gallery. Discover for yourself at 1057 US 64 West in Cashiers or visit whitesideartgallery.com
The Art League of Highlands-Cashiers will explore the directions of The Bascom and the future of the Artistic Community on
The Bascom closes out the year with exhibits that explore the boundaries of 21st century sculpture, the heritage of mosaics and the surprising richness of the local art scene.
Glass artist Beth Bowser was fascinated with stained glass creations as a child. Perhaps the transcendent way light shone through the church windows was a calling not only to glass […]
Though Philiip Curcuru practically fell into photography, landing in Highlands gave his work a new vitality. He’ll be the featured speaker at the Art League of Highlands-Cashiers August 30 meeting at The Bascom.
Nancy Mackoviak’s tin-dency to rummage and forage brought her to a new avenue of artistic expression.
Fairy tales and happy endings lie at the heart of artist Barbara Desmond’s latest venture. To learn more, visit Desmond Fairy Company on Facebook.
This original tribute to the best of Broadway and beyond was created by our very own Playhouse artistic team, led by Marshall Carby and Jimmy Lewis.
Though he is never impersonated, Johnny Cash’s remarkable life story is told through his music, climaxing in a concert that will both move and exhilarate!
The Art League of Highlands-Cashiers’ May Program, set for Monday, May 24, at The Bascom will be given by Carol Misner.
Meander through Highlands soaking in mother nature, live music and local artists and craftspeople.
The Art League of Highlands Cashiers’ Small Works Art Show will be held at the Sapphire Valley Community Center Nov. 26 & 27 2021
The Art League of Highlands-Cashiers Fall Colors show is held at the Civic Center in Highlands October 16 and 17, 2021.
The Art League of Highlands-Cashiers Summer Colors art show will be held July 24 -25, 2021 at the Community Center in Sapphire Valley.
Michael Mayer’s acclaimed production, first seen in the 2012–13 season, sets the action of Verdi’s masterpiece in 1960 Las Vegas—a neon-lit world ruled by money and ruthless, powerful men. Piotr Beczala is the Duke, a popular entertainer and casino owner who will stop at nothing to get what he wants. Željko Lucic sings Rigoletto, his sidekick and comedian, and Diana Damrau is Rigoletto’s innocent daughter, Gilda. When she is seduced by the Duke, Rigoletto sets out on a tragic course of murderous revenge. Štefan Kocán is the assassin Sparafucile and Michele Mariotti conducts.
The Met’s new pay-per-view recital series, Met Stars Live in Concert, continues with soprano Renée Fleming performing live in the music salon of the historic Dumbarton Oaks estate in Washington, D.C. Shown at Highlands PAC
Since 2018, The Bascom has offered local and regional artists an opportunity to tell a larger narrative, explore new artistic concepts, and introduce a body of work to members and guests of the visual arts center through their Pop-Up Series.