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* FUNdamentals of ArtFUNdamentals of Art

Time: 12:00 am

6-week course every Tuesday; 3:30-5:00 PM Using the National Gallery of Art guidelines for art education for grades K-4, students will learn the five basic elements of art: color, line, shape, form and texture. During the first five weeks of this progressive class, students will have a brief lesson on each element, complete an informational activity worksheet and experiment on their own with each element. The sixth week is a final project that will incorporate all 5 basic elements. 3:30-5:00 PM in Visual Art Center (behind Yellow House). members/ not-yet-members. www.highlandsartleague.org

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* After School Drawing ClassAfter School Drawing Class

8-week course every Wednesday; 4:00-6:00 PM Students 10-18 years old will be encouraged to develop their pencil drawing skills. Students will learn to draw one of the pre-planned drawings and be given the opportunity to learn techniques in house to break down a drawing into smaller manageable parts. During this progressive class, students will learn to see detail and learn techniques in shading and pencil drawings. 4:00-6:00 PM in the Clovelly House (1971 Lakeview Drive) members/ not-yet-members. www.highlandsartleague.org

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* After School Sketching ClassAfter School Sketching Class

6-week course every Thursday; 4:30-6:30 PM During this progressive class, students' will fill pages in their own personal sketchbooks by participating in various activities that are exploratory, interactive, and fun. By the final week, students will have learned artistic terms, have sketched each other, have built and drawn their own still lifes, and know how to draw from their imagination. 4:30-6:30 PM in the Clovelly House (1971 Lakeview Drive) members/ not-yet-members www.highlandsartleague.org

* In Focus Local Photo ExhibitIn Focus Local Photo Exhibit

Stop by the Highlands Museum of the Arts (MoTA) at 351 W. Center Avenue every Thursday-Friday from 1-4 PM in August to view nearly 50 photographs from nine local photographers.

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* Art Uncorked AcrylicArt Uncorked Acrylic

'Wild Cross' with Instructor Megan Ekenstedt; 6 PM. Attendees ages 21+ will 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.  Private parties and gift certificates available. for members and for not yet members. www.highlandsartleague.org

* In Focus Local Photo ExhibitIn Focus Local Photo Exhibit

Stop by the Highlands Museum of the Arts (MoTA) at 351 W. Center Avenue every Thursday-Friday from 1-4 PM in August to view nearly 50 photographs from nine local photographers.

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* Six Week iPhoneography CourseSix Week iPhoneography Course

(Adults/Teens) This course is about the story we tell and the tools we use. Throughout the six weeks we work to develop skills that will allow you to better understand your camera in order to better capture your life around you in an open and authentic way. We will: 1) start by learning the technical basics of your DSLR camera, 2) move from “auto” to “manual” while learning about aperture, shutter speed and ISO along the way and 3) focus on best practices for capturing people, lifestyle and portrait images in your everyday life. Monday evenings at 7:00 PM in Clovelly House. Six-Week Course: 0 Members/0 Not-yet members. Instructor: Caroline Maxcy www.highlandsartleague.org

* Six Week iPhoneography CourseSix Week iPhoneography Course

(All Ages) This 6-week course will examine the way we tell stories through photography using Smartphones in what is termed “iPhoneography.” During this progressive course, we will move into more "advanced" tools and composition through demonstrations and hands-on lessons introducing students to the craft and aesthetics of photography as well as enhance their digital skills using the camera. Monday evenings at 5:30PM in the Clovelly House (green). Six-Week Course: 0 Members/ 0 Not-yet members. Instructor: Caroline Maxcy. www.highlandsartleague.org

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* FUNdamentals of ArtFUNdamentals of Art

Time: 12:00 am

6-week course every Tuesday; 3:30-5:00 PM Using the National Gallery of Art guidelines for art education for grades K-4, students will learn the five basic elements of art: color, line, shape, form and texture. During the first five weeks of this progressive class, students will have a brief lesson on each element, complete an informational activity worksheet and experiment on their own with each element. The sixth week is a final project that will incorporate all 5 basic elements. 3:30-5:00 PM in Visual Art Center (behind Yellow House). members/ not-yet-members. www.highlandsartleague.org

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* After School Drawing ClassAfter School Drawing Class

8-week course every Wednesday; 4:00-6:00 PM Students 10-18 years old will be encouraged to develop their pencil drawing skills. Students will learn to draw one of the pre-planned drawings and be given the opportunity to learn techniques in house to break down a drawing into smaller manageable parts. During this progressive class, students will learn to see detail and learn techniques in shading and pencil drawings. 4:00-6:00 PM in the Clovelly House (1971 Lakeview Drive) members/ not-yet-members. www.highlandsartleague.org

* Bus Stop by HLTBus Stop by HLT

Sept. 10-21: Bus Stop presented by Highlands Little Theatre In a rural Kansas diner on a howling wintry night, things heat up when stranded bus passengers explore love.  This enchanting comedic drama portrays the full spectrum of romantic relationships. Naive Bo is determined to marry Cherie, whether she’s interested or not. Teacher Gerald makes a play for the waitress and the diner owner frolics with the bus driver.  A classic tale of optimism, romance and loneliness. Contains adult situations that may not be suitable for young children.  Written by William Inge. Prodcued by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. For tickets, visit www.HighlandsLittleTheatre.org

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* Funky Citrus TreeFunky Citrus Tree

Art Uncorked Acrylic 'Funky Citrus Tree' with Instructor Kristy Harris; 6 PM. Attendees ages 21+ will 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.  Private parties and gift certificates available. for members and for not yet members. www.highlandsartleague.org

* After School Sketching ClassAfter School Sketching Class

6-week course every Thursday; 4:30-6:30 PM During this progressive class, students' will fill pages in their own personal sketchbooks by participating in various activities that are exploratory, interactive, and fun. By the final week, students will have learned artistic terms, have sketched each other, have built and drawn their own still lifes, and know how to draw from their imagination. 4:30-6:30 PM in the Clovelly House (1971 Lakeview Drive) members/ not-yet-members www.highlandsartleague.org

* In Focus Local Photo ExhibitIn Focus Local Photo Exhibit

Stop by the Highlands Museum of the Arts (MoTA) at 351 W. Center Avenue every Thursday-Friday from 1-4 PM in August to view nearly 50 photographs from nine local photographers.

* Bus Stop by HLTBus Stop by HLT

Sept. 10-21: Bus Stop presented by Highlands Little Theatre In a rural Kansas diner on a howling wintry night, things heat up when stranded bus passengers explore love.  This enchanting comedic drama portrays the full spectrum of romantic relationships. Naive Bo is determined to marry Cherie, whether she’s interested or not. Teacher Gerald makes a play for the waitress and the diner owner frolics with the bus driver.  A classic tale of optimism, romance and loneliness. Contains adult situations that may not be suitable for young children.  Written by William Inge. Prodcued by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. For tickets, visit www.HighlandsLittleTheatre.org

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* Artist of the Month ReceptionArtist of the Month Reception

Join the Highlands Art League at the Yellow House Gallery & Gift Shop (1989 Lakeview Drive) for the monthly artist of the month reception from 5-8 PM with the featured artist, refreshments, wine and live music by Steve Jones. Free admission www.highlandsartleague.org

* In Focus Local Photo ExhibitIn Focus Local Photo Exhibit

Stop by the Highlands Museum of the Arts (MoTA) at 351 W. Center Avenue every Thursday-Friday from 1-4 PM in August to view nearly 50 photographs from nine local photographers.

* Bus Stop by HLTBus Stop by HLT

Sept. 10-21: Bus Stop presented by Highlands Little Theatre In a rural Kansas diner on a howling wintry night, things heat up when stranded bus passengers explore love.  This enchanting comedic drama portrays the full spectrum of romantic relationships. Naive Bo is determined to marry Cherie, whether she’s interested or not. Teacher Gerald makes a play for the waitress and the diner owner frolics with the bus driver.  A classic tale of optimism, romance and loneliness. Contains adult situations that may not be suitable for young children.  Written by William Inge. Prodcued by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. For tickets, visit www.HighlandsLittleTheatre.org

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* Constitution CelebrationConstitution Celebration

at the Champion for Children Circle Theatre at 2:00 PM featuring speakers Ted Moore and Judge Angela Cowden. Live music By Asia Gilroy and TJ Mercer.

* Bus Stop by HLTBus Stop by HLT

Sept. 10-21: Bus Stop presented by Highlands Little Theatre In a rural Kansas diner on a howling wintry night, things heat up when stranded bus passengers explore love.  This enchanting comedic drama portrays the full spectrum of romantic relationships. Naive Bo is determined to marry Cherie, whether she’s interested or not. Teacher Gerald makes a play for the waitress and the diner owner frolics with the bus driver.  A classic tale of optimism, romance and loneliness. Contains adult situations that may not be suitable for young children.  Written by William Inge. Prodcued by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. For tickets, visit www.HighlandsLittleTheatre.org

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* Bus Stop by HLTBus Stop by HLT

Sept. 10-21: Bus Stop presented by Highlands Little Theatre In a rural Kansas diner on a howling wintry night, things heat up when stranded bus passengers explore love.  This enchanting comedic drama portrays the full spectrum of romantic relationships. Naive Bo is determined to marry Cherie, whether she’s interested or not. Teacher Gerald makes a play for the waitress and the diner owner frolics with the bus driver.  A classic tale of optimism, romance and loneliness. Contains adult situations that may not be suitable for young children.  Written by William Inge. Prodcued by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. For tickets, visit www.HighlandsLittleTheatre.org

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* Six Week iPhoneography CourseSix Week iPhoneography Course

(Adults/Teens) This course is about the story we tell and the tools we use. Throughout the six weeks we work to develop skills that will allow you to better understand your camera in order to better capture your life around you in an open and authentic way. We will: 1) start by learning the technical basics of your DSLR camera, 2) move from “auto” to “manual” while learning about aperture, shutter speed and ISO along the way and 3) focus on best practices for capturing people, lifestyle and portrait images in your everyday life. Monday evenings at 7:00 PM in Clovelly House. Six-Week Course: 0 Members/0 Not-yet members. Instructor: Caroline Maxcy www.highlandsartleague.org

* Six Week iPhoneography CourseSix Week iPhoneography Course

(All Ages) This 6-week course will examine the way we tell stories through photography using Smartphones in what is termed “iPhoneography.” During this progressive course, we will move into more "advanced" tools and composition through demonstrations and hands-on lessons introducing students to the craft and aesthetics of photography as well as enhance their digital skills using the camera. Monday evenings at 5:30PM in the Clovelly House (green). Six-Week Course: 0 Members/ 0 Not-yet members. Instructor: Caroline Maxcy. www.highlandsartleague.org

* Bus Stop by HLTBus Stop by HLT

Sept. 10-21: Bus Stop presented by Highlands Little Theatre In a rural Kansas diner on a howling wintry night, things heat up when stranded bus passengers explore love.  This enchanting comedic drama portrays the full spectrum of romantic relationships. Naive Bo is determined to marry Cherie, whether she’s interested or not. Teacher Gerald makes a play for the waitress and the diner owner frolics with the bus driver.  A classic tale of optimism, romance and loneliness. Contains adult situations that may not be suitable for young children.  Written by William Inge. Prodcued by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. For tickets, visit www.HighlandsLittleTheatre.org

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* Bus Stop by HLTBus Stop by HLT

Sept. 10-21: Bus Stop presented by Highlands Little Theatre In a rural Kansas diner on a howling wintry night, things heat up when stranded bus passengers explore love.  This enchanting comedic drama portrays the full spectrum of romantic relationships. Naive Bo is determined to marry Cherie, whether she’s interested or not. Teacher Gerald makes a play for the waitress and the diner owner frolics with the bus driver.  A classic tale of optimism, romance and loneliness. Contains adult situations that may not be suitable for young children.  Written by William Inge. Prodcued by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. For tickets, visit www.HighlandsLittleTheatre.org

* FUNdamentals of ArtFUNdamentals of Art

Time: 12:00 am

6-week course every Tuesday; 3:30-5:00 PM Using the National Gallery of Art guidelines for art education for grades K-4, students will learn the five basic elements of art: color, line, shape, form and texture. During the first five weeks of this progressive class, students will have a brief lesson on each element, complete an informational activity worksheet and experiment on their own with each element. The sixth week is a final project that will incorporate all 5 basic elements. 3:30-5:00 PM in Visual Art Center (behind Yellow House). members/ not-yet-members. www.highlandsartleague.org

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* Culinary Art ClassCulinary Art Class

Get Rolled on Wednesday, Sept. 17 at 6:00 PM, chef/owner Jason Cheng from Cang Tong Restaurant will lead attendees through the perfection of the sushi roll.  /member; /not-yet-a-member.   Sponsored by Cang Tong Restaurant. www.highlandsartleague.org

* After School Drawing ClassAfter School Drawing Class

8-week course every Wednesday; 4:00-6:00 PM Students 10-18 years old will be encouraged to develop their pencil drawing skills. Students will learn to draw one of the pre-planned drawings and be given the opportunity to learn techniques in house to break down a drawing into smaller manageable parts. During this progressive class, students will learn to see detail and learn techniques in shading and pencil drawings. 4:00-6:00 PM in the Clovelly House (1971 Lakeview Drive) members/ not-yet-members. www.highlandsartleague.org

* Bus Stop by HLTBus Stop by HLT

Sept. 10-21: Bus Stop presented by Highlands Little Theatre In a rural Kansas diner on a howling wintry night, things heat up when stranded bus passengers explore love.  This enchanting comedic drama portrays the full spectrum of romantic relationships. Naive Bo is determined to marry Cherie, whether she’s interested or not. Teacher Gerald makes a play for the waitress and the diner owner frolics with the bus driver.  A classic tale of optimism, romance and loneliness. Contains adult situations that may not be suitable for young children.  Written by William Inge. Prodcued by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. For tickets, visit www.HighlandsLittleTheatre.org

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* Art Uncorked AcrylicArt Uncorked Acrylic

'Trebled Heart' with Instructor Megan Ekenstedt; 6 PM. Attendees ages 21+ will 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.  Private parties and gift certificates available. for members and for not yet members. www.highlandsartleague.org

* After School Sketching ClassAfter School Sketching Class

6-week course every Thursday; 4:30-6:30 PM During this progressive class, students' will fill pages in their own personal sketchbooks by participating in various activities that are exploratory, interactive, and fun. By the final week, students will have learned artistic terms, have sketched each other, have built and drawn their own still lifes, and know how to draw from their imagination. 4:30-6:30 PM in the Clovelly House (1971 Lakeview Drive) members/ not-yet-members www.highlandsartleague.org

* In Focus Local Photo ExhibitIn Focus Local Photo Exhibit

Stop by the Highlands Museum of the Arts (MoTA) at 351 W. Center Avenue every Thursday-Friday from 1-4 PM in August to view nearly 50 photographs from nine local photographers.

* Bus Stop by HLTBus Stop by HLT

Sept. 10-21: Bus Stop presented by Highlands Little Theatre In a rural Kansas diner on a howling wintry night, things heat up when stranded bus passengers explore love.  This enchanting comedic drama portrays the full spectrum of romantic relationships. Naive Bo is determined to marry Cherie, whether she’s interested or not. Teacher Gerald makes a play for the waitress and the diner owner frolics with the bus driver.  A classic tale of optimism, romance and loneliness. Contains adult situations that may not be suitable for young children.  Written by William Inge. Prodcued by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. For tickets, visit www.HighlandsLittleTheatre.org

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* Art No CorkArt No Cork

Fluorescent Acrylic ‘Galaxy Glow’ with Instructor Tori Roman; 6 PM. Attendees ages 13+ will complete a fluorescent/glow in the dark project in one evening, led by a professional artist, and enjoy a fun, laid-back evening of creativity with refreshments. Attendees ages 21+ may bring wine. Private parties and gift certificates available. for members/ for not yet members. www.highlandsartleague.org

* In Focus Local Photo ExhibitIn Focus Local Photo Exhibit

Stop by the Highlands Museum of the Arts (MoTA) at 351 W. Center Avenue every Thursday-Friday from 1-4 PM in August to view nearly 50 photographs from nine local photographers.

* Bus Stop by HLTBus Stop by HLT

Sept. 10-21: Bus Stop presented by Highlands Little Theatre In a rural Kansas diner on a howling wintry night, things heat up when stranded bus passengers explore love.  This enchanting comedic drama portrays the full spectrum of romantic relationships. Naive Bo is determined to marry Cherie, whether she’s interested or not. Teacher Gerald makes a play for the waitress and the diner owner frolics with the bus driver.  A classic tale of optimism, romance and loneliness. Contains adult situations that may not be suitable for young children.  Written by William Inge. Prodcued by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. For tickets, visit www.HighlandsLittleTheatre.org

* Sebring ThunderSebring Thunder

Join us for Sebring’s largest car show complete with Welcome Reception, Burnout on the Circle, Car Show, BBQ & Awards Banquet. For more information, visit www.SebringCruise.com.

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* The Gibbs Family The Gibbs Family

performs at a Christian Dinner Concert at Dee’s Restaurant at 6:00 PM *Gospel music; must RSVP seating is limited. Donations accepted.  (863) 471-2228

* Downtown Community Sidewalk SaDowntown Community Sidewalk Sa

Bargain shoppers and browsers, stop by Downtown Sebring from 7AM-1PM for our local monthly sidewalk sales. For space or more information, call Linda (863) 382-2649 or visit www.DestinationDowntownSebring.com.

* Downtown Sidewalk SaleDowntown Sidewalk Sale

Bargain shoppers and browsers, stop by Downtown Sebring from 7AM-1PM for our local monthly sidewalk sales. For space or more information, call Linda (863) 382-2649 or visit www.DestinationDowntownSebring.com.

* Bus Stop by HLTBus Stop by HLT

Sept. 10-21: Bus Stop presented by Highlands Little Theatre In a rural Kansas diner on a howling wintry night, things heat up when stranded bus passengers explore love.  This enchanting comedic drama portrays the full spectrum of romantic relationships. Naive Bo is determined to marry Cherie, whether she’s interested or not. Teacher Gerald makes a play for the waitress and the diner owner frolics with the bus driver.  A classic tale of optimism, romance and loneliness. Contains adult situations that may not be suitable for young children.  Written by William Inge. Prodcued by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. For tickets, visit www.HighlandsLittleTheatre.org

* Sebring ThunderSebring Thunder

Join us for Sebring’s largest car show complete with Welcome Reception, Burnout on the Circle, Car Show, BBQ & Awards Banquet. For more information, visit www.SebringCruise.com.

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* Bus Stop by HLTBus Stop by HLT

Sept. 10-21: Bus Stop presented by Highlands Little Theatre In a rural Kansas diner on a howling wintry night, things heat up when stranded bus passengers explore love.  This enchanting comedic drama portrays the full spectrum of romantic relationships. Naive Bo is determined to marry Cherie, whether she’s interested or not. Teacher Gerald makes a play for the waitress and the diner owner frolics with the bus driver.  A classic tale of optimism, romance and loneliness. Contains adult situations that may not be suitable for young children.  Written by William Inge. Prodcued by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. For tickets, visit www.HighlandsLittleTheatre.org

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* Six Week iPhoneography CourseSix Week iPhoneography Course

(Adults/Teens) This course is about the story we tell and the tools we use. Throughout the six weeks we work to develop skills that will allow you to better understand your camera in order to better capture your life around you in an open and authentic way. We will: 1) start by learning the technical basics of your DSLR camera, 2) move from “auto” to “manual” while learning about aperture, shutter speed and ISO along the way and 3) focus on best practices for capturing people, lifestyle and portrait images in your everyday life. Monday evenings at 7:00 PM in Clovelly House. Six-Week Course: 0 Members/0 Not-yet members. Instructor: Caroline Maxcy www.highlandsartleague.org

* Six Week iPhoneography CourseSix Week iPhoneography Course

(All Ages) This 6-week course will examine the way we tell stories through photography using Smartphones in what is termed “iPhoneography.” During this progressive course, we will move into more "advanced" tools and composition through demonstrations and hands-on lessons introducing students to the craft and aesthetics of photography as well as enhance their digital skills using the camera. Monday evenings at 5:30PM in the Clovelly House (green). Six-Week Course: 0 Members/ 0 Not-yet members. Instructor: Caroline Maxcy. www.highlandsartleague.org

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* Art Uncorked AcrylicArt Uncorked Acrylic

'Message in a Bottle' with Instructor Megan Ekenstedt; 6 PM. Attendees ages 21+ will 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.  Private parties and gift certificates available. for members and for not yet members. www.highlandsartleague.org

* FUNdamentals of ArtFUNdamentals of Art

Time: 12:00 am

6-week course every Tuesday; 3:30-5:00 PM Using the National Gallery of Art guidelines for art education for grades K-4, students will learn the five basic elements of art: color, line, shape, form and texture. During the first five weeks of this progressive class, students will have a brief lesson on each element, complete an informational activity worksheet and experiment on their own with each element. The sixth week is a final project that will incorporate all 5 basic elements. 3:30-5:00 PM in Visual Art Center (behind Yellow House). members/ not-yet-members. www.highlandsartleague.org

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* After School Drawing ClassAfter School Drawing Class

8-week course every Wednesday; 4:00-6:00 PM Students 10-18 years old will be encouraged to develop their pencil drawing skills. Students will learn to draw one of the pre-planned drawings and be given the opportunity to learn techniques in house to break down a drawing into smaller manageable parts. During this progressive class, students will learn to see detail and learn techniques in shading and pencil drawings. 4:00-6:00 PM in the Clovelly House (1971 Lakeview Drive) members/ not-yet-members. www.highlandsartleague.org

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* Art Uncorked AcrylicArt Uncorked Acrylic

'Bottle Nose' with Instructor Alice Hansen; 6 PM. Attendees ages 21+ will 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.  Private parties and gift certificates available. for members and for not yet members. www.highlandsartleague.org

* After School Sketching ClassAfter School Sketching Class

6-week course every Thursday; 4:30-6:30 PM During this progressive class, students' will fill pages in their own personal sketchbooks by participating in various activities that are exploratory, interactive, and fun. By the final week, students will have learned artistic terms, have sketched each other, have built and drawn their own still lifes, and know how to draw from their imagination. 4:30-6:30 PM in the Clovelly House (1971 Lakeview Drive) members/ not-yet-members www.highlandsartleague.org

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* Karaoke With the Stars Karaoke With the Stars

at Highlands Little Theatre *Live musical theater performance. www.HighlandsLittleTheatre.org.

* Art Uncorked AcrylicArt Uncorked Acrylic

'Wicked Wine' with Instructor Kristy Harris; 6 PM. Attendees ages 21+ will 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.  Private parties and gift certificates available. for members and for not yet members. www.highlandsartleague.org

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* Six Week iPhoneography CourseSix Week iPhoneography Course

(Adults/Teens) This course is about the story we tell and the tools we use. Throughout the six weeks we work to develop skills that will allow you to better understand your camera in order to better capture your life around you in an open and authentic way. We will: 1) start by learning the technical basics of your DSLR camera, 2) move from “auto” to “manual” while learning about aperture, shutter speed and ISO along the way and 3) focus on best practices for capturing people, lifestyle and portrait images in your everyday life. Monday evenings at 7:00 PM in Clovelly House. Six-Week Course: 0 Members/0 Not-yet members. Instructor: Caroline Maxcy www.highlandsartleague.org

* Six Week iPhoneography CourseSix Week iPhoneography Course

(All Ages) This 6-week course will examine the way we tell stories through photography using Smartphones in what is termed “iPhoneography.” During this progressive course, we will move into more "advanced" tools and composition through demonstrations and hands-on lessons introducing students to the craft and aesthetics of photography as well as enhance their digital skills using the camera. Monday evenings at 5:30PM in the Clovelly House (green). Six-Week Course: 0 Members/ 0 Not-yet members. Instructor: Caroline Maxcy. www.highlandsartleague.org

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* FUNdamentals of ArtFUNdamentals of Art

Time: 12:00 am

6-week course every Tuesday; 3:30-5:00 PM Using the National Gallery of Art guidelines for art education for grades K-4, students will learn the five basic elements of art: color, line, shape, form and texture. During the first five weeks of this progressive class, students will have a brief lesson on each element, complete an informational activity worksheet and experiment on their own with each element. The sixth week is a final project that will incorporate all 5 basic elements. 3:30-5:00 PM in Visual Art Center (behind Yellow House). members/ not-yet-members. www.highlandsartleague.org

         

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