Art Club for kids
1st Monday of each month.
Oct 5, Nov 2, Dec 7
The kids will complete 3 projects each month and learn many forms of art and techniques.
The cost is $10 each session
Drawing Class for kids
by Regan Reichert
The cost is $10 per class
Sept 14 and 28
Oct 12, 19, 26
Nov 9, 16, 23, 30
Basic Drawing Class for Adults
Registration fee: $15
Learn to draw by using shapes and values.
This is a must have class for all artists, no matter what your medium of choice.
Sept 21, 2 pm to 3:30 pm
Teacher Regan Reichert
Water Color Class by Sharon Cannon
Registration fee: $15
Sept 21 10 am to Noon
This class is for the beginner watercolorist to learn all the basic techniques of watercolor.
Colored Pencil Class by Sharon Cannon
Registration Fee: $15
You will need a basic Prisma Colored Pencil Set, a #2 pencil and eraser and smooth drawing paper.
10 am to Noon
Oil painting by Brandon Tracy
Registration Fee: $20
Sept 23rd at 10 am to 1 pm
You will learn Brandon technique for acquiring a realistic oil painting on canvas
Basic supplies: Oil set, brushes and an easel if you have one and a canvas 16 X 20
Friends of Art Group meets every second and third Wednesday. With wonderful guest artists and workshops. 11 am
Don’t forgot our upcoming holiday craft day at the City Building on December 5th and the jolly appearance of a little man in a red suit.
For more information: highlandcityarts.org or to register for classes call Shauna 801-756-9614
All Classes are held at the Community Center in Highland.
Announcing Auditions for Highland City Arts Council’s production of the Pulitzer, Tony, and Olivier Prize winning play, Dancing at Lughnasa to run October 26, 28-30, November 2 at the Highland Community Center Directed by M. Chase and Brooke Hess Grant.
Brooke is currently finishing her Theater degree from Utah Valley University, and will pursue a career in secondary education as a Drama teacher. Brooke most recently directed an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Midsummer Nights Dream that performed at the Dell in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England at the request of the Royal Shakespeare Company. Chase recently graduated with his M.F.A. in Staging Shakespeare from the University of Exeter in the UK. While in England Chase had the opportunity to train and perform at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London. Brooke and Chase have directed several shows together in the last decade, and are excited to begin this new project!
Auditions will be held Tuesday September 1st and Friday September 4th from 7:30-10:00 p.m. at the Highland Community Center at 5378 W 10400 N in Highland by Mtn. Ridge Jr. High with Callback at the same location at 12:00 on Saturday, September 5th.
All roles are open.
Kate Mundy (30-40) F
Kate is the eldest of the Mundy sisters and behaves as a Mother figure as a result.
Maggie Mundy (25-35) F
In place of a career, Maggie acts as the chief family homemaker. Throughout the play she is revealed as serving a deeper purpose as the “joker” of the family, defusing tensions as they arise.
Christina Mundy (20-30) F
At 26 years old, Chris is the youngest of the Mundy sisters, and, like Maggie, has no paid job. Gerry Evans fathered her son, Michael, seven years ago and is seen as walking in and out of their lives as he chooses.
Rose Mundy (25-35) F
Rose is 32, but behaves much younger than her years, due to a developmental disability.
Agnes Mundy (25-35) F
Agnes is quiet and contemplative, knitting gloves with Rose whilst also helping to keep the house in order; along with Maggie.
Michael Evans (6-12) M
Michael does not appear onstage as an adult, but his presence is alluded to by the other characters, while the adult Michael speaks his lines from the side of the stage. As a child, Michael is seen as being surrounded by love, since all five of the sisters dote on him. Michael also acts as a narrator, not only dictating the action as it goes on, but revealing the futures of the other characters in the play.
Gerry Evans (25-40) M
Gerry Evans is initially portrayed as an intensely negative character, particularly by Kate, for having left Chris after fathering her illegitimate son, Michael.
Father Jack (45+) M
Jack is in his late fifties. He had left home as a young man to work as a missionary in a leper colony in Uganda.
Dancing is set in Ireland’s County Donegal in August 1936, around the festival of Lughnasa, the Celtic harvest festival, in the fictional town of Ballybeg. It is a Memory play told from the point of view of the adult Michael Evans, the narrator. He recounts the summer in his aunts’ cottage when he was seven years old. The play depicts the late summer days when love briefly seems possible for three of the Mundy sisters (Chris, Rose, and Kate) and the family welcomes home the frail elder brother, who has returned from a life as a missionary in Africa. However, as the summer ends, the family foresees the sadness and economic privations under which they will suffer as all hopes fade. The play takes place in early August, around the festival of Lughnasa, the Celtic harvest festival.
HIGHLAND CHILDREN’S CHOIR AUDITIONS !
We are now filling new spots for the 2015-2016 Highland Children’s Choir Season. Spots are limited this season but we would love to have all who are interested participate!! We only take new members once a year so if you are at all interested please call as soon as possible. We hate to turn people away once we are full!!! Come and Sing with Us!!!
Spots are reserved in the order calls are received. You can reserve a registration spot by calling 801-492-0590 or if you would like more information as well, please feel free to call. We are looking for children who LOVE to sing!!
Auditions and registration dates are August 15th and 22nd. Our choir season starts the first Tuesday in September. Please call to schedule your registration appointment.
For more choir information please see below:
Choirs are available for different age groups:
Young Singers 4-7 yrs: Young Singers focus on beginning music education skills, playful music games, rhythmic intervals, solfege, and singing, singing, singing! Students receive a wonderful foundation for their developing musicianship. (This class tends to fill up very quickly)!
Highland Children’s Choir 8-12 yrs: Choir students begin learning beautiful, advanced choral repertoire arranged just for children. Teaching takes place in a fun, safe, non-competitive environment where they learn beautiful music as well as more advanced music education training in sight singing, parts, conducting workshops, performance, and beginning vocal skills. This class is an amazing choral experience for children.
Highland Girls Choir 12-18 yrs: The older girls begin singing in three parts, Soprano, Second Soprano and Alto. They have a substantial sight singing course that they work through as well as being rotated through small group voice lessons. Their voices and performance abilities come alive in this class. The music is very complex and beautiful!!!! (There are very limited spots available in this class).
All three choirs participate in beautiful concerts that are performed in the Timberline Concert Hall! Choirs wear beautiful white robes and we bring in strings and other instruments to create a fabulous performance opportunity. The Girls Choir wear beautiful blue gowns.
The Highland Children’s Choir has performed in the Provo Tabernacle, Covey Center for the Arts, and DeJong Concert Hall. Our concerts are beautiful events and are always packed.
Spots will be filled in the order calls are received. For information call 492-0590. COME AND SING WITH US!
Highland Children’s Choir
Utah Valley Chamber Players.
Drawing Class by Regan Reichert
Ages 10 to 14 years of age
Registration $10 per class
Call Shauna 801-756-9614
June 29th, Aug 3rd, 10th. — 2-3:30 pm
Learning to draw what you see—We will learn basic drawing techniques.
Learning to draw accurately is the first step to moving onto other forms of fine art.
Highland City Arts Council is very pleased and excited to announce our 2015 Theatre season!
Dancing at Lughnasa. Dancing is set in Ireland’s County Donegal in August 1936, around the festival of Lughnasa, the Celtic harvest festival, in the fictional town of Ballybeg. It is a Memory play told from the point of view of the adult Michael Evans, the narrator. He recounts the summer in his aunts’ cottage when he was seven years old. The play depicts the late summer days when love briefly seems possible for three of the Mundy sisters (Chris, Rose, and Kate) and the family welcomes home the frail elder brother, who has returned from a life as a missionary in Africa. However, as the summer ends, the family foresees the sadness and economic privations under which they will suffer as all hopes fade. The play takes place in early August, around the festival of Lughnasadh, the Celtic harvest festival.
Season tickets will include all 4 shows (Merchant of Venice is free admission) and will cost only $23.50 for adults, and $21.50 for children, students, and seniors. E-mail email@example.com to reserve your season tickets! Only a limited number are available so act quick!
Friends of Art
We are always looking for new members and you can contact Corene Bennett at 801-768 9643 for further information or to register.
MEETINGS, 2015 — Twice Monthly
Starting September 9, 2015 @ 11 am
Guest Artist, 10:45–1 pm (Come early so we can start at 11). Workshop, 11–2pm: choose your project & potluck lunch. Also considering Museum tours.
Membership Policy: $25 a year, September through May OR $5 a month OR $3 a meeting(visitors: first visit is free, then pay a membership fee)
Questions: Call Corene Bennett 801-768-9643 or Jo Sudweeks 801-756-9717
Art Council Chairman of the Board — Shauna Larson 801-756-9614 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, we are displaying art from local artists in the lobby of the Highland City Hall. Please stop and see the great talent we have right here in our own community.
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