April 4th at 9:30 a.m.
At Heritage Park
Annual Easter Egg Hunt and Cookie Decorating Contest
Highland City Arts Council is proud to announce that this year we will offer a visual arts scholarship to a High School Senior.
You must be accepted into an art program at the college of your choice, and be a resident of Highland City. There will be a $500 reward that will be directed to your school in your name for the year 2015-2016. Quesions call Shauna 801-756-9614
1. Applicant must have applied and been accepted for admission to a college or university
2. Applicant must be a full time student in the year 2015-2016
3. Applicant will submit three pieces of art properly framed with a wire on the back for hanging and include an explanation card with the name of the art, medium(s) used, artist’s name and phone number
4. All applicants will be required to (A) Display the art either at the high school or the Highland City Building prior to judging and the art is to remain on display for the month of April.
(B) Allow the Art Council to display the art at the Highland City Fling Days the last week of July 2015
5. Applicant agrees to be interviewed by the scholarship committee.
6. Applicant must be a Highland resident
Name and Address of College or University of Choice
Have you received any other assistance or scholarship for tuition? YES NO
Application Attachment: Please submit a one page cover letter typed on a separate document and submit with your application to the scholarship committee. Include the reasons you would benefit by receiving an art scholarship. Also, please include photograph of each art piece.
Applicant acknowledges that all of the information submitted is correct and that the artwork is original and entirely done by the student.
Signature of Applicant ______________________________________________Date____________________
Please submit the application along with cover letter by April 1, 2015 to:
Highland City Arts Council
P.O. Box 1464
Highland Utah 84003
Or email application and cover letter to: email@example.com
Questions: Call Shauna Holt at 801-756-9614
Drawing Class by Regan Reichert
Ages 10 to 14 years of age
Registration $10 per class
Call Shauna 801-756-9614
March 9th 3-4:30 pm
April 13th & 27th 3-4:30 pm
May 11th 3-4:30 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!
We will be kicking off the season February 23-28 with the play
Standing, Still Standing. This play by local award-winning playwright Melissa Leilani Larson is a contemporary, humorous love story that moves between the waking world, the online community, and dreams. Standing Still Standing shows the strains chronic fatigue syndrome can put on a man’s life and marriage. This is a comedy about love and life — and staying awake for both. Winner of the 2002 Vera Hinckley Mayhew award, and of an Honorable Mention in Drama from the Association for Mormon Letters. Mel’s 2006 screen adaptation won the LDS Film Festival Screenwriting Contest. We are pleased to announce that Standing Still Standing will be directed by Adam Cannon.
Admission is $8 at the door.
The Merchant of Venice. A play by William Shakespeare, believed to have been written between 1596 and 1598. Though classified as a comedy in the First Folio and sharing certain aspects with Shakespeare’s other romantic comedies, the play is perhaps most remembered for its dramatic scenes, and is best known for Shylock and the famous “Hath Not a Jew eyes?” speech. The Merchant of Venice is being directed by Ellen Burns who directed The Tempest in Highland last year. In March, Highland Youth Shakespeare will present The Merchant of Venice. Admission is Free.
In April, Highland kicks off a new partnership with the Cedar Hills Arts Council with a youth production of Annie Jr. This classic story is brought to life on stage through the eyes of children. Annie will be directed by Jordan Long, director of Catholic School Girls.
In June, Highland will co-produce with Cedar Hills the musical Honk! Written by the team that brought us Mary Poppins, Honk is a comedic and touching look at Hans Christian Anderson’s tale, The Ugly Duckling. This Olivier winning Best Musical has roles to include the entire family and will be performed at the Heritage Park Amphitheater in Cedar Hills. We are pleased to announce that Gabriel Spencer, director of the wildly popular production The Diary of Anne Frank last season, will be directing Honk!
The season will end with the classic, Pulitzer prize winning play,
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 firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your season tickets! Only a limited number are available so act quick!
Merchant of Venice
Youth Shakespeare Workshop
sponsored by Highland City Arts Council
Rehearsals Wednesdays 4-6pm during Jan, Feb, and March
Play will be presented
March 27 at 7 pm and March 28 at 2 pm at
the Highland City Community Center
5374 West 10400 North
Admission is Free
Questions contact Ellen Burns at email@example.com
After School Art Club
At the Community Center
Mondays from 3-4:30 pm
March the theme will be fish.
Instructions in various mediums including
cartooning, water color, acrylic, colored pencil,
pen and ink, zen art, scratch art, etc.
$10 / time……Ages 8 and up
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, 2014 — Twice Monthly
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)
* Mar 11, 11-1 pm: G.Art: Kirk Richards, Oil, Sp. themes.
* Mar 18, 11-2pm: Workshop_________________________
* Apr 15, 11-1pm: G.Art:_____________________________
* Apr 22, 11-2pm: Workshop_________________________
* May 6, 11am: Closing Social: Lunch@Chuck-A-Rama & Tour Springville Spring Salon Show.
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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