The Art Center Highland Park
Spring 2020 Update:
5-week online session: Monday, April 27 - Monday, June 1 (no class on May 25th for Memorial Day)
Here’s what you’ll need for your online class:
- A smartphone, tablet or computer that has a camera and connects to the internet.
- Download Zoom to your device prior to starting class. Learn more about Zoom here.
- Supplies - supply lists for each class are on our website theartcenterhp.org. Students are responsible for purchasing their supplies.
- The course URL, meeting ID and password (you will receive this information by email no later than one day prior to class).
If you would like to apply a credit to the purchase of a class please email Heather Lowery, Director of Education - email@example.com
Online classes will be canceled 2 days prior to the start date if minimums are not met. GIVE THE GIFT OF CREATIVITY!
Gift certificates can be used for classes, workshops, gallery purchases, and the gift shop, and they don't expire.
The Art Center Highland Park (TACHP) is a non-profit arts organization dedicated to education in the contemporary visual arts through classes, outreach programs, gallery exhibitions and events. Our vibrant arts community delivers on our promise “Making Art Available” to all.
TACHP harnesses the transformative power of art to change and improve lives through impactful and innovative exhibitions. We showcase national and regional artists to our 4 museum quality gallery spaces with exhibitions for established and emerging artists.
Visit our website to stay up to date about exhibitions and events as well as calls-for-artists.
TACHP harnesses the power of art to change and improve lives through impactful and innovative exhibitions. We showcase national and regional artists to our four museum quality gallery spaces with exhibitions for established and emerging artists.
Image: Impact Color Impact Black & White (Artists Rhonda K Brown and Cesar Conde)