The Bascom in Highlands is open-year round, and in January and February, offers exhibitions, classes and Winter Barn Dances.
Relive the nostalgia of Highlands yesteryear at The Bascom’s Winter Barn Dances, Saturday, Jan. 22, from 7-10 p.m., with the music of “4118.”
Tickets are $5 per person and can be purchased by visiting www.winterinhighlands.com or calling (828)526-2112.
Greg Newington returns to The Bascom on Jan. 28- 29 for “Photography for Lovers.” Part of Highlands Romance Weekend, learn how to add a sense of romance to your photos using light, filters and Photoshop.
Three exhibitions will be featured at The Bascom this winter.
— “Out Back and Down Under,” Jan. 7-March 25 - Recent works by photographer Greg Newington are featured. Works included will be from his recent Aussie tour, Down Under, and images from out back, on our mountain plateau.
— From Jan. 8-Feb. 12, view The Bascom Collection featuring 20th and 21st century American art in numerous media.
— From Feb. 19-April 2, Regional Art Leagues will present its annual exhibition, celebrating the art and artists who offer a glimpse into the beauty of the plateau.
Youth Art classes this winter include:
— Saturday Art School (Jan. 8-Feb. 19) for fun, hands-on and age appropriate art classes.
— Friday morning’s Pre-School Creativity Classes (Jan. 14-Feb. 18)
— Tuesday After School Art (Jan. 11-Feb. 15)
— Thursday’s Paint Like a Master (Jan. 13-March 3)
The Bascom is open year round. Winter dates are from Jan. 7 to April 2. The galleries and The Shop are open Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. For more details on all Bascom winter activities, visit www.thebascom.org or call (828)526-4949.