Youth Classes

Spring Musical Theater - Ages 6-9

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Thursdays, March 7 - June 6 (no class April 25)

4PM - 6PM

A fast-paced, fun and educational program for actors of all levels....no experience necessary. Class culminates in a fully staged final performance on June 13. 

Taught by Broadway and television artist, Kerrianne Spellman.

Classes are held at the Atlantic Highlands Arts Council, 54 First Avenue Atlantic Highlands, NJ. 


$325

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Spring Musical Theater - Ages 10-16

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Thursdays, March 7 - June 6 (no class April 25)

6PM - 8PM

A fast-paced, fun and educational program for actors of all levels....no experience necessary. Class culminates in a fully staged final performance on June 13. 

Taught by Broadway and television artist, Kerrianne Spellman.

Classes are held at the Atlantic Highlands Arts Council, 54 First Avenue Atlantic Highlands, NJ. 


$325

Register

Adult Classes

Singing Bowl Meditation

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Fridays, January 11, 25 and February 8

6:30 - 8PM


Bring a yoga mat, blanket and pillows for head and knees.  Most of the meditation will be lying down.


$15 members registered online

$18 non-members registered online

$20 at the door


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Still Life Series

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Wednesday, February 13

6:30PM - 8PM

Multiple stations with still life arrangements will be set up to allow participants to practice fine art motor skills in the medium of their choice.  Whether you are a seasoned artist or looking to try art to decompress from the day, all are welcome.  We suggest you bring preferred materials as donated materials are in limited supply.  (No oil paints.)

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Multi Age Classes

Adult Interest Groups

Open Studio

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Every Saturday

10 AM - 1PM

Bring your latest project and work alongside others in the studio.  Feel free to work in any medium except oil paints!

Cafe Italiano

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Every Thursday*

1PM - 3PM

Join us for cappuccino and conversation ... entirely in Italian!  All experience levels welcome to come practice their skills.


Special Events

FilmOneFest

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FilmOneFest (the Atlantic Highlands One-Minute International Film Festival) is a celebration of the super short film and a snap-shot of the creative image making happening online and across the world. Founded in 2008, the festival takes place on third Saturday of July at the Atlantic Highlands Marina and is screened at other venues throughout the year. Films (under 2 minutes in length) from local and international film and video makers are projected on a giant screen under the stars on the historic shores of Sandy Hook Bay. 


Visit FilmOneFest

Mercuryan Fest

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The Mercuryan Fest is a monthly series featuring music, short films, and performance art.  Founded by a local high school student, this event brings in indie, punk, and experimental bands from all over the state and beyond. 

Exhibits

Members Pop Up

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February 11 - February 27 

Closing Reception - Friday February 22 6PM - 8PM 


Featuring original works by artist members and pieces from our non-artist members art collecions .

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Call For Art - "Making Waves"

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In collaboration with The Plastic Wave Project,

a Pop Up Art show “Making Waves” 

on  Friday April 12th - April 14th. 

The Plastic Wave Project is a grassroots non-profit organization that is dedicated to educating the community about the harmful effects plastic pollution has on the ocean. The purpose of the Making Waves Exhibition is to spread awareness

through multi-media artwork. Creating treasures from trash allows us to confront our plastic habits in hopes of shifting from a egocentric to a ecocentric view on our oceans.

We are searching for art that is creative, inspirational, and displays an overall  message...plastic sucks! We encourage artists of all backgrounds to create multi-media artwork from collected marine debris or to find a creative way of up-cycling something that would normally go into the landfill. The type of art is not limited

to this though, it's up to interpretation. 

If you’re interested in submitting a piece of artwork, please email

plasticwaveproject@gmail.com 

for more information.