HEARTWOOD IN THE HILLS
CLASSES FOR CHILDREN, ADULTS, SENIORS IN DANCE, MOVEMENT FOR HEALTH AND CENTERING, ART, MASKMAKING AND CREATIVE ARTS
Dancers in rehearsal for "Dancing For You! to be performed at the Wood Festival, Saturday, June 3, 3:30 p.m
Watch for Heartwood's Mask Performance and Salutation Dance as the last of the Wood Festival parade passes the Calhoun County Courthouse
COME JOIN US AT THE 2017 CALHOUN COUNTY WOOD FESTIVAL, JUNE 2 and 3, 2017
SPONSOR A HEARTWOOD STUDENT
Heartwood’s mission is to provide an underserved rural population with a place to learn, heal and grow through programs in the arts. One of the most important aspects is its financial aide program which embodies the ideal that the arts belong to everyone and the artistic gift in each person deserves nurturing regardless of anyone’s ability to pay. The generosity of individuals, businesses andfoundationsallow Heartwood to keep class fees low.
Your donation will help Heartwood in the Hills meet its mission. Traditionally, one-half of the students who attend Heartwood receive either full or partial financial aide in the form of a donated scholarship in order to cover class fees during a 12-week class program.
For example: $160.00 pays the class fees for a Performing Arts Program student to attend 2 classes a week during a 12-week program.
$60.00 pays the 12-week class fee for a child to join the Creative Arts for Children or Young Artist class.
$100.00 pays the class fees for a teen or adult to create a mask during the 12-week Maskmaking class.
Click here to make a donation to sponsor a student.
Sponsorships over $150.00 will receive a complimentary Heartwood T-shirt
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Heartwood gives all students an opportunity to shine.
Heartwood sees the arts as tools for self-empowerment, personal growth and happiness.
Heartwood focuses its work on issues of social justice.
We regard our theatre projects as opportunities for the building of team work skills and community.
Heartwood in the Hills does not discriminate on the basis of age, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation,
national origin, disability, race, size, religion or socioeconomic background