October 20, 2017

 Heritage Hall has the honor of hosting, “Life Forces”, an exhibit by Dr. Ernie Sherow which will be open until Friday, November 10.  During last night’s opening reception, we were proud to facilitate a space where community members could come together to recognize and...

September 22, 2017

Hosting the Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind students and teachers, as well as the Talladega community as a whole at last night’s reception proved to be a rewarding experience. We are currently exhibiting the Helen Keller Art Show of Alabama, which displays work by...

August 1, 2017

Thank you to everyone who helped make Arts Camp a big success this year!  Thank you to the Jemison Carnegie Foundation, United Way, First Bank of Alabama, School for the Deaf, Historic Ritz Theatre, City of Talladega, Chamber Ambassadors, individuals' donations and the...

July 8, 2017

A contagious sense of excitement describes Russell Everett’s reception yesterday evening. As Heritage Hall and the Talladega community welcomed Russell and his work to the museum, we enjoyed a talk from the artist about the exhibit and where his career began. We also a...

July 5, 2017

Heritage Hall just completed its first Art Camp with the Boys and Girls Club at Commissioner’s Park in Brecon. The kids worked with clay and were introduced to pottery by Joe and Kelly Williams. They had art classes with Sandra Holm where they drew and completed many d...

June 10, 2017

“In the right hands, photography shows us the world in a way that makes us see what we never noticed before, it helps us make realizations and reach conclusions that we may not have come to otherwise, and, finally, it opens our eyes to what we can see when we really st...

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