Art Across Haywood

The Art Across Haywood program is a community and public art program that brings HCAC artist members and the community together to get creative and beautify Haywood County through public art. The purpose of the program is to create community volunteer opportunities for artist members and encourage at-large community members to engage and incorporate art into their daily lives while beautifying their town.  In 2023, HCAC is working with schools and local businesses on public art murals. Interested in hosting a mural or volunteering to paint? Contact us at

Biltmore Easter Egg Hunt

HCAC Artists members created one-of-a-kind supersized Easter Eggs as part of the Biltmore Easter Egg Hunt. Hunt for the eggs on April 8 – 9  around the Biltmore Estate in this fun activity. Participants will receive a Scavenger Hunt Guide to check off each egg they spot while on their hunt. Interested in buying an egg for your yard? 
Contact Morgan Beryl, for prices. Shipping is not available. 

Thank You to Our Sponsor:

Mural Mondays

Mural Mondays: The Mural Mondays Project seeks to design and paint murals at schools with school age children through after school programming. Thanks to funding from the Haywood County TDA, HCAC is working with the Haywood County School District on afterschool programming for three schools: Bethel Middle, North Canton Elementary, and Central High School. Check back in June to see what our creative students and their lead artists create!

Thank you to our Sponsors!

Past Projects

BearWaters Brewing Company

HCAC’s Art & Gallery Manager Lauren Medford was approached about painting a mural for Canton’s Bearwaters Brewing Company. The local business was flooded after tropical storm, Fred in August 2021. Lauren jumped into action by designing the mural and organizing our talented artist members and volunteers. Medford explains, “many of our artist members and volunteers asked how they can help those in our community affected by the severe flooding. When this opportunity was presented, HCAC knew this would be a great way for us to give back to our community in a creative way!”