About HHAC

Our History

The Hoschton Heritage Arts Council began meeting in the fall of 2011 to reconstruct the plans which first began with an earlier group who put together a one-day event to support artists. The event was known as Art Trax. The group also discussed the idea of beginning art classes and a folk art school in Hoschton, Ga. The council is focused on preserving the past and endorsing the future. The Hoschton Heritage Arts Council became a non-profit, 501C3 organization.


The HHAC is a non-profit organization with the mission of education and enhancement of the visual and performing arts and the preservation of history in Hoschton, Georgia and the surrounding area.


The Three main goals of the HHAC are:

  1. To provide classes in
    Visual Arts, Performing Arts and Culinary Arts
  2. To begin a folk school
    The classes offered in the folk school will be different than the visual and performing arts classes with old fashioned, sometimes lost in time that might be considered survival classes. Examples of these classes include sewing, quilting, canning, instrument making, well digging, basketry, upholstery, candle making, and so much more.
    Participants will be offered a full package deal of taking a class requiring more than one day with overnight accommodations.
  3.  To preserve historical buildings


The Hoschton Heritage Arts Council (HHAC) is a non-profit organization that is privately funded through the generosity of members, individuals, corporations and foundations. No support is warranted from the county or state.

If you would like make a donation or volunteer please visit each page to see how you can help. Your interest is much appreciated!

Discrimination Policy

The HHAC maintains a strict policy prohibiting all forms of discrimination and unlawful harassment of any kind, including sexual harassment and discrimination or harassment based on race, color, creed, sex, religion, marital status, age, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition including genetic characteristics, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state or local laws.