See Art…Visit the Campbell House Galleries to see artwork from local and regional artists and pottery from the Seagrove area. There are eight or nine exhibits presented throughout the year and each is unveiled with a festive Meet-the-Artist Opening Reception. Admission is free and open to the public on weekdays, from 9 a.m. t o 5 p.m., almost all 3rd Saturdays, and by appointment (please call). And, Arts Council members save 10% on any art purchases at Campbell House Galleries. So, Join Now! NEXT ART EXHIBIT AT CAMPBELL HOUSE: (Schedule subject to change) APRIL 7-28: FLUIDITY OF VISION Featuring artwork by members of the ...
Art of the Tattoo: A Living Canvas
Tell us your tattoo story! The Arts Council of Moore County (ACMC) is looking for tattoos and personal stories about the tattoos to include in an art exhibit in September, 2017 at ACMC’s Campbell House Galleries in Southern Pines, NC. Called Art of the Tattoo: A Living Canvas, the exhibit seeks to showcase tattoos as an art form by exploring their artistry, history, aesthetics, and personal stories. Tattoos have been a part of America’s culture since the mid-1800s, and in other parts of the world for centuries. Before becoming more mainstream, tattoos—or body art—were mostly symbols of rebellion, often making it a ...
Youth Arts Programs
ACMC believes that a bright future lies in the hearts and minds of our young people and supporting arts programs will insure that our children have the best possible conditions for a bright future! ACMC's Youth Programs consist of a series of cultural enrichment programs for all young people of Moore County. Activities range from art workshops to children's theatre productions; from professional shows to summer arts events. Check out some of the upcoming Youth Programs: SUMMER ARTS CAMPS The Arts Council of Moore County is partnering with Sandhills Community College to offer Visual and Theater camps for rising 6-9 graders. The camps are ...
Fine Arts Lecture Series
ART FOR THE PEOPLE: Murals, Monuments & Sculpture in Public Space Presented by the Arts Council of Moore County and Weymouth Center The American tradition that art should belong to everybody, and not just to a privileged few, has been honored since the early decades of the Republic. From the middle of the 19th century on, works of art celebrating the nation’s founders, its war heroes and victories, and accomplishments in science and culture were installed in the center of Washington, DC, where millions of visitors can admire them each year. Likewise, cities and towns across America remembered civic leaders and favorite sons ...
Campbell House Galleries: Experience local art at our monthly art exhibits
Fine Art Lecture Series: Experience insight into the art of the world's best artists
Fine Arts Festival: Moore County's largest art exhibit featuring artists from the Sandhills & beyond
Summer Arts Camps: Cool summer arts experiences for your child!
Young People's Fine Arts Festival: Showcase of Moore County's youngest artists
Barnes-Travis Arts Scholarship: Funds for talented middle & high school students