WELCOME TO THE
ARTS COUNCIL OF MOORE COUNTY!
Whether you arrived at this webpage by signing up for our email list or by exploring our website, we are glad you are here. To help you get to know more about the Arts Council of Moore County (ACMC), you will find several important questions about who we are, what we do, where we are located, and how we may help each other through the arts. Again, welcome to the Arts Council!
What is the Arts Council of Moore County?
The Arts Council of Moore County (ACMC) is a not-for-profit organization celebrating over 38 years of promoting awareness and appreciation of the arts in Moore County, North Carolina. By offering quality arts programs to Moore County residents of all ages, ACMC fulfills its mission:
Support, Promote and Develop Arts and Arts Education Throughout Moore County
What does the Arts Council Do?
Since its incorporation in 1973, ACMC has “artfully” enhanced the quality of life in Moore County by offering a wide variety of programs in the performing, visual, and literary arts to all Moore County citizens. In addition to its own programs, ACMC is dedicated to encouraging and supporting other local artists and arts organizations throughout Moore County, such as Artist League of the Sandhills, Weymouth Center for the Arts & Humanities, Moore County Choral Society, Moore OnStage, Sunrise Theater, and many Moore County schools. ACMC provides assistance to these organizations through partnerships, grants, publicity, art exhibition space, ticket sales, and as an active arts advocate for Moore County and the Sandhills Area.
Where is the Arts Council Located?
The Arts Council offices are located in the Campbell House at 482 East Connecticut Avenue, Southern Pines, North Carolina. Our office hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
How can I get involved with the Arts Council?
Let me count the ways: become a member; invite a friend to become a member; visit our monthly gallery exhibits; attend one of our programs; bring a child to our youth programs; volunteer; sponsor an event or program; suggest ideas or improvements for our programs and services; or explore and enjoy our website. The ARTS have limitless possibilities!
How can I contact the Arts Council?
Visit us, call us, write us, fax us or email us at the addresses and numbers listed on our Contact page. We will be happy to serve you through the arts!