Dec 2 & 3 More Information
Dec 16 – Save the Date Additional information
We’re always involved with wonderful art events happening at ACAC and throughout Adams County.
Ragged Edge and ACAC have joined together to offer you great coffee beans at a discount and all proceeds benefit the ACAC.
The Adams County Arts Council Arts Education Center is a state of the art facility featuring classrooms, studios, workshops, and reception hall with full chef’s kitchen.
Presidential Paint & Wine Night, Thursday, September 22, 4:30-7:30 p.m.
General Dwight D. Eisenhower took up painting at his home in Gettysburg to relieve stress. The Gettysburg Foundation, NPS and the ACAC, would like to invite you to pick up your brush, enjoy some wine and spend an evening immersing yourself in history and creativity.
Larry Brogan – Digital Art Brogan started his photographic art voyage almost a decade ago. He has quickly gone from photographer to impressionist photographer with his unique use of his special composition, addition of numerous filters, and the complexity of layers. See the depth and breath of his work at gettysburgart.com or at The Pike Restaurant and Tap Room where his work is displayed throughout the dining room.
Thanks to the generous support of the Highmark Foundation, children are in the kitchen learning food safety, healthy cooking, and nutrition. Eat Smart Play Hard is a healthy lifestyles for a lifetime education program that provides a professional chef, nutritionist, and movement artist teaching team. To learn more… click here
Listen to the Adams County Arts Council’s latest Public Service Announcement
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The Arts help everyone. The arts break down barriers, heal us and provide a positive creative outlet. Help the Arts Council help our community. There are several ways to become a Member and to support our work. JOIN and GIVE . The Adams County Arts Council is an equal opportunity employer and provider.