The Arts & Cultural Council makes Bucks County a place where the arts are at the heart and spirit of all that we do.
The Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County has been a dynamic community arts organization since 1974.
Through its active membership, the Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County promotes collaboration, communication, and advocacy on behalf of arts and culture throughout the region. The ACCBC keeps artists engaged in educational experiences, provides venues for meaningful arts dialogue, strengthens community arts awareness, and maintains ongoing involvement in advocacy initiatives through exhibition opportunities, events, performances, workshops, and forums. The Council works with businesses, cultural organizations, and area artists to further promote the arts and, in turn, enrich and inspire the entire community.
The rapid expansion of Bucks County’s arts and cultural organizations during the past several years has contributed to the county’s economic growth – making Bucks County an outstanding place to live, work, do business, and create art.
THE ART OF OSCAR Visual artists help preserve and honor the legacy of Oscar Hammerstein II Artists are invited to create works inspired by Oscar Hammerstein’s life, his works, his (more)
What an exciting #GivingTuesday 2018 it was, knowing that with each donation we were closing in on our goal to help save the Oscar Hammerstein house. The Arts & Cultural (more)
October 6, 2018 - 10am to 10pm Celebrating together, through a selection of the Performing Arts from the Bucks County region, from children’s performances to Jazz at sunset including (more)
Long-time ACCBC Member and resident of Doylestown, PA took home 2nd Place Prize ($3,000) at this year’s Bucks County Plein AirFestival.
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Join the Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County and Highland Farm
for the Art of Oscar, a unique celebration and competition. Artists are
invited to create works inspired by Oscar Hammerstein’s life, his music,
his service, and his home, and submit them for awards, exhibition, and
sale at Highland Farm in May.
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