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.
Thank you to everyone who made our fundraiser such a fun filled day. We would like to extend thanks to the Perkasie and Sellersville communities for being gracious host, all (more)
Please contact all your elected officials, state and federal, asking them to support funding the arts. It's important to voice your opinion, but when we all do, then it's a (more)
Congratulations to the winners of the Plein Air Quick Draw for "Best Local Artist" sponsored by the Arts & Cultural Council. Dorothy Hoeschen of Riegeisville was Saturday's winner and Peter (more)
Pat Proniewski was awarded a first place for her landscape Who Paints the Earth at the Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County, PA members show The Four Elements: Earth, Water, Air & Fire during the Celebration of the Arts weekend in 2017.To Artist's Page
The Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County presented “P.S. I Love You!” a ‘Behind the Scenes’ tour of Perkasie and Sellersville on September 23. Visitors learned about the area’s rich history, talented local artists, and thriving new businesses.To Event Page