what’s happening at fac
The Foothills Arts Council in Historic Elkin, NC is your home for the
visual and performing arts in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
We offer our beautiful Victorian house and garden for small weddings, receptions and showers.We have a partially paved patio, a fire pit in the back, a wrap-around porch plus a lovely trellis. Click here for more information.
“Little Shop of Horrors” is our big summer musical, July 25-27. Click for details.
Our gallery openings are free with refreshments and a Yadkin Valley winery on hand for pouring. We thank the NC Grassroots Arts Program of the NC Arts Council, the Town of Elkin, Surry County and our individual and business members for the support needed to offer these great evenings!
May 30- Make My Daylily — a playful exhibit exploring our fascination with gardens and guns in the South • the Elkin Big Band in the garden to boot
August 8 – wintersouth 2014 – the photography of ben erlandson
We are getting this Masterpiece Party down to an art! (check out the pics). You bring your favorite beverage, we provide all the supplies, instruction and food from 7-10 p.m. and you go home at the end of a fun evening with a masterpiece created by you! No experience required, the cost for the evening is $35 for current members and $40 for non-members. Upcoming dates:
September 26, 2014
Our Membership and business sponsorship campaign for 2014-2015 is under way! We thank PRISM MEDICAL PRODUCTS for its Platinum Sponsorship last fiscal year! And a hip hip hooray to Wells Fargo and Rhythm On Main for stepping up as Platinum sponsors this year!
“Just wanted to send a thank you. The Arts Council has added so much to our spring/summer – the poetry evening, sewing class, Kidshop, the kids’ festival, and Oliver. All were so wonderful and great experiences for our kids – and us!” from The Shaws
Thanks for inviting us to this great exhibit. The children LOVED it and the feedback I heard from parents was also positive! I love that we have walking access to an art gallery! Thank you for all you do to promote the arts in our schools and community! from Amy Wagoner, EES
Without our volunteers, we’d not be what we are. We thank all of you who take the time to give, help, oversee, plan, teach, make lunch, string a light, set a table and just be who you are and give what you can!
Hanging with the portrait of Cliff Morrison is a portrait of his widow, Gladys Morrison, done by William Sanders. Members of FAC commissioned the work as a way to thank Gladys for her tireless commitment to the organization and her contributions since its inception.