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Artist Spotlight-Anne McMath








August/ September 2017 BAC Newsletter

This month’s newsletter contains the Artist Profile on Anne McMath, news from Amuzu Theatre, Oak Island Art Guild, Waterway Art Association, as well as the prospectus for the Fall Exhibition, Regional Grants application information, and more.

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13th Annual Brunswick County Intercultural Festival

17th Annual Fall Art Show and Sale

BAC Seeks Dance Instructors For Youth Project

The Brunswick Arts Council is seeking Dance Instructors to participate in a non-profit project to teach youngsters.
Instruction will be on Sundays from 11 a.m. to no later than 12:30 p.m.
This program still in planning stages, but should commence in the next several weeks.
Send information to

The Brunswick Arts Council
In every vibrant, culturally active community, the arts are key to the quality of life and the health of economy. Thus the BAC was founded in 3.982 to bring artistic programs, shows, workshops, and exhibits to Brunswick County. The Brunswick Arts Council soon became the Designated Partner of the North Carolina Arts Council to assist other non-profit art organizations through its Grassroots funding program.
Today the Brunswick Arts Council outreach includes scholarships, grants for individual artists and groups, and enrichment programs for Brunswick County Schools. The History of BAC >

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