SUMMER  ARTS CAMP VIDEOS available for all!


Applications available now... Deadline - September 30, 2020 by 5 pm

This project is supported by the N.C. State Arts Council, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources, with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts,

and by contributors like you! Thank you!

Supporting and Encouraging the Arts in Stanly County since 1974

The Artist Support Grant (ASG) was created to provide direct support to individual artists during and following the COVID-19 pandemic. Eligible artists must reside in the counties of Anson, Montgomery, Moore, Richmond, Stanly or Union, and must apply through the Arts Council of Moore County.  Feel free to contact Renee VanHorn, Executive Director of the Stanly County Arts Council, for details and guidance.

Grant application for the 2020-21 ASG are available now.   Click link below.

​The ASG is replacing the former grant referred to as:  Regional Artist Project Grant (RAPG)

Check out our YouTube Channel for all the recordings from our Summer Arts Camp:  "Where the Wild Things Are."  There are four class videos for each arts discipline:  Visual Art, Dance, Music, and Theatre.  We also have two different age groups:  Kindergarten - 2nd graders and 3rd-5th graders.    Of course, the age range is just a suggestion.  The visual art lessons can be for any age.  The Kindergarten - 2nd graders create an owl; the 3rd - 5th graders create a leopard.

The mission of the Stanly County Arts Council is to encourage and promote broad-based cultural and educational activities in the arts throughout Stanly County. If you have an arts or cultural event or activity, and would like the Arts Council to help promote it, please notify us! Send all details about the event or activity, along with any picture/flyer that is appropriate to