Arts Council of Placer County has awarded grants to arts programs, and artists that have been hard-hit by the pandemic and associated shutdowns. We are proud to have assisted with 21 grants, and we are continuing to accept applications!

We encourage you to apply, it's easy, and the ACPC can assist you if needed. More information on our website:
Create, and spread positivity! Display in your window, on your porch or anywhere your art will make you or others smile as a part of the Household Art Challenge. Painted rocks, pots, or 3D sculptures. Whatever, or wherever, your imagination takes you.
Household Art Challenge
Make Placer County a little bit brighter and show off your creativity by joining the ACPC Household Art Challenge
(Discarded or Recycled Object Sculptures)
Add some paint, and any items you have around the house, to a pumpkin, wood, or other items to create a fall sculpture. To enter simply send a picture of your creation to:
Prizes will be awarded!  Keep those creative juices flowing and have some healthy fun. You can show off your work in your neighborhood too!
Save the Dates!
Nov 6-8 & Nov 13-15 we are excited to bring you the 27th Annual Placer Artists Studios The 2020 Tour is re-imagined a bit to keep our artists and art lovers safe during the pandemic. Watch for the complete Guide with links to see artists work, and make appointments to visit in-person!

Congrats to our 2020 featured artists Merridee Joan Smith, learn more about her unique techniques in creating beautiful artwork:
ACPC Mission--Arts Council of Placer County promotes and advocates for all arts across Placer County to enrich and help develop the artistic culture of this region of Northern California.
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