Arts Council of Moore County, Inc.
Non-Profit Organizations/Civic Clubs
Founded in 1973, the Arts Council of Moore County (ACMC) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to inspire and strengthen our community though the arts. We contribute significantly to the region’s quality of life by hosting world-class visual and performance artists with offerings reflective of our rich diversity, facilitating access to the arts for all people.
Thousands of children have been profoundly impacted as a result of our Youth Programs. We serve over 15,000 children each year in every school – public, private, charter, and home schools. We’ve also awarded over $51,000 in scholarships to talented kids. These programs rely completely on grants and community support.
The Campbell House, home to ACMC, is one of the region’s most significant landmarks, owing its existence to the Boyd family. Once part of their Weymouth estate, the natural setting is among the nation’s important historic landscapes, encompassing the world’s oldest longleaf pines. For more than 100 years, Campbell House has been a beacon of culture, informing, influencing, and enhancing civic life. A gift to the Arts Council is the ultimate expression of faith in our goal of sustaining our community as a place resilient with the arts at its core.