Founded in 1993, The Adams County Arts Council is now in its eleventh year in its spacious 10,000 square foot building on South Washington St. and it continues to grow with new users and new programs.
The center includes spaces for arts and culinary classes, artist studios, a gallery for local art, pottery and glass workshops, and a reception hall with a full kitchen. The facility breaks down barriers of cost by providing scholarships for low income youth and senior citizens.
I this podcast, Executive Director Leona Rega, who has been at the helm of the organization since November, talks about the history and the future of the organization.
I was amazed to find how many different offerings there were for learning and creating art of all types.
I’m so thankful that Leona took the time to talk with me and I think you’ll enjoy the conversation.
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Musical Introduction by Thane Pittman.