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Somerset County Arts Council

Serving Somerset County, Maryland

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West Main Street Gallery Hours:

Thursday & Friday

11a-3p

Saturday by appointment

Special Event hours may differ

 

Phone and In Person:

Phone Number: 

410-968-2787

Address: 

1100 W Main Street,

Crisfield, Maryland, 21817

 

 Email:

 

Executive Director:

Caitlin Kilby

socoarts@

earthlink.net

 

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Welcome to the Somerset County Arts Council!

We offer community art development grants, individual artist grants, classes/workshops, gallery space, technology assistance, and much more for Somerset County, MD. 



The Somerset County Arts Council created this project to help artists continue their work through the pandemic. We wanted the artist to get out and enjoy nature and create a piece of artwork. We asked all artists to pick a historic or iconic building in Somerset County and recreate it. We allowed them to pick their own building and their medium. The main rules were: this piece must be 11"x14" and you cannot pick the same building as another artist. We were able to create a book of this collection to share with everyone. In the book we have more information for each location. We asked the artist why they picked this location, history of the building, and the address. We specifically asked for the address so everyone could see the beauty that the artist also saw. We have a few "lost" buildings but the address is still there because so is the memories. This is a traveling exhibit that started in the West Main Street Gallery then will be moving to the Somerset County Library in Princess Anne, Maryland. We will keep everyone updated on where this exhibit will travel. If you would like to purchase a book, please email socoarts@earthlink.net. 

The Somerset County Arts Council created this next project to help artists continue their work through the pandemic. We wanted the artist to get out and enjoy nature and create a piece of artwork. We asked all artists to pick a historic or iconic building in Somerset County and recreate it. We allowed them to pick their own building and their medium. The main rules were: this piece must be 11"x14" and you cannot pick the same building as another artist. We were able to create a book of this collection to share with everyone. In the book we have more information for each location. We asked the artist why they picked this location, history of the building, and the address. We specifically asked for the address so everyone could see the beauty that the artist also saw. We have a few "lost" buildings but the address is still there because so is the memories. This is a traveling exhibit that started in the West Main Street Gallery then will be moving to the Somerset County Library in Princess Anne, Maryland. We will keep everyone updated on where this exhibit will travel. If you would like to purchase a book, please email socoarts@earthlink.net. 

Somerset County Historic/Iconic Buildings

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Our Current Exhibit in the West Main Street Gallery



Accessibility

The Somerset County Arts Council utilizes facilities and venues that are accessible to all.

In accordance with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and the Americans with Disabilities Amendment Act of 2008, the SCAC will not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in the services, programs and activities of the Arts Council.

The Arts Council will make all reasonable modifications to policies and programs to ensure that people with disabilities have an equal opportunity to enjoy all programs, services and activities provided by the Arts Council.

Individuals with service animals are welcome at any and all SCAC sponsored events, even were pets are generally prohibited.

SCAC's programs, services and events are held in handicapped accessible structures.

Our Mission Statement:

The purpose of the Somerset County Arts Council is to nurture, aid, encourage, advise, and coordinate activities to promote and integrate the arts in Somerset County.

 

 

 

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