Economic Impact of the Arts Shows Strong Growth

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Maryland’s non-profit arts sector had a $1.16 billion total impact on the state’s economy, an increase from $1.05 billion in FY2014, according to a Maryland Cultural Data Project – Fiscal…


CCCA Community Survey

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Caroline County Council of Arts (CCCA) is updating its grant program. We plan to award mini grants this year to help expand the arts in Caroline County. Your feedback will help…


Don’t miss our upcoming events!

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So much is going on in the next few months in The Artsway, you don’t want to miss it! Be sure to check our Events Calendar for up to date information…


Who is the True Father of Science Fiction?

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A packed house enjoyed the Caroline County Council of Arts’ “A Literary Evening with Jules Verne and H. G. Wells: Who is the True Father of Science Fiction?” held on…

Welcome to the Caroline County Council of Arts!

For 40 years, Caroline County Council of Arts has served the residents of Caroline County, Maryland by pursuing our mission to:

• Enhance the cultural opportunities and access to the arts in each of the County’s unique communities

• Promote economic development and downtown revitalization through the arts

• Inspire creativity and personal development by supporting arts education programs in our schools and communities

CCCA operates The Foundry Community Arts Gallery and the Fiber Arts Center of the Eastern Shore. These venues provide space for artists to display and sell their work, and they also provide space for classes in a variety of artistic mediums. Both venues are located within the Denton Artsway, our state-designated Arts & Entertainment District in downtown Denton. For those who aren’t able to visit us in person, we also operate an Etsy shop that allow our talented artists to reach a global market.

Our primary source of funding is a grant through the Maryland State Arts Council. We also rely on memberships and donations from the community. We invest 100% of our funds in supporting and developing the arts within Caroline County.

Want to learn more? Please visit our Mission & Impact page.



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