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Fredericksburg Center for the Creative ArtsFredericksburg Center for the Creative Arts
...to encourage and develop interest in and study of the arts, to exhibit fine arts, and to be a permanent, non-profit institution, actively contributing to the cultural environment of the region. Read more
...to encourage and develop interest in and study of the arts, to exhibit fine arts, and to be a permanent, non-profit institution, actively contributing to the cultural environment of the region.
The Fredericksburg Center for the Creative Arts (FCCA) is a non-profit, member-supported, volunteer run arts center and gallery housed in the historic Silversmith House (c. 1785). We are also a partner of the Viginia Museum of Fine Arts which provides the FCCA with numerous resources to share with the community. We display the work of local and national artists, provide educational opportunities for children and adults, and place a strong emphasis on community outreach and interaction. Beyond our regular exhibition schedule we sponsor lectures, a monthly film series, monthly poetry readings, trips to sites of cultural and artistic interest, and also one-time events.