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Cultivating community through accessible arts experiences for all. 


Happy Holidays to You & Yours

Another year is coming to an end, and we could not be more excited about all the creativity we've been able to witness and support over the past 12 months. With over 30 new gallery shows, over 150 performances in our venue, dozens and dozens of youth camps and classes, hundreds of drop-in creativity sessions via our paint-your-own-pottery studio and free community art supply closet, several in-depth art classes, multiple artists-in-residence in our 100% public print shop, and many more artists represented in our artists' shop – the ZACC has had an incredibly busy, incredibly bustling, incredibly incredible year. And we couldn't have done any of it without you.

As 2022 comes to a close, we want to make sure to thank you, our community, for your support of the arts and local artists of all kinds. Thank you for supporting up-and-coming artists and seasoned artists alike in our galleries. Thank you for supporting local music, and small (and sometimes big!) touring bands. Thank you for supporting local theatre and stand up comedy. Thank you for engaging with our youth and adult education programming, and for giving us another year of totally rad rock camps, visual arts camps, and every other creative camp we've offered. Thank you for being there for us. And thank you for being there for each other. This community is a better place because of you, because you care about making it better.

We hope you'll enjoy the programming we've scheduled for this holiday season. Get creative with a holiday class, or enjoy a seasonal performance. We even have nearly a dozen totally FREE events for you and your family to enjoy this month (including the Annual Holiday Open House, coming up on First Friday, December 3!). We hope you'll take advantage, because we'd love to see you and enjoy these programs wiith you.

Happy Holidays to you and yours. From all of us at the ZACC.

Artist Ann Karp of Sideways Gaze
  • Caitlyn Stainken Buhl, ZACC Executive Director
    Caitlyn Stainken Buhl, ZACC Executive Director

    At the ZACC, we believe in the intrinsic value of art creation, and the power of the arts to deepen connections, transform our understanding of self and community, and inspire joy.

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