The Arts Council of York County is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that was founded in 1977 to support the arts throughout York County, SC. The Arts Council of York County connects people through art, culture, dance, drama, film & music with a vision to create and support a thriving, diverse, and vibrant community in York County, SC.
The Arts Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
There are no open positions at this time.
Arts Council of York County
Founded in 1977, the Arts Council of York County strives to serve York County with a vision to create and support a thriving, diverse, and vibrant arts community. The mission is to create arts programming that encourages education, economic development, and arts advocacy through unique art experiences that engage the community to make York County a regional arts destination.
Centrally located in historic Old Town Rock Hill, South Carolina, the Arts Council has established an arts anchor on two blocks of Main Street. The Center for the Arts, housed in two 100-year-old buildings, is currently home to the Arts Council offices, classroom space, artist studios, and three gallery spaces. The Tom S. Gettys Center, also one of Rock Hill’s historic buildings, is home to artist studios and the Courtroom event space. Signature events include the Blues & Jazz Festival, Underexposed Film Festival yc, First Fridays Rock Hill, and the Ag + Art Tour of York County.
The Arts Council of York County is an equal opportunity employer.