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Art show at Salem Street Promenade in Historic Downtown Apex

The Apex Arts Council is a nonprofit organization encouraging all artistic disciplines, including visual art, music, dance, theatre, literary arts, and others. The arts are at the core of the creative economy of our community and country, and should be nurtured and encouraged by all of us in every way possible. We strive to connect people to the arts in a meaningful manner. The Apex Arts Council is here to work for you as an artist, helping to promote your work through our art shows and events. We also need your ideas, inspiration, imagination, and your volunteer efforts – that includes volunteer event producers, committee chairs, participants, administrators, donors, workers, and all sorts of others.

Please use the pages and links on this website to find out more about the Apex Arts Council and our programs and events, and also keep up with us on Facebook and Twitter. Thank you for your support!



Become a Friend of the Apex Arts Council and encourage artists and art supporters in Apex! Step up with your contribution to become a friend today. Click HERE to see who has already become a friend, and to become a friend yourself.


Many people and businesses give their services and assistance to the Apex Arts Council. Please support local businesses that support the AAC. Click HERE to see who these valuable partners are.


AAC-sponsored and other art-related events can all be seen on our EVENTS page. These include visual art shows, literary readings, concerts, performances, and a host of other activities.



The Apex Arts Council is proud to sponsor the Claudio's SpeakEasy and Radio Theatre show, heard every Tuesday morning from 10:00am to 11:00am on WCOM 103.5 LP-FM (Carrboro / Chapel Hill). Click on the links below to listen online and/or download podcasts of shows. Visit the home page for further programming information and news.

TuneIn Stream (web broadcast)Podcasts (download or listen)


The Apex Arts Council was recently given access to a video portraying the work of Theresa Bernstein at the Boca Raton Art Museum in Florida. John Potts, President of Creative Television Communications in Raleigh, graciously provided this interesting work. Click HERE to watch online.



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Post Office Box 1381, Apex NC  27502  •  Info@ApexArtsCouncil.org

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