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Fredericksburg Arts Commission
The Mission of the Fredericksburg Arts Commission is to promote, support and expand the arts as an integral part of life for all people in the Fredericksburg area. The Commission advises the City on policy and program development, oversees the grants and public arts program, advocates for the arts and acts as a liaison between the arts community and the City.
The 2013 Fredericksburg Arts Commission online arts survey closed on September 1. Survey results can be accessed on the Fredericksburg Arts Commission (FAC) website.
The Arts and Cultural Council of the Rappahannock
The Arts and Cultural Council of the Rappahannock (ACCR) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization serving the city of Fredericksburg, the town of Colonial Beach, and the counties of Caroline, King George, Spotsylvania, Stafford, and Westmoreland, Virginia. Their mission is to strengthen and sustain arts organizations, artists and arts-related businesses by offering services, coordinating communications, promoting arts events, and sharing arts news.
Fredericksburg Festival for the Performing Arts
The Fredericksburg Festival for the Performing Arts (FFPA) exists to promote, provide and preserve the highest quality of the performing arts for all. Our founders were members of this community and believed that our region deserved top-quality presentation of the arts. Since 1988, our goal has been to present to the region the highest quality performances in theater, dance and music. FFPA music performances include a highly diverse repertoire from classical to jazz to blue grass.
Greater Fredericksburg Tourism Partnership
Visit Fred has a comprehensive list for tourists of area arts attractions, galleries, studios and arts related businesses & special events within the City of Fredericksburg and the counties of Spotsylvania and Stafford, Virginia.
Arts and Cultural District
The City of Fredericksburg has established an Arts and Cultural District in the downtown area which provides economic incentives for arts and cultural businesses to remain, expand and locate in the district.