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Barnstable County Designates Arts Foundation of Cape Cod as the Region’s Arts Agency

Unanimous vote gives nonprofit authority to subgrant federal funds to local arts organizations and artists on behalf of Barnstable County     March 2, 2023 (Cape Cod, MA) – The Barnstable County Board of Regional Commissioners kicked off the month of … Read More

Truro’s Mark Adams Selected as Arts Foundation of Cape Cod’s 2023 Artist of the Year

Nonprofit will celebrate Adams’ impact as painter, cartographer, environmentalist, scientist, educator, writer, and changemaker February 14, 2023 (Cape Cod, MA) – The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod (AFCC) has tapped Truro’s Mark Adams as its 2023 Artist of the Year. … Read More

Arts Foundation of Cape Cod Distributes | Record $120,000 in Grants and Sponsorships to 58 Recipients

For seventh straight year nonprofit increases total amount granted to support arts and culture February 2023 (Cape Cod, MA) – Shortly after Julie Wake was named the Executive Director of the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod (AFCC) in 2015, she … Read More

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The AFCC’s mission is to support, promote, and celebrate the arts and culture of Cape Cod. The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod (AFCC) is the regional arts agency for Barnstable County and Cape Cod’s only nonprofit arts and culture organization that serves all artists, all art forms, and all cultural and historical centers. We are the link between the Cape’s cultural community and its residents and visitors.

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