Neighborhood Art Attack

Neighborhood Art Attacks are a part of the Arts Council’s ongoing efforts to engage everyone in our community in culturally enriching activities. These free events feature musicians, dancers, artists and hands-on activities for the entire family.

A Neighborhood Art Attack will be held Saturday, April 8 at Mendoza Park in Spring Lake. The event is during Spring Lake’s Spring Fling Festival.

Art Attacks are designed to provide interactive activities as children are exposed to the art and cultural resources available in our community.

Arts and cultural organizations in our county also showcase what they have to offer you year-round, such as the Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County and more!

If you would like to sponsor a future Art Attack, please contact Director of Development, UniQue Webster at uniquew@theartscouncil.com or call 910-323-1776

*Schedule is subject to change.

In recent years, the Arts Council has held Neighborhood Art Attacks in Mendoza Park in Spring Lake, Lake Rim Park in Fayetteville and Hope Mills Municipal Park.

Here are some images some of those Art Atacks:

 

 

 

 

 

 




 
 
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