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New website launched to promote the vibrant arts and cultural industry in Cumberland County

FAYETTEVILLE . . . On August, 1, 2019, The Arts Council of Fayetteville-Cumberland County unveiled a new website promoting the vibrancy in the community at This site is a highly-anticipated project for stakeholders and is expected to provide users with a clean, uncluttered digital hub for all things arts and culture in Cumberland County. Visitors will find the website to effectively serve as an extension to the Arts Council official website, highlighting theatre, music, film, museums, festivals, and more.

The new website has been designed to offer the ultimate user-friendly experience with engaging content and functionality while allowing users an outlet to boldly connect with a robust catalogue of local artistic attractions and special events. 

“The Arts Council has been involved with so many parts of our community – education, tourism, economic development, downtown development, even regional and state-wide strategic planning,” said Greg Weber, Arts Council President and CEO. “Art is a part of our dailylife. How better to describe not only The Arts Council’s work, but also what Fayetteville/Cumberland County is becoming – We Are The Arts!”

The website announcement is in coordination with a rebranded identity for the Arts Council – equipped with a redesigned logo, the Arts Council is taking the opportunity to strengthen and modernize its stature to our members, government officials, the media and the communities in which we operate.

Visit to begin exploring ACFCC’s new website. You can also connect with The Art’s Council on Facebook, Twitter @arts_council, and Instagram @theartscouncil.

To learn more about contributing content, please contact the Arts Council at 910.323.1776 or email



The Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County was founded in 1973. As a link between artists, arts and cultural organizations and the community, the nonprofit agency administers programs in partnership with a variety of local agencies to stimulate community development through the arts. The Arts Council supports individual creativity, cultural preservation, economic development and lifelong learning through the arts.

The Arts Council’s grants, programs and services are funded in part by contributions from businesses and individuals, and through grants from the City of Fayetteville, Cumberland County and the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural & Cultural Resources.