A - Arts, Culture, & Humanities

  • Our mission is to change lives through music by providing accessible, exceptional music education to students of every age and skill level in order to create competent musicians and better global citizens.

  • To strengthen communities in Western North Carolina with cultural, educational and environmental initiatives.

  • Zing Zumm, Children’s Museum of Jacksonville NC in a non-profit children’s museum with a focus on interactive, imaginative, educational play.

  • The Peanut Factory supports emerging and professional contemporary artists, writers, and other creative individuals through residencies in a setting grounded in local history, while emphasizing international understanding. Guided by the belief that creative expression transforms lives on a personal scale while enriching the framework of society, The Peanut Factory develops strategic partnerships to facilitate cultural growth and economic development in eastern North Carolina and beyond.

  • Laertes is an independent press committed to literary translation -- to the furthering of that particular art. Our aim is also to relay works from far and wide, in any genre, that render the full human weight.

  • a/perture cinema’s mission is to engage and entertain the community through the art of film by showcasing informative, educational, thought-provoking and inspiring films - films that enrich our lives, engage our minds, promote diversity and build community

  • To publish "The Blotter," a free monthly art and literature magazine.

  • To promote the art of handbell ringing to the widest possible audience by performing advanced handbell music throughout North Carolina and the country.

  • To advance the state of the arts through advocacy, networking, and peer education.

  • The Thomas S. Kenan Institute for the Arts at the UNC School of the Arts is an arts service organization that serves as a bridge between campus and community by developing artist leaders, supporting creative careers and businesses, and engaging in creative placemaking. The Institute supports the exploration of new knowledge to cultivate leaders, entrepreneurs and innovators who can tackle complex challenges in the communities in which they live and work.

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