Wake Forest ARTS
Formerly named Wake Forest Cultural Arts Association (WFCAA) in 1990, we underwent a rebranding in 2010 and we are now known as Wake Forest ARTS! Wake Forest ARTS strives to support local artists and existing art programs throughout our community and to encourage the formation of new arts ventures. We are currently an all-volunteer organization funded by contributions from businesses and individuals, along with grants from United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County. The Town of Wake Forest provides an allocation of funding for free community concert programming.
What We Do
Wake Forest ARTS strives to promote the arts in Wake Forest in any way we can, be they visual, written or performance. We may be best known for our Six Sundays in Spring Concert Series, but we also assist organizers of the Autumn Arts Festival, Christmas Historic Home Tour, Wake Forest Area Artists Studio Tour, Wake Forest Garden Tour, and the Wake Forest Singers.
We look forward to adding to andrefining our work and emerging an even stronger asset to the Wake Forest Community.
What You Can Do
You can help us promote the arts in Wake Forest by providing financial supportor by volunteering to help with the projects and events we organize. We welcome monetary donations, in-kind contributions and event sponsorships for our projects and events.
Contact us at info@WakeForestARTS.org for more information concerningthese opportunities.
Meetings & Location
Wake Forest ARTS meets the second Thursday of each month at 7:30 a.m. at our office in the Wake Forest Historical Museum, 450 N. Main St., Wake Forest, NC 27587. Our meetings are open to the public. Our office is not yet open to the public as we do not have regular staff hours.