About: Fine Arts Council of Trumbull County
ABOUT THE FINE ARTS COUNCIL OF TRUMBULL COUNTY
The Fine Arts Council of Trumbull County (FACT) was established in 1971 when six community organizations recognized the need for mutual support & coordination of the arts and cultural organizations. Our mission is “to improve the quality of life in Trumbull County, by fostering the arts.” FACT receives funding through corporate, foundation and individual donations.
FACT is always looking for volunteers and people willing to assist us in making the arts an integral part of everyday life in Trumbull County. If you’d like to carve pumpkins, greet people during our summer season or just help to spread the word, we can use your help. To volunteer, or for information about membership contact FACT at info@TrumbullArts.org
September 23,24,25, 2017
CONGRATULATIONS James Shuttic, FACT Board President for being named a Community Star!
10 Community Stars will shine at awards ceremony
WARREN — The brightest examples of community service and the people who do those good deeds will be honored March 21 at the 16th annual Community Star awards dinner.
Co-sponsored by the Tribune Chronicle and Trumbull 100, the Community Star program celebrates local volunteers who go above and beyond to make a measurable impact in the lives of others without expecting anything in return. Forty-seven nominations were received. ………………………………….. Click Here for Tribune Chronicle Article
TRIBUNE CHRONICLE – 1-16-17
Artists sought for Warren
WARREN — The Fine Arts Council of Trumbull County wants to fill the empty homes and commercial properties in the city with artists, and it will have the help of an Austintown digital marketing company to do it.
Actionable Insights is developing a marketing campaign to target working artists in other major metropolitan areas and sell them on the economic benefits of moving to Warren.
“The target audience is successful artists who have a business up and running, doing well, who are in New York City, because that’s where you start,” AI President Jason Wood said. “They end up in brownstones that cost thousands of dollars a month. The geography of where you live, once you’re already rolling, becomes less important.”