About

DUE TO COVID-19: IN-PERSON BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

For over 38 years AmadorArts, the Amador County Arts Council has worked as a private non-profit public benefit organization to nurture the cultural vitality of our area which is rich in history, country living, and natural beauty. An unusually large number of professional visual and performing artists make their home here. The arts of Amador are a resource, much like timber, water, wine and tourism that contribute to our local economy.

The mission of Amador County Arts Council is to:

ENCOURAGE, SUPPORT, AND PROMOTE THE ARTS IN OUR SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITY.

Amador County Arts Council is the designated State Local Partner (SLP) with the California Arts Council, a state agency. We are here to be the premier resource for artists, art lovers, and art students of all ages. By collaborating with artists, fine artists, and volunteers, Amador County Arts Council (“AmadorArts”) has developed and sustained several arts programs in schools and throughout the community. The purpose of Amador County Arts Council is to be the catalyst for the arts by acting as a central dispenser of any federal, state, or private monies to county artists, art students, and arts organization; by developing programs to enhance the arts in the county; by stimulating the economic environment so as to promote county arts and artists; by establishing and maintaining relationships with local, regional, and national arts organizations; and by operating as a liaison between the Amador County Board of Supervisors and the arts community.

AmadorArts is located inside the Amador Senior Center in Jackson.

The State and County directives regarding public re-opening will dictate the activities allowed, but AmadorArts is open Monday through Friday from 9am to 4pm, as well as weekends and evenings with advanced notice. Due to COVID-19, in-person services are currently available by appointment only.

STAFF
Executive Director (full-time): Meghan Joy O’Keefe, meghan.amadorarts@gmail.com

Here are some of the PROFESSIONAL, FINE ARTISTS who have worked for AmadorArts over the last 10+ years:
African Drum and Dance Ensemble of Nevada County
Molly Allen
Sarah Armstrong-Gardner
Cara Augustin
Joe Bellamy
Donna Bohlin Sammons
Millie Butler
Anne Cook
Judy Day
Cynthia Dunn-Selph
Barry Duncan
Kat Everitt
Hal Gamble
Adam Gottstein*
Cynthia Griffin
Marchand Heimann
Dave Holob
Darcel Hunter
Julio Inglasses
Pat Keene
Christie Lane
Tammy McBroom
Jessica Moore
Sandy Morgan
Christina Morris
Jo Ann Ogburn
Meghan Joy O’Keefe
Anje Olmstead
Bruce Peccianti
Linda Ricci
Lorra Lee Rose
Gordon Rowland
Nedra Russ
Marilyn Shrouf
Stephanie Strong
David Tearpak
Julie Trail
Alyssa Vargas
Leslie Vasquez
Lynn Vasquez
Katherine Venturelli

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