Our Mission

The Mission of the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Arts Center (FLCAC) is to enhance the quality of life in the Fayetteville-Lincoln County community through the presentation, education, and promotion of all art disciplines including visual, conceptual, and performing arts.

Currently these are the Events or Functions that The Arts Center is involved with to complete its Mission:

  • The Arts Center′s ″Southern Weekend of Art ″ - formerly known as the ″On The Square Arts & Crafts Show″
  • Art Camps for youth of all ages
  • Art, Music & Dance Scholarships for local students
  • Activities during ″The Host of Christmas Past″
  • Songwriters in the Round and Open Mic Nights (seasonal)


On September 30th, 1963 a group of people met in the library at Central High School (known as the 9th Grade Academy in 2005) for the purpose of organizing the Fayetteville and Lincoln County Art League. The Reverend Douglas Girardean called the meeting to order. The meeting started with a very interesting talk by a guest speaker Mr. Fred Womack. It was decided that they would meet the 2nd and 4th Monday Nights. Dues were established at $5.00 per year and $1.50 for students.

The first set of officers were elected, they were:

President: Ford Scott

Secretary: Mrs. Curtis Bomer

Vice President: Mrs. Fred Boswell

Treasurer: Reverend Douglas Girardean

The Charter Members listed were:

Mrs. Kitty Bingham

Mrs. Fred Broswell

Mrs. Havelon Garish

Mrs. Anne Bomer

George Deitz

Douglas Fairbanks

Ford Scott

Mrs. Ruth Clark

Mrs. Myrtle Earner

Rev. Douglas



Board of Directors

Jennifer King-Pierce

Jen King-Pierce


Phone: 931-652-2391
Email: jenkingpierce@gmail.com

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Sarah Bradford

Director at Large

Phone: 615-477-3180
Email: heartofsarah@gmail.com



The Arts Center is the name of the building and the organization that includes any clubs, classes, or organizations associated with the Arts Center.

The Arts League and the Performing Arts Association are the foundation groups, meaning they are the ones that are most involved in keeping the building open. These organizations are a cooperative of artists. They show their art and they volunteer their time in maintaining and opening the center. Only through their cooperative efforts does the organization survive.

The Arts Center Organization is a Non-Profit Organization, but the Artists are not. Each Artist is expected to pay sales tax on any art that they sell.