Belton Center for the Arts

306 City SQ

Belton, SC 29627

Phone: (864) 338-8556

City: Belton

Region: Mountains

Belton Center for the Arts

The vision of Belton Center for the Arts is to encourage and stimulate the education, practice and appreciation of the arts. The Belton Center for the Arts provides seven exhibits each year and offers art classes for children and adults. Our mission is one of facilitator and presenter of all forms of art. We also serve as a community cultural center, creating an open and inviting atmosphere where everyone in the community can participate and ultimately enhance and further unite our community. We are located in one of the oldest buildings in Belton, SC and our facility includes two gallery spaces, a large classroom and a gift shop, including the work of local artisans. Our facility is also available for wedding and event rentals by appointment.

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