Brighton Cultural Arts Commission

The Brighton Cultural Arts Commission was incorporated in 1996, and established by the Brighton City Council.

The Brighton Cultural Arts Commission (BCAC) is an art, culture, and humanities 501©(3) Corporation. Its charitable mission is to promote cultural arts. The BCAC operates exclusively for charitable purposes, supporting educational, cultural, and scientific programs. The mission of the BCAC is to provide support for the production, presentation, exhibition, advancement, and preservation of art, music, theatre, dance, language arts, zoology, botany, and natural history for the City of Brighton. The BCAC receives funding from the Scientific and Cultural Facilities (SCFD) and Brighton Lodging Tax to support exciting programs, activities, and long-term art. 

The BCAC created and provides funding to a sub-committee called the Public Art Committee that recommends and oversees art in Brighton public places. 

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