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EXPERIENCE THE ARTS IN THE BIRTHPLACE OF THE OIL INDUSTRY

 
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A CREATIVE MISSION

Keeping the Arts Alive and Growing in Titusville

 

OUR PROGRAMS

Titusville Council on the Arts is dedicated to keeping the arts affordable and available to the entire Titusville community. From concerts to chalk walks to photography, we always have something creative for you and your family to do. Check out some of our recent programs featured below!

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CONCERTS IN THE PARK

Bringing Back the Music

Every year from June through August we host weekly outdoor concerts in scenic Scheide Park featuring a selection of talented local bands and musicians. Concerts are funded by grants, private donations, and sponsorships from local businesses and organizations. Bring a chair or blanket for seating and enjoy free music in downtown Titusville. The concert schedule is different each year, though some favorites return annually.

PORCH PORTRAITS

Togetherness in a Time of Separation

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Titusville Council on the Arts joined with Titusville Renaissance, Inc. to initiate Together Titusville, a community-wide effort to promote togetherness in times of difficulty. As part of this effort, local photographers volunteered with TCA to take professional photographs of families on their front porches. A voting contest, held on Facebook, resulted in winners who received gift certificates to local businesses.

MOVIES IN THE PARK

Trying Something New

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic resulted in the cancellation of many of our annual programs, so this year Arts Council innovated. We invested in a portable screen and projector in order to show family-friendly films to a socially distanced outdoor audience at Titusville's Ed Myer Complex. The movies are shown on Friday evenings throughout the month of August. They are free and open to the public with a maximum occupancy of 200 people.

That's not all, folks! Learn more about our most popular annual and past programs by clicking the button below.

 
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"The object of art is to give life shape."

William Shakespeare