Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County (AHCMC)

Culture Spot

Experience Something Extraordinary

Latest Blog Post

» Visit Blog

Expanding Access, Supporting Growth, and Investing Locally

Wed, 06 Feb 2019 by Suzan

Dear Colleagues, 2019 is well underway and we are in full swing – engaging and supporting the arts and humanities ecosystem in Montgomery County! To all our colleagues who were impacted by the recent government shutdown, we are excited to have had you back with us and grateful the furlough has temporarily ended. It is our hope that good minds will continue [...] View Post

» View All Videos

Current EventsUpcoming Events
  • MarketPower Workshop: Successful Marketing & Development Collaboration
    Wednesday, March 20 at 9:30 AM
    Everyone knows that organizations often work more efficiently and are more successful when silos are broken down – but sometimes that is more easily said than done. There are hurdles to overcome in order to form successful alliances – marketing is protective of the best customers and the customer experience; development want the very best engagement experiences reserved for donors; artistic staff wants to protect the creative process from external observers – there always seems to be a good excuse NOT to collaborate. This workshop is aimed at identifying the reasons why we SHOULD collaborate, focusing on strategies that have been used to achieve success and highlighting examples and case studies that support the positive outcomes associated with breaking down departmental silos and encouraging increased communication and collaboration. Register Today

» View All Current Events



Learn about folk and

traditional artists at!





Support AHCMC Programs

Donations made to AHCMC are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. Click here to or view our many programs in need of your donation.

Stay connected. Sign up for our e-newsletter!

Receive information and updates about AHCMC grants, programs, services and events! Click here to sign up

801 Ellsworth Drive
Silver Spring, MD 20910
T: 301-565-3805 | F: 301-565-3809

© Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County. All Rights Reserved.
Site developed by Wood Street, Inc Wood Street, Inc.