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Resources for Community Information
The Chamber is a volunteer organization of business and professional men and women who have joined together for the purpose of promotion the civic and economic progress of our community. The Council for the Arts is a member of the Chamber of Commerce.
Visit the Onslow County Tourism website to learn more about Onslow County and the events, festivals and scenic areas to visit. Their site shows community events, and places to stay, play and dine.
Onslow County takes ‘Pride in Service, People and Place’™. A cohesive network of governmental and community agencies gives the diverse population and workforce serenity and activities for all ages.
Arts & Creative Resources
NCAC is supporting the abundance of outstanding artists and arts organizations enriching communities across our state. The NCAC is a valuable partner to our community. Grassroots funding through the Arts Council comes from the NCAC funds. Artists: Make sure you’re in the database for artist opportunities.
The North Carolina Museum of Art serves the people of North Carolina and all visitors as a premier destination for compelling encounters with art.
The nation’s leader in art advocacy – mobilizing support of the arts and education around the country. By connecting your best ideas and leaders from the arts, communities, and business together, we can work to ensure that every American has access to the transformative power of the arts.
The National Art Education Association (NAEA) advances visual arts education to fulfill human potential and promote global understanding.
South Arts was founded in 1975 to build on the Souths unique heritage and to enhance the public value of the arts. With funding from the NEA, we strive to represent, support, and showcase Southern communities, arts and artists through our current programming. This programming includes: ArtsReady, the Performing Arts Exchange, Southern Circuit, Regional Touring Grants and the Dance Touring Initiative, as well as professional development, folk/traditional arts programs and special initiatives.