Fall Creek Township, located in Central Indiana, is a unique place to live. Most people would describe our area with one word: rural. We well know that this slower, quieter rural lifestyle is often perceived by “city folk” as boring and uninspiring. But those of us who live and grow and create our lives here understand that it is exactly this openness of time and space that throws open the doors of our imaginations. Open fields give way to wandering. Old buildings pull our thoughts and themes to a time before. The mundane moonlights as medium. Creativity has room to stretch its legs.
And it is exactly this setting that is pulsing with talent and a thirst for more.
The FCACC was established in 2020 to create a space to explore and express the wide-open, free-spirited “Rural Imagination.” We equip people with tools and opportunities to create and engage. We provide value for each citizen’s role in our creative democracy. The FCACC began because we believe arts and culture manifest when people are empowered
The FCACC believes in the power of rural imagination in arts and culture and exists to engage, promote, and showcase the arts throughout Fall Creek Township.
FCACC envisions creating a vibrant and inclusive arts and culture community within Fall Creek Township. We will empower people to look at our rural assets as a unique opportunity for expression. We will listen, learn, and allow the arts to take up new spaces in our towns. We will continually work to bolster and connect a sustainable and relevant arts community.
FCACC aims to further the role of art and culture in our community by:
Founder/lead, Artist, business owner, arts organization experience, youth & community programming, marketing, web, and
Pendleton business owner, Falls Park board president, arts advocate, business & legal expertise
Artist, PHHS Arts Dept., education/arts/graphic expertise
Artist, youth & community programming, marketing & writing expertise
Artist, Pendleton Artists Society liaison, marketing & design, and illustration expertise
Business owner, ASO board president, exp. w/ youth & community programming, marketing/writing/research/
Local business owner, arts enthusiast, community volunteer, nonprofit board experience, finance and insurance expertise