The Pleasanton Cultural Arts Council (PCAC) has been a major player in the promotion, funding, and management of public art projects in the city of Pleasanton, California. From spearheading fundraising efforts to construct art installations such as the Cultural Arts Building, renovating the Amador Theater, and transforming the downtown fire station into a black box theater, art gallery, and art classrooms known as the Firehouse Arts Center, PCAC has a long history of supporting the arts. In addition to providing art installations and promoting programming, PCAC has worked in collaboration with the local municipal government, individual art donors, and other non-profit organizations to help fund and organize events, provide public art, and support a wide variety of free activities for the public to enjoy. These activities are open to teachers and administrators in Pleasanton USD, PUSD students, and members of the Pleasanton community of all ages and ethnicities. Are you looking for the address of the Pleasanton Cultural Arts Foundation? You can find it at 4444 Black Avenue, Pleasanton CA 94588. The foundation is open Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm.
To learn more about their services or to make a donation, please visit their website at www.pleasantonartsfoundation.org or call them at (925) 456-7890.