The Seminole Cultural Arts Council (SCAC) is a catalyst for the preservation of local cultural and historic heritage, including performing, literary, visual arts and sciences; serving to sustain, develop and advance the cultural life of Seminole County.
Total Wine in Altamonte Springs Grand Opening to Benefit SCAC!
Make sure to stop by the brand new Total Wine & More in Altamonte Springs July 2 - 5! They will be donating a portion of their opening weekend sales to the Seminole Cultural Arts Council!
Pick up a flyer at the Historic Sanford Welcome Center for a $10-off coupon that is good till July 12th!
SCAC Grant Program
Formed in 1994, the Seminole Cultural Arts Council (SCAC) is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization for the preservation of local cultural and historic heritage, including performing, literary, and visual arts and sciences, and serves to sustain, develop, and advance the cultural life of Seminole County.
In 1995, the Seminole County Board of Commissioners designated SCAC as the official recipient of the ARTS license plate funds. Through the FL Div. of Cultural Affairs and Florida’s Dept. of Motor Vehicles, $20 from each special “State of the Arts” license tag purchased by Seminole County residents goes toward a grant fund that supports the arts in Seminole County. SCAC distributes the license plate funds through more than $343,000 in grant awards s ince SCAC was formed.
SCAC membership is required prior to our mailing of grant awards. One inclusive membership has been paid by Seminole County Public Schools to cover all Seminole County schools and school programs that wish to apply for a grant.
Deadline for submission of SCAC grant applications is Noon on Friday, August 2, 2015.