Osage City arts council celebrates 10th anniversary

The Osage City Area Arts Council is celebrating its 10th anniversary this month, having been supporting the arts since 2003. The organization’s vision is to encourage and cultivate the arts in Osage City and the surrounding area.

OCAAC has provided programs of high quality which have included theater, visual, literary and performing arts. Such events as the Topeka Symphony Orchestra, pianist Julie Rivers, the Capitol City Chorus, the Lecompton Reenactors, Acoustic Eidolon, cowboy storytellers, Western singers, art exhibitions, and annual free concerts by the Army National Guard Band, have been provided by OCAAC during its 10-year history.

The arts council has made many contributions to fund educational programming for the students of Osage City public schools. They have provided funding for high school plays, educational performers and workshops. OCAAC has also helped fund children’s programming organized by the Osage City Public Library. The variety of presentations has encompassed a wide range of ages and interests.

Funding for OCAAC is through ticket sales, donations and memberships. Single, family and corporate memberships are available. For more information on memberships and a complete listing of current and past programs, visit osagecityarts.org.


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