Keystone Art & Culture Center
The Keystone Art & Culture Center, founded in 2003, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation featuring both a bronze foundry and art gallery. KACC is housed in a renovated warehouse in Lancaster's Southwest neighborhood at 420 Pearl Street.
KACC was created to be a hub for Art in the community. The goal is to make art accessible and to provide opportunities to individuals within the community: whether you are an artist, an aspiring artist, interested in a class, or simply enjoy viewing artwork. Also at Keystone Art and Culture Center you will find the only working educational bronze foundry in the area! Live bronze pours heat up KACC every 4th Friday! Also, each month the gallery has a different art exhibit by a variety of local, regional, and international artists. Resident artists have the opportunity to gain real life experience, while working side by side with professional artists. KACC also serves as a vehicle for connecting area not-for-profits in various collaborative efforts. For Example, Lancaster Creative Reuse is a project of KACC.
Keystone Art & Culture Center is supported in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, The National Endowment for the Arts and The Lancaster County Community Foundation.