Members of the Smith Mountain Arts Council (SMAC) Board have had a few challenges of late fulfilling our mission of “bringing the arts to the Smith Mountain Lake Community!” Well we are living in strange times!
In light of the ever-heightening concerns with the COVID-19 outbreak, we have more UN-events than events. We are so sorry to have had to cancel the Nashville Songwriter’s coffeehouse, The SW Virginia Songwriter’s Coffeehouse, the John Faber Memorial Photography Show (April 24-26), and the Panini Brothers Coffeehouse (May 8-9). Our SMAC treasurer will be refunding the tickets sold to any of these events within the next few weeks. We hope to reschedule events, but no dates have been announced yet.
Nobody knows what will happen next but in this time of uncertainty, we hope that you are doing some things to keep you and your families safe and self-entertained. Below are some ideas!
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The Smith Mountain Arts Council (SMAC), established in 1989, is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization and serves a large geographic area surrounding Smith Mountain Lake.
SMAC is partially funded by the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.