FCCA Home Page
Welcome to The Fredericksburg Center
for the Creative Arts

A Non-Profit Organization
Located in the Historic Silversmith House, circa 1785
and a Partner of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

History of the FCCA
 

The Fredericksburg Center for the Creative Arts (FCCA) is an all-volunteer non-profit organization supporting the creative arts in Fredericksburg, Virginia.  Monthly, FCCA brings new art exhibits, special programs and events, art trips, and art classes for all ages to the Fredericksburg community.  These events are planned and organized entirely by volunteer members, and funded through member and community support.

At this minute, information about the founding and history of The Fredericksburg Center for the Creative Arts is being compiled for this page about us.

FCCA is housed in the Historic Silversmith Home in old town Fredericksburg,
along the Rappahannock River, beside the City parking lot.

Renovations to Silversmith House.

For more information about our historic building, click Silversmith House

 

813 Sophia Street Fredericksburg, VA 22401 - (540) 373-5646
Open 12-4 p.m. Wednesday-Monday & 11-4:00 Saturday (Closed Tues.)

by volunteer docents.
Any questions or concerns about website, contact Jeanne Tanks, WebTeam 2005-2011