Chalk About AC

Saturday, October 12, 2019

(Rain Date: Sunday, October 13)

O'Donnell Memorial Park - Atlantic & S. Albany Aves, Atlantic City

9am - 1pm

Chalk About AC is a free city-wide chalking event encouraging participants to create chalk artwork throughout the city. The event is family-friendly and invites everyone to enjoy and celebrate Atlantic City through the creation of positive, inspirational messages and images!

Participants are supplied with chalk, water, and paper towels. Coffee & treats offered during registration, event closes with a light lunch. Free with registration!

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Interested in becoming a sponsor? Contact Joyce Hagen at



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Chalk About AC is a program of the Atlantic City Arts Foundation (ACAF). ACAF is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization focused on increasing public access to the arts and furthering community arts education. We exist to foster an environment in which diverse arts and cultural programs enrich the quality of life for residents of and visitors to Atlantic City.

"48 Stories" Celebration & Book Signing

Join us to celebrate 48 Stories - a collection of stories about Atlantic City with the common thread of 48 Blocks Atlantic City.

Tuesday, September 24th | 5pm | FREE

Mix & mingle with the storytellers while enjoying the spectacular ocean views at Stockton University Atlantic City. A selection of stories will be shared, and storytellers & creators in attendance will be ready to sign copies of the book!

Be sure to bring your copy of 48 Stories. Books are $30 & will be available for purchase at the event.

LOCATION: Stockton University Atlantic City Campus - 3701 Boardwalk, Atlantic City. Residential Complex, in common area near the fireplace. Main entrance on Atlantic & Albany Aves.

PARKING: Validated. Residential Parking Garage next door to the Residential Complex - Entrance on Lincoln Place.

This event is FREE and open to the public. Donations are welcome. Light fare will be served.




The strength of a community lies in the stories we tell. Within the book you will discover 48 unique stories that reveal the collective creativity, perseverance, and dedication of the Atlantic City community. The 48 Blocks Atlantic City celebration is a common thread, but all the stories go deeper, expanding the narrative of transformation supported by engagement with the arts.

The publication of 48 Stories was made possible through Stockton University’s 2020 Initiative grant funding. All proceeds from the sale of the volume will go to support future editions and/or to 48 Blocks Atlantic City, a program of the Atlantic City Arts Foundation.



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The Atlantic City Arts Foundation (ACAF). ACAF is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization focused on increasing public access to the arts and furthering community arts education. We exist to foster an environment in which diverse arts and cultural programs enrich the quality of life for residents of and visitors to Atlantic City.

Eagle Theatre Summer Conservatory

Eagle Theatre Conservatory Presents

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Summer 2019 – Ages 8-18


A Summer Theatre Intensive Designed to Educate, Enlighten, & Entertain!

Eagle Theatre Conservatory is proud to announce their 2019 Summer Theatre Intensive, guaranteed to shine the spotlight on both TRAINING & PERFORMANCE, while offering opportunities for aspiring actors to build skills that will be applied in front of a live audience.

Each day a variety of intensives will be held by our professional teaching artists, including; acting, music, improvisation, dance, audition prep, scene study, stage combat, sketch comedy, technical theatre, and more! Camp concludes with a 2-week performance run of a full length musical!

Tales at Twilight: Supernatural Stories with a Cape May Connection

Sit around the fire pit and listen to supernatural tales about the Jersey Devil and other spooky legends told by members of East Lynne Theater Company and the Nature Center of Cape May.   Before the storytelling begins at 8:00 PM, enjoy smores and other treats by the campfire at 7:30 PM. Rain or shine. Cost is $12; ages 12 and under free. For questions, contact the Nature Center at 609-427-3045. To learn more about the Nature Center visit njaudubon.og; for East Lynne Theater Company visit

Ragtime: The Musical

It’s the turn of the century; everything is changing and anything is possible. Brimming with unforgettable melodies and a deeply compelling story of love and loss, Ragtime paints a powerful portrait of the American Dream that awakens the heart and captivates the soul. Set in the volatile melting pot of New York City, three distinct American stories are woven together—a determined Jewish immigrant, a daring Harlem musician and an upper-class mother, united by their courage, compassion and belief in a better tomorrow. Based on the novel by E. L. Doctorow, this triumphant must-see musical masterpiece is bursting with show-stopping splendor and unbridled passion. Prepare yourself to be swept away as Eagle Theatre lands you in a reinvented version of this boundless classic.

25 Non-Profits in Atlantic County Receive Gift of Humanities

ATLANTIC COUNTY, N.J. - A total of 25 non-profit organizations around Atlantic County will receive a sum of $150,800—an initiative propelled by The Atlantic County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs (ACOCHA) through two state funding bureaus.

A whopping $72,700 has been awarded to ACOCHA by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts in an effort to enrich art culture in Atlantic County communities.

Twenty-one non-profits were selected for the grant:

• Absecon Lighthouse
• Atlantic Arts Foundation
• Atlantic City Pops Community Band
• Atlantic Youth Orchestra
• Chicken Bone Beach Historical Foundation
• Children’s Cultural Arts Foundation
• Cygnus Creative Arts Centre
• Dance Arts League of Atlantic County
• Garden State Film Festival
• Historic Organ Restoration Committee
• Ventnor City Cultural Arts Center
• Jewish Community Center of Atlantic County
• Somers Point Arts Commission
• Somers Point Beach Concert Series
• South Jersey Area Wind Ensemble
• Stockton University Art Gallery
• Stockton University Dance Program
• The Arc of Atlantic County
• South Jersey Jazz Society
• Hammonton Arts Center
• MudGirls Studios

An additional $7,100 was disbursed to four local non-profit organizations through ACOCHA and their acquisition of the grant from the New Jersey State Historical Commission. The funds will equip Atlantic County residents with access to important historical resources and experiences.

Four non-profits were selected:

• Galloway Township Historical Society
• Atlantic County Historical Society
• Atlantic County Veterans Museum Foundation
• Somers Point Historical Society