Welcome to the Fenton Arts Council!

Creating, Promoting & Supporting all forms of Art and Culture in the Fenton area for over 40 years!

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“Arts Are The Heart” will soon be here!  Save the dates:

May 18, 2019 – Saturday

August 17, 2019 – Saturday

October 5, 2019 – Saturday

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“Arts Are The Heart” (AATH) is a community-based art series which strives to build awareness for the arts in the community, interfacing with families, schools and businesses.

AATH provides visual art exploration, music performances and exploration, dance performances, and STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, math) connected experiences.

AATH is a distinctive series of events for introductions to and engagement with art and culture for families in downtown Fenton.

Recent Posts:

  • Pics from “Arts Are The Heart”, May 18th -
  • Free Frozen Custard to First 100 Attendees! - Thank You Culver’s! Be one of the first 100 attendees the to “Arts Are The Heart” May 18 event to receive a free token for a frozen custard at Culver’s, Owen Rd. location! The Fenton Arts Council’s “Arts Are The Heart” event opens at 10am and continues until 2pm, at the World of Wonder, Fenton […]
  • Drumming Circle - The very popular “Drum Circle” Creation Station will again join the May 18th “Arts Are The Heart” event at the World of Wonder, Fenton Public Schools’ Ellen Street Campus. From 10am to 2pm. Sponsored by the River Rhythms Drumming Circle of Fenton, the children love to make music on the drums Lisa Pearson brings! View […]
  • Creation Station - One of the Creation Stations at the May 18th “Arts Are The Heart” will be “Painting Drums”. There will be several unfinished drums of various sizes the children can paint. When finished, real drum heads will be attached and the drums will be donated to area elementary schools! Click HERE for images of drum creations […]
  • Cardboard Challenge at October “Arts Are The Heart” - The October “Arts Are The Heart” will be excitingly different! We will be participating in the International Cardboard Challenge. A few years ago, an 9 year old boy named Caine created an arcade out of used cardboard boxes, tape and a few other loose parts. Accidentally found by a Hollywood documentary film maker, Caine’s humble […]