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In the former Carroll Theater at 91 West Main Street, Westminster MD, 21157.
Parking is available on the streets, in the Babylon lot directly across Main Street, or in the Colonel Rosser lot 1/2 block east on Main Street. Street and lot parking is metered but times and cost vary. Covered parking is available in the parking garage on the corner of Green St. and Liberty St. Parking in the alleys directly next to and behind the Arts Center is private and should not be used by arts center patrons. Visit the City of Westminster for more information on Parking.
No, we welcome everyone to visit. BUT, our members get lots of benefits including discounted prices for performances, films, bus trips, and classes. Become a CCAC member.
CCAC has 2 spacious galleries and the Director’s Hall gallery, a Gift Shop, the annual Art in the Park Festival, and the Gallery of Gifts during the holidays. Please click here for more information on Exhibit Opportunities.
Members receive our newsletters and brochures by mail. Anyone can sign up here receive weekly emails about upcoming CCAC events.
No, gallery exhibits are free and open to the public.
Tickets can be purchased online for most events with a credit card. Click here to go to our Upcoming Events page.
A 20% discount is extended to groups purchasing 20 or more tickets. Discounted group tickets must be arranged in advance at the Box Office or by phone and cannot be purchased online.
Most CCAC events have a discounted price for people 60 and older and those 25 and under. Please contact CCAC for more details./
Concessions are for sale before events and through intermission (when there is one). We sell water, soda, coffee, chips, candy, and popcorn. Also wine and beer depending on the type of event. Outside food and beverages are not permitted.
All ticket sales are final.
Yes, CCAC prides itself on maintaining a facility that is accessible to all. Please see our Accessibility page for specific information on seating and hearing impaired devices.
There is no dress code for events at CCAC unless specifically noted. Attire can range from business casual to jeans, t-shirts, and sneakers.
Yes and no. Photographs are allowed in our galleries, but most performers do not allow flash photography./
At the Jiffy Mart gas station across Main Street from the Arts Center.
Yes. Priority is given to arts events that are open to the public (i.e. dance, drama, music, literary & visual arts.) Requests for use of the facility for any other non-arts purposes, public or private, including business seminars, parties, fundraisers, conferences, political or religious events, will require advance approval by the Arts Council’s Board of Directors. For more information and pricing about Facility Usage and Rental, please click here.
The Arts Center box office occasionally sells tickets for events that are held at other venues in the community. Only cash or checks are accepted for these purchases.
We have a theatre program that is only for children: Childrens’ Theatre Troupe. For adults, there are several local theatre groups that have opportunities for both adults and children: Cultural Directory.
Film Lovers in Carroll County (FLICC) is the club that meets monthly to choose the movies for the Carroll Arts Center. All members of the CCAC may be members of FLICC. Suggestions are always welcome.
When possible we will post announcements on our website and/or Facebook page with that status of our events. You can also call the Arts Center at 410/848-7272. For classes, contact your instructor or check your email.