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Members of the Barrington Cultural Arts Center

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Who we are:

The Barrington Cultural Arts Center (BCAC) is an all volunteer, not-for-profit, 501 (c)(3) organization made up of local artists. BCAC provides a physical space for artists to teach, display and sell their craft at their Barrington, IL Gallery in the Ice House Mall.

Meet our Board Members and Chairpersons


Would you like to make art happen?

Register for one of our new classes or workshops!

Coming Up:

 June 9th,30th:    Ann Feldman Painting Class at IHM

June 10:                Michael Latala Live Model Charcoal Demo

June 20:                BCAC Plein Air Meet-up Cuba Marsh 9:00 AM

July 11                  BCAC Plein Air Meet-up Alley behind Francesca’s 9:00 AM

August 1              (Tuesday ) 9AM Location TBD


Still Life Challenge   – Join fellow BCAC artists at the IHM gallery to paint the latest ‘Still Life’.  Click here for more info.


Become a member and celebrate your creativity!



Sat., July 22, 2017, 1:30PM




Kimberly Butts- July 2017

 I hope that you can all join me as I unveil some of my newest artworks as July Artist of the Month at the Barrington Cultural Arts Center. We will have appetizers, drinks, music, and art to share. Feel free to bring a guest as well. See you soon.


IN MEMORIAM – Dixie Rogus

Our beloved member, Dixie Rogus, passed away from cancer last year. Before her passing, Dixie named BCAC as one of the recipients to which she’d like memorial donations in her honor to be directed. Thanks to her thoughtful wishes and the generosity of the many people who cared about her, $400 was given to BCAC to further our mission.

Our members voted to use these funds toward supporting young artists. This year BCAC will provide two separate awards of $100 each to deserving young artists, repeating the awards the following year. It is the members’ intent to work toward raising funds annually to support art for youth in Dixie’s honor.

Art Quote of the Month:  

The creative adult is the child who has survived.”     Ursula K. Le Guin


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