Mission Statement


ACE’s mission is to encourage and promote all the arts; foster an appreciation of the arts; and enrich the quality of life by offering arts involvement, education, and community programming to the Easton area.

 

History


ACE was founded in 1999 and incorporated in April 2000 by artists, business owners, art institution representatives, and art lovers, seeking an organization for arts education programs, exhibitions, workshops, information dispersal, and networking. Located at the confluence of the Delaware and Lehigh Rivers, Easton, Pennsylvania is just a short ride from New York City and Philadelphia. Because of this, Easton has been a magnet for artists who are looking for a place to work and live. Easton is a city where one can enjoy the benefits of living close to the most important art centers in the US, without having to endure the high costs of living associated with these metropolitan centers. Since the 1980’s many artists have joined with long time artists in making Easton their home. ACE has become a vital force in the movement to create a vibrant arts community in the Easton area.

 

Officers and Directors


Officers

President – Mary Iacovone
Vice President – Cindy Vojnovic
Secretary – Rachel Engh
Treasurer – Howard McGinn

Directors

Chair: Danny Moyer
VC: Lydia Bruneo
Lady Colleen Heller Alrefai
Carol Benner
Barbara Brock
Maryann Riker
Ian Summers
Howard McGinn
Christin Dorner

Arts Community of Easton, Inc. (ACE) is a Pennsylvania domestic non-profit corporation organized in compliance with the requirements of 15 Pa. C.S. §5306.  ACE is also a federally recognized Section 501(c) (3) tax exempt organization, contributions to which are tax deductible under section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code.