Arts and Cultural Council of Hilton Head, SC, (ACCHH) Unveils New Logo, Leadership, and Arts Calendar

The Arts & Cultural Council of Hilton Head in Hilton Head Island, SC, enters its fourth year with a new logo, new officers, and a public comprehensive arts calendar available on the web.

ACCHH is a non-profit collaborative of over thirty arts organizations working together to enhance  opportunities for residents and visitors to experience Hilton Head’s rich and varied arts, history and culture.  To achieve this goal ACCHH developed a comprehensive events calendar that can be accessed at ( and ( Follow us on Facebook and bookmark the website to get the most up to date information about the area’s arts and cultural activities.

The Town of Hilton Head’s recently released Arts & Cultural Strategic Planning Committee Final Report advocated for development of a one-stop arts information hub similar to ACCHH’s comprehensive events calendar.

The dynamic design of the new ACCHH logo expresses the presence, energy and excitement of Hilton Head’s many artistic, historical and cultural organizations. The Hilton Head region provides extensive opportunities for aspiring artists to develop skills working with paint, words, music, and photography; and for anyone wishing to expand their knowledge of local history, cultural heritage and historic sites. Home to a wealth of professional performing and visual artists, Hilton Head uniquely provides audiences with a diverse offering of dance, galleries, jazz, music, professional theatre, and a symphony.

Natalie Hefter (Vice President of Programs, Coastal Discovery Museum) is ACCHH’s newly elected chairperson; Patti Maurer (President of Island School Council for the Arts) will serve as vice-chair; Paul Gibson (Hilton Head Choral Society) is treasurer; and Elaine Lee (Hilton Head Shore Notes) is secretary.

The ACCHH coordinates, promotes, communicates and showcases the arts and cultural entities of the Hilton Head region, for the purpose of creating an arts destination, enriching the quality of life and speaking with one voice on cultural issues. Members include non-profit and for-profit organizations serving southern Beaufort County.

For further info call 843/686-3945.


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