She Loves Me – Leeds Main Street Planter Contest!

Happy February! Love is in the air! Some Leeds Arts Council board members created an art piece in our planter for Leeds Main Street‘s contest! Thanks to Beverly Wison, Sandra Bailey, Jessica Carmon, & Mandi Rae Trott for putting your creative skills to work!

This piece is meant to draw your attention to the upcoming performance of She Loves Me – the opening date is February 24th. This theatrical performance is a PERFECT date night activity and it is here, right in your own hometown. Get tickets now at

We love Leeds.

THANK YOU! We received a donation of an original artwork by Tanna Rose Griggs!

Artist Tanna Rose Griggs donated a beautiful piece of her artwork to the Leeds Art Council which will be displayed in the permanent Art Gallery in the center.
Please drop by on Masterpiece Monday between 9-12 to see this wonderful work of art!
Thank you Tanna for supporting the Leeds Art Council.
Tanna also teaches art through the center. Call for information

The Jazz Babies – Sunday Oct 16 – 4 pm

The Jazz Babies presents 1920 razzle dazzle plus some Dixieland Jazz. Special Refreshments will be served!

The incomparable Merle Dollar with Chuck King on trumpet, Peyton Grant on piano, Tom Dameron on tuba, and Gaines Brake on clarinet. An evening of music for old souls who are young at heart. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased online through LAC website. Or just walk up on Sunday afternoon! We hope to see you there!

October Artist Gallery Reception – Trussville Photographers Club

The Trussville Photographers Club is the new name for the Trussville Photography Club, which began in the summer of 2016. Our first club president, Mike Gardner, wanted to have a local club of photographers who could meet together, learn from and encourage each other and grow in their craft. He gathered together a handful of like-minded photographers and they held their first meeting in July of that year.

Over the years, our club met monthly, providing training on various photography topics, using both members and outside photographers. We planned monthly field trips to places like Noccalula Falls, Sloss Furnaces, and Huntsville Botanical Gardens to practice our photography together while having fun socializing. During that time, the club grew to over 150 actual members and over 2200 Facebook followers.

With the Covid-19 restrictions, we were unable to meet in person for some time and lost some of our members. But our leadership team pressed on, stayed connected with as many as possible, and eventually decided we needed to reorganize as the Trussville Photographers Club. We’ve resumed our monthly meetings and field trips and are growing once again!

Our club has exhibited in various venues, including the Gadsden Museum of Art, Comer Museum and Arts Center, and the Trussville Public Library. We are honored to once again show some of our work at the Leeds Arts Center! Our club motto, “Because every picture tells a story,” remains the same, so as you view our artwork, we invite you to reflect on how each piece speaks to you– and enter into our stories.

Two Events on Saturday September 10th!


Calling all Mermaids & Pirates ages 4-8! Sail or swim over the the Leeds Arts Council on Saturday September 10th at 10am for a Treasure Hunt with our Mermaids and Pirates. There will be nautical crafts, pictures with Mermaids & Pirates, games & more! Tickets are $20 — Space is limited — click here to reserve your spot today!

A big thanks to our Sponsor, The Party Palace!


Please join us to celebrate a brand new sound system for the Leeds Theatre & Arts Center. This benefit will help pay off the rest of the sound bill and also raise money for our next project, new lighting!! We would love for you to come out and hear it for yourself, and we are having musicians that live RIGHT HERE IN LEEDS!! We will have celebratory wine and it will be over all a fun party!!

$15 includes performance + special refreshments

Tickets here

Leeds Arts Council presents: High School Musical

A talented group of young adults is getting ready to perform High School Musical at the Leeds Arts Council on July 21-23 and 28-30 at 7 p.m. and July 24 and 31 at 2 p.m.

Victoria Boyce, director and choreographer of High School Musical, with the help of assistant director Jon McClaran is choosing not to stick to the status quo. Instead, they are putting a few spins on the already head-bopping original.