The Berry Fleming Book Festival will be held on Saturday, September 23, 2017 on Augusta University’s Summerville campus at the Jaguar Student Activity Center from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. More than 50 authors, representing a wide variety of genres will discuss their works via readings and panels. There will be writing workshops, school outreach, a literary marketplace, food trucks and a children’s area. The festival is free and open to the public.
Heidi Gray, a 12-year-old North Augusta actor who portrayed Annie in the “Annie the Musical International Broadway Tour” last year, will be both the headliner and honoree of this stellar North Augusta performance. This is truly world-class talent, and all of it is homegrown. The North Augusta Cultural Arts Council is thrilled to bring this Broadway-caliber performance to the citizens of North Augusta and the community at large.
As proclaimed by Governor Nathan Deal, this week, March 13- 18, is Georgia Small Business Week! The Greater Augusta Arts Council is celebrating by featuring the arts businesses of Augusta.
The Greater Augusta Arts Council is preparing for Wet Paint Party + Sale, being held this Saturday, February 18 at the Sacred Heart Cultural Center, 7-10pm. Nearly 70 artists have submitted work for the art auction. The names of the artists are listed here.
In November & December 2016, the Lucey Craft Laney Museum featured the quilts of the Brown Sugar Stitcher’s Guild. The Brown Sugar Stitchers Quilt Guild of Atlanta, GA is a diverse group of African-American quilters from all over the metropolitan area.