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Gallery Reception at Augusta & Co July 17

Work from local artists on display at Augusta & Co, reception Wednesday July 17, 5-7pm
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Arts News July 9

Arts News: Augusta actors appear in “Stranger Things,” ghosts at the Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, Volunteers needed to assist the Augusta Players’ move to new warehouse
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FY20 City Arts Grants Applications Open Now, deadline August 9

Applications are now open for Richmond County-based arts nonprofit organizations to apply for City Arts Grants for fiscal year 2020. The application deadline is August 9. Established by the City of Augusta to increase the cultural significance of our region, the City Arts grants redistribute just over $70,000 to our local arts organizations to fund their programs and projects each year. The Greater Augusta Arts Council administers the program on behalf of the city of Augusta – Richmond County.
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Arts Weekly with Karlton Clay of VPN Productions

Listen to Arts Weekly with Brenda Durant and guest Karlton Clay, talking about his recent series release of “Sistahhood” from VPN Productions
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Important Arts Awards Info! For Thursday, June 20

Some Important information for the Arts Awards Dinner & Membership meeting being held Thursday, June 20 – address, attire, schedule
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Arts News 6-19

Augusta rap artist signs deal with SONY, gateway sculpture finalists announced, online workshop by artist Dread Scott
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ARTS COUNCIL ANNUAL EVENTS

WET PAINT PARTY AND SALE
ANNUAL ARTS AWARDS AND MEMBERSHIP MEETING
LEGISLATIVE LUNCHEON
ARTS IN THE HEART OF AUGUSTA FESTIVAL

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Arts Calendar

Arts Calendar

Looking for an arts event to attend? Use the Augusta Arts Calendar to check out what’s going on around town! It’s your one-stop show to schedule your arts-filled weekend, experience art with your family, plan a great night out, and more! Augusta arts organizations and event planners can even submit their own events!
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Public Art in Augusta

Public Art in Augusta

Public Art is an important part of the our community, and we’re working hard to bring even more installations to Augusta! In 2012, the Greater Augusta Arts Council was named as the Public Arts Agency for the City of Augusta and our goal is to establish a high quality public art program in the local area. We recently completed a Master Plan for Public Art in the Augusta River Region, which can be viewed online on our Public Art page.
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Arts Resources

Arts Resources

The Arts Council offers several resources to artists and arts organizations. We maintain a listing of local and regional organizations, venues, grant organizations. We also have a technology lending library available to our members. Lastly, the Greater Augusta Arts Council administers the City Art Grants for the City of Augusta, available to arts nonprofit organizations in Richmond County.
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Arts Weekly Radio

Arts Weekly, our radio show, airs each Saturday morning at 9:30AM on Smooth Jazz 92.3FM. Details for all events mentioned on the show can be found on our Arts Calendar. You can subscribe to the podcast, or listen to a recent episode by clicking here.

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AUGUSTA’S RESOURCE FOR ARTISTS AND ARTS LOVERS!

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On Display with the Arts Council

The Greater Augusta Arts Council programs two unique gallery spaces – the City Gallery of Augusta, located in the Augusta Richmond County Municipal Building at 535 Telfair Street and the Chamber of Commerce offices at 1 10th. St. See the work currently on display and learn more about opportunities in these galleries for local and regional artists at the link below.

Galleries by the Arts Council

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About us

Mission: The mission of the Greater Augusta Arts Council is to enrich the quality of life for citizens and visitors by advancing vibrant cultural arts.

The Greater Augusta Arts Council  exists to support the arts and artists of the Augusta River Region of Georgia. In 2012, the Greater Augusta Arts Council was named the Public Art Agency for the City of Augusta. We also administer the Augusta Richmond County City Arts Grant program, which benefits local arts nonprofits, and we produce the Arts in the Heart of Augusta Festival.

Here on AugustaArts.com, you’ll find calls for artists, Augusta arts scene news, an arts events calendar, artist resources, and more. Contact us if you have any questions on getting involved in the arts community or have ideas for art in Augusta, Georgia.