The Greater Augusta Arts Council was created to serve as a megaphone for the arts, culture and talent in Augusta, Georgia. We strive to promote art from local organizations and individuals throughout every area of the River Region. We do this by sending news to the community of upcoming projects and performances. This information is available in our Community News section, our social media platforms and distributed regularly to our media contacts.
The Arts Council also strives to facilitate new public art in our community as often as possible through our role as the City of Augusta’s public art agency. This includes securing funding for, and project managing, new public art. It also encompasses our work to help local artists turn their public art ideas into a reality.
Click on any of the image links below to be taken to pages that showcase the arts in Augusta!
Looking for a musician for an event? A photographer to capture a special moment? Or a visual artist to paint a commissioned piece of work? We have a GREAT new resource for you! Find artist members of the Greater Augusta Arts Council of all disciplines and backgrounds, from emerging to established. Check back periodically, as artists are added on a regular basis.
The Augusta Arts Calendar is the best place to find all of the arts events going on around town. It includes a wide range of events – concerts, dance productions, gallery exhibit openings, open mic nights, and more.
The Greater Augusta Arts Council programs two gallery spaces in downtown Augusta; the City Gallery and the Augusta & Co Gallery. Visit this page to see the current shows and to get information about calls for upcoming shows and exhibits.
As the public art agency for the City of Augusta, the Arts Council works to promote local art in public spaces through the River Region. Visit this page for a list of current public art projects that are on display today!
Celebrate creativity and culture at Arts in the Heart of Augusta Festival! Shop for new handmade arts and fine crafts, sample delicious international food and see showcase performances by talent from all over the Southeast. A Mini-Arts in the Heart called ArtsCity Festival will be held Sept. 17-19, 2021.
There are many organizations throughout Augusta and the surrounding River Region that offer art classes. These classes range from paint and pottery class for children to master-level classes taught to professional artists.
Community News is where you can find all the latest info from local arts nonprofits who have a message to share in addition to local arts-centric news pieces sent to us for promotion.