Residents of the historic neighborhood of Summerville and drivers on Walton Way may notice an artist beautifying the new traffic signal control cabinet on “Gould’s Corner” this week. This artist is local painter Cyndy Epps, whose work can also be seen in the “Art on the Wall” project on the Augusta Waterworks facility completed in 2012. She was selected from a talented pool of artists who responded to a call for artists released by the Greater Augusta Arts Council in the Fall of 2017 for this newly installed traffic box.
Arts Weekly Radio Show and Podcast with Special Guest Baruti Tucker with Humanitree House. “I love to start the New Year with one of my favorite people Baruti. We talked about Art, the creative process, hands, cold pressed juice, tea and all the crazy/wonderful events at Humanitree. Recently Rhian Swain and I attended the first
Via wnba-book.org – ” Submisions are open for the Women’s National Book Association Writing Contest! Closing date is March 1st, 2018. The contest accepts entries from these four categories: FICTION: 3,000 words maximum. No theme required. NON-FICTION: Includes memoir, personal essay and commentary. 2,500 words maximum. POETRY: 3-5 pages maximum YA Fiction: 3,000 words maximum. No theme required,
via midtownatl.com – “Midtown Alliance, in collaboration with MARTA, is seeking qualifications from artists for the commissioning of a site-specific mural at Midtown MARTA Station on the south plaza. Midtown Station is one of the district’s most visible stations, and a key connection point for Midtown residents, workers, students and visitors. While the station has
Augusta Public Art Updates – Porter Fleming grants for artists, open positions on Public Art Advisory Panel, Harrisburg meetings on public art – and more in this Arts Newsletter!