Author: Heather

The Southern Printmaking Biennale was established by Michael Marling de Cuellar in 2002 with the fundamental mission of providing the University of North Georgia students with dynamic educational stimuli and providing professional exhibition opportunities for serious artists working in the...

Seeds is Westobou's annual juried exhibition of small works priced at $300 or less. Each year, a new juror selects 10-12 artists to show their work at Westobou Gallery during the holidays from November through December. Application open up in...

Calling ALL musicians, dancers, filmmakers, artists, performers and creatives! Individuals, groups and organizations are invited to submit proposals for artistic projects. Those chosen will be commissioned to implement the project throughout the year. Selected projects will be promoted and documented by...

CAMP, The Word with Heather René Dunaway Heather Dunaway teaching Watercolor at Jessye Norman's Summer Camp 2021 Summer camp was a rare occurrence for me as a kid. I mostly spent summers in my backyard or at my Grandma's swimming pool doing...

Across the Universe and My DeskWith Brenda Durant Portrait Courtesy of Karen Brown Augusta, Georgia can often have a small town feel. That ‘small world’ feel and the Universe can work serendipitously together in amazing ways. About six weeks ago, I received...

Hi, I'm Olivia Wahl, the New Calendar Coordinator Intern Hi, I am Olivia Wahl the new Calendar Coordinator Intern for the Greater Augusta Arts Council! I am a rising senior at Georgia College, and I am perusing a degree in art....

Gogh-ing Beyond, with Pax Bobrow I have had the seriously fun pleasure of enjoying the Beyond Van Gogh exhibit that is up at the James Brown Arena not once but twice!  While I enjoyed it the first time, it was in...

Meet Local Artist: Lea Rigdon Lea Rigdon, local to Augusta, GA, is a self-taught artist working predominately with watercolors. Some of her first memories are of her own mother creating art. Lea began creating at a young age. At the time,...

ESCAPES in the City Gallery Deborah Brawner and artist Michael Meissner on May 6th at the reception of ESCAPES in the City Gallery Michael Meissner has been painting for as long as he can remember. In fact, some of his oldest memories...

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