Author: Pax Bobrow

Applications for this year's City Arts Grants become available May 1, 2020.  Please read more at https://www.augustaarts.com/city-grants/. Each year the City of Augusta allocates funding to the Greater Augusta Arts Council to regrant to nonprofit, arts-based organizations. By doing so, Augusta’s city...

Our City, State, Regional, and National Leadership have posted many excellent resources for the arts in this time of COVID-19 crisis.  We will re-post information on this page, and in our weekly e-Newsletter.  If you don't currently receive our newsletter,...

James Brown Mural The online, public voting for the James Brown mural that will be painted on the side of the building located at 879 Broad Street ended on Friday, March 13 at midnight.  The winning design is “The Spirit of...

From the South Arts newsletter and website: Emerging Leaders of Color Professional development promoting representative leadership in the arts Between 11 and 13 participants will be selected for this partnership program between South Arts and our colleagues at WESTAF. This is a Southern...

From the South Arts newsletter and website: "An invitation isn't always enough Grants to help individual artists take advantage of career-changing opportunities Invited to share your work in a major event or participate in a career-advancing opportunity? Even with stipends or payment, overall...

From the Georgia Council for the Arts newsletter: "As a division of the Georgia Department of Economic Development, GCA has internship opportunities available. College or university students interested in an internship at GCA should review application details here. Resumes and cover letters...

From the Arts Writers website: "The Arts Writers grant supports both emerging and established writers who are writing about contemporary visual art. Ranging from $15,000 to $50,000 in four categories—articles, blogs, books and short-form writing—these grants support pro­jects addressing both general...

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