Augusta, GA – The Greater Augusta Arts Council will hold a Press Conference on Tuesday, March 27, 2018 at 2:00pm to launch the prototype Art Cart, which features a design by local artist Richard Worth. The unveiling will be held at the Willie H. Mays III building, home of the Public Defender’s Office, at 902 Greene St, Augusta, GA 30901.
Our Executive Director Brenda Durant and Project Manager Pax Bobrow are at “Beyond Big Cities” Southern Creative Placemaking Conference in Chattanooga, Tennessee this week. This Conference welcomed arts and cultural leaders, public officials, community leaders, organizational decisionmakers and municipal and economic planners from the Southeast to learn about enhancing their communities and improving the quality of
As of noon on March 13, 2018, 1,000 people have signed the Arts Council’s petition to support the Signal Corps Band at Fort Gordon. The petition, which was started by the Arts Council in January, urges the community to share their thoughts on the Fort Gordon band and the importance of their work in the Augusta community. Read more for the comments shared by supporters of this petition.
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Sign this petition to show your support for the Fort Gordon Army Band! Set for dissolution in 2019, the Greater Augusta Arts Council believes the Army Band is an important element of our arts and cultural community in Augusta and the CSRA. We urge concerned arts supporters to contact their representatives and city leaders to emphasize their support for the Army Band.