via augustahandmadefair.com – “The Augusta Handmade Fair was created to be a platform for vendors of hand-made goods to showcase and sell their creative, crafted items. We hold the fair twice each year, once in early May and once in early November. The event is held at the Doris Building and in the J.B. White’s Building in
Help the Arts Council put on the biggest art auction of the year and attend one of Augusta’s favorite art parties by volunteering at this year’s Wet Paint!
Via Artshuntsville.org – “Arts Huntsville is pleased to announce a Request for Qualifications for the CityCentre Public Art Project, a collaboration between the developer, RCP Companies, The Community Foundation of Greater Huntsville, Redstone Federal Credit Union, the City of Huntsville and Arts Huntsville. The partners are seeking Statements of Qualifications from artists interested in creating artwork
Via the Women and Gender Studies Department: “The Women and Gender Studies department at Augusta University invites artists in the community to submit proposals for artistic, poetic and other creative work to organize readings or workshops to the 6th Biennial Women’s and Gender Studies Symposium. This symposium offers a unique collaborative environment for scholars, artists, practitioners, community organizers, professors, graduate and undergraduate students and activists to reflect on a wide
The Porter Fleming Foundation is once again accepting applications for their annual grant program. Individual artists and organizations residing in the CSRA are eligible to apply for funds. Counties included are Aiken (SC), Burke (GA), Columbia (GA), Edgefield (SC), and Richmond (GA). The deadline for applications is February 1. Click here for more information GRANT