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.
The 2018 Wet Paint Party and Sale Catalog is here! Take a look at the artwork being featured in this year’s Art Sale in the booklet below. Use it to plan your bids as you prepare for this year’s event, which will feature 70 local artists! Join us Saturday, February 24, 7-10:30pm at the Sacred Heart Cultural Center and enjoy a fantastic night supporting the arts with the Greater Augusta Arts Council.
The 2018 Wet Paint Party & Sale, being held February 24 7-10:30pm at the Sacred Heart Cultural Center, will feature work from nearly 70 local artists in the auction, and the Greater Augusta Arts Council is proud to announce the participants! Artists whose work will be featured in this year’s sale are listed at the link below.
The Annual Downtown Fat Saturday Pub Crawl is planned for this weekend on Saturday, February 10. Proceeds benefit the Greater Augusta Arts Council and support arts programming in the CSRA. Prizes provided by Beer Me Augusta, first 500 participants get a free T-shirt!
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.