At the November 15 Commission meeting, commissioners approved the Greater Augusta Arts Council?s Policy on Public Art as well as a Memorandum of Understanding for Professional Services related to Public Art with the Greater Augusta Arts Council.
The Greater Augusta Arts Council is proud to announce their participation in this year?s Georgia Gives Day on Thursday, November 17, 2016. Georgia Gives Day is an annual day of charitable giving that empowers non-profits to fundraise in a concentrated 24-hour period, and to gain new donors, volunteers and awareness of their organization.
The Greater Augusta Arts Council recently hosted their annual Legislative Luncheon on November 10, 2016 at the Sacred Heart Cultural Center. Over 100 community members were in attendance to hear speakers on the topic of public art in Augusta.
The Greater Augusta Arts Council has released a new brand identity, designed by Hansen Associates of Evans, GA. Proposed to the Board of Directors and RedWolf, the Council?s marketing firm, at the annual Board Retreat, the design was approved unanimously. The new brand identity fulfills a portion of the Greater Augusta Arts Council?s 3-year strategic
Augusta, GA ? ANNUAL LEGISLATIVE LUNCHEON SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED Each November, the Greater Augusta Arts Council hosts a Legislative Luncheon to share the importance of arts in Augusta, as well as a chance for attendees to acknowledge Augusta?s local and state legislators. Discussions are held on economic development through art, upcoming plans for the future, and