The Sunday edition of the Augusta Chronicle featured public art in Augusta in their article, “City seeks to improve culture… by augmenting public art.” Reporter Damon Cline covers the newly finished Public Art Master Plan for the Augusta River Region, as well as the importance of public art in economic development.
The Arts Council is partnering with Augusta University’s Masters of Public Administration program to survey Augusta neighborhoods for their feedback on future public art projects.
The Greater Augusta Arts Council announced today that nominations are now open for the 2017 Arts Awards. Community members are encouraged to submit names of individuals, corporations, and sponsors who have supported the arts and made a difference in the Augusta River Region through their work.
The Greater Augusta Arts Council is encouraging the local community to advocate for the arts. To offer resources to these local arts advocates, the Arts Council has pulled together a list of resources that the public can utilize to make their voices heard.
As proclaimed by Governor Nathan Deal, this week, March 13- 18, is Georgia Small Business Week! The Greater Augusta Arts Council is celebrating by featuring the arts businesses of Augusta.