Resources For Artists

Welcome to the resource center for River Region artists! This page includes calls for artists, creative job postings, gallery opportunities, information about the Technology Lending Library that is free for Arts Council members and more!

Visit this page to see a complete list of our current public art projects! This includes projects on the Sculpture Trail, various murals around town, all of our virtual public art tours and more. 

Looking to jumpstart your art career or take your current career to the next level? We send out a monthly newsletter full of calls for artists, community news, career opportunities and grant information from local, regional and national sources.

Find all types of creative job postings including calls for artists for specific projects, traditional job postings and information on festival calls on the local, regional and national level. 

The Greater Augusta Arts Council programs two gallery spaces in downtown Augusta. Visit this page to see the current shows and get information about calls for upcoming shows!

The Arts Council programs a full year of events that are meant to connect artists with the wider Augusta community including Arts in the Heart of Augusta and the Wet Paint Party & Art Sale.

Community News is where you can find all the latest info from local arts nonprofits who have a message to share in addition to local arts-centric news pieces sent to us for promotion.

The Arts Resource Index is another great tool we’ve compiled over the years full of links to resources for artists locally, regionally and nationally. 

Ready to make your mark on the River Region? Start here. We’ve got all the info you need to get your piece of public art from ideation to completion including resources and contacts.

Looking for information on grants that the Arts Council manages and helps distribute? Click on the image above! 

The Greater Augusta Arts Council has created a Technology Library Program which is available for FREE to members (organizations and individuals) of the Greater Augusta Arts Council.