As news of Robin Williams’ death circulated through the crowd of more than 50 members of the local arts community gathered at the old Chamber Building in the middle of Broad Street on Monday, August 11, the message never seemed to waver: Augusta artists need to work together if they’re going to turn Augusta into […]
After managing First Friday since 2005, the Greater Augusta Arts Council is transferring management of the monthly event to Artists Row, an organization of downtown art galleries. The change, about a month in the making, will take place September 5. According to Greater Augusta Arts Council Executive Director Brenda Durant, the graduation of Jamie Lowe, […]
This Saturday night, the Greater Augusta Arts Council (GAAC) will be holding its annual Wet Paint Party and Sale, which is a combination membership drive and art party. The event also includes a runway-style vintage fashion and hair show presented by Vintage Ooollee and Modish Salon and Spa. This year, moe than 60 local artists […]
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