In order to increase the cultural significance of the City of Augusta, City funds are allocated to the Greater Augusta Arts Council to distribute to the nonprofit arts community via the Arts Granting program. By doing so, Augusta?s leaders, acting in the best interest of the community, recognize the importance of the arts and the
The 36th Annual Arts in the Heart of Augusta Festival, presented by American Family Insurance, announces advanced badge sales for festival admission. Badges are available online now athttp://www.artsintheheartofaugusta.com and will be available at Suntrust Bank locations starting August 8. Badges are good for the entire weekend of the festival and cost $5 in advance, $10
Each year, outstanding members of Augusta?s Arts Community are recognized for all of the ways they help advance the arts in the CSRA. The Greater Augusta Arts Council proudly announces this year?s winners: President?s Award: Steve Walpert, Director of Fort Gordon Dinner Theatre and Entertainment Program Artist Award: Henry Wynn, local musician and artist Arts
In 2016, the Greater Augusta Arts Council partnered with Americans for the Arts to study the economic impact that the arts and culture industry are having on Augusta. Surveys will take place at arts events around the city through the year.
Cherry Tree Crossing was a housing development in urban Augusta, Georgia. With its demolition set in 2014, the Greater Augusta Arts Council and GPB Radio collaborated to record and preserve the stories of those who called Cherry Tree Crossing “home.”