Fun Things to Do in Augusta | May 2021
You can find more information about these events and more on the Arts Council’s online calendar! Don’t miss out on incredible events throughout our community.
‘Public Art in Your Pocket’ Exhibit | April – August, 2021
Event Dates: April-August, 2021
Ticket Prices: Free Admission
This exhibit curated by the Greater Augusta Arts Council will be on display daily from April 1, 2021 to August 2, 2021 (closed Sundays). The “Public Art in Your Pocket” theme encompasses small pieces that are inspired by public art in and around Augusta’s River Region.
Aiken Center for the Arts Meet the Author: Sasscer Hill, “Travels of Quinn”
Event Dates: May 11 & May 18, 2021
Venue: Virtual via Zoom
More info on the Arts Calendar
Now you can get “up close and personal” with writers, authors and storytellers – with your phone, iPad or computer. In a Zoom format, you’ll have 2 hours with the author. Registration includes a copy of the book and two group Zoom sessions with the author.
Book Synopsis via Amazon:
Born an Irish American Traveller, Quinn’s father and stepfamily raise her to be a con artist. Can she escape a binding marriage contract and a life of crime?
Jailed for theft, Quinn pays restitution working on a horse farm. Unfamiliar with horses, her love for them surprises her. They make her hope for a better world.
The Augusta Symphony Presents “Passion” Concert With Guillermo Figueroa | May 20, 7:30PM
Event Dates: May 20, 2021
Venue: Miller Theater
This season, the Symphony embarks on an exciting artist project: premiere recordings of four works by American composer Miguel del Aguila that are full of Latin rhythms, beautiful melodies, and raw power.
You can find more information on the Arts Calendar.
The Witnesses, a live play by ENOPION Theater| May 3-22