Monroe County Arts Alliance Gallery Events 54 N. Jackson Street Forsyth, GA 31029 Hours: Weds – Fri 11-4 994-8668 August 2-28 "Flowers, Faces, and Places X 2" An exhibit of fine art Pastel, Oil, and Watercolor by Shelby Kasulka and Jackie Ivey-Weaver.
Monroe County Arts Alliance Gallery Events 54 N. Jackson Street Forsyth, GA 31029 Hours: Weds – Fri 11-4 994-8668 Sept 2 – Oct 2 “Paint This Town!” A members’ show of artwork based on images and characteristics of Monroe County, many of which will be created using photos submitted by residents. Some of the pieces from this show will move out into community businesses for public viewing during the month of October. Free public reception will be held at the MCAA Gallery Thursday evening, Sept 10, 5:00 - 8:00 PM We will also be open during 'Forsyth Alive! ' featuring the music of Big Mike & the Booty Papas on the Courthouse Square Saturday, Sept 19th, 7:00 - 10:00 PM Call 994-8668 or 992-9427
The Columbus Museum Introductions: Allyson Comstock November 15, 2009 to March 14, 2010 Sidney H. Yarbrough III Gallery Address: 1251 Wynnton Road Columbus, Georgia 31906 Phone: 706.748.2562 This exhibition is the fifth installment in a series of exhibitions entitled Introductions that is devoted to recent work by the best emerging regional artists. Allyson Comstock is an artist, administrator and studio faculty member at Auburn University. Working primarily in handmade paper to create 2-dimensional artworks and in mixed media to create sculptural installations, Comstock explores ideas related to the natural world such as the healing properties of nature and ecological issues. She will be creating new artwork for this exhibition. Website: http://www.columbusmuseum.com
The Columbus Museum The American Scene on Paper: Prints and Drawings from the Schoen Collection July 19 -- September 27, 2009 Third Floor Galleries Address: 1251 Wynnton Road Columbus, Georgia 31906 Phone: 706.748.2562 This exhibition of over 125 works on paper from an important Southern collection reveals a panorama of American experiences of the Depression Era and World War II Website: http://www.columbusmuseum.com
Fine Art Juried Competition Georgia National Fair October 8, 2009 to October 18, 2009 8am to 10pm Georgia National Fairgrounds Street: 401 Larry Walker Parkway Perry Georgia 31069 Exits 134 and 1 35 at I-75 Phone: 1-800-987-3247 • 478-987-3247 Website: http://www.georgianationalfair.com/index.htm
Tybee Island Festival of the Arts Tybee Island, Georgia Across from the Strand in the South Beach Parking Lot October 17, 2009 to October 18, 2009 8am to 6pm Upscale Art and Fine craft show with exceptional artists, live music and entertainment, culinary delights and spirits. Phone: 912.898.9032 or 912.786.4060 Website: http://www.tybeearts.org/festivals-shows.php
Art @ the Rock Rock Eagle 4-H Center 350 Rock Eagle Rd NW Eatonton, Georgia November 21, 2009 9am to 6pm Artist Application First annual Juried Art Show and Marketplace. Rock Eagle 4-H Center in Eatonton will host local and regional artists and musicians as well as a marketplace featuring homegrown and hand made items. Phone: Phone: 706-484-2873 Website: http://www.rockeagle4h.org/ART/
Winterfest 2009 RiverCenter Columbus 900 Broadway Columbus GA 31901-2425 December 4, 2009 to December 6, 2009 Call for Artists Application deadline: September 15, 2009 Artist Application Phone: Phone: 706-484-2873 Website: http://www.rivercenter.org/
The Columbus Museum Diversity in Regional Heritage Series: Slavery and First Responses to Freedom of the Chattahoochee Valley’s African-American Community January 17, 2010 -- July 11, 2010 Galleria Cases Address: 1251 Wynnton Road Columbus, Georgia 31906 Phone: 706.748.2562 Website: http://www.columbusmuseum.com This exhibition series is designed to shed light on the experiences and accomplishments of segments of the Chattahoochee Valley community that have been overlooked or underrepresented in interpretation of local history. This first installment of the series will investigate the experiences of local African Americans during slavery and the accomplishments of the African American community during Reconstruction.
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