When bright yellow Masters Tournament flags start to brighten our storm-damaged neighborhoods, it's a sure sign visitors from around the world are on the way, and we will be ready to show them our city's cultural best.
See paintings by Amy Dobbs and Betsy Wilson-Mahoney in Aiken and a collection of drive-in movie theater photographs and wood-turned bowls in Augusta.
The Morris Museum of Art is putting the spotlight on fine art prints with two exhibits, a variety of related events, and the always-popular print fair.
When the Morris Museum of Art presents its 21st gala on Friday, March 7, patrons will have the first look at a grand selection of Bo Bartlett's paintings, along with an exhibit of works by his wife, Betsy Eby.
We are all working on recovery, and as we do, the artists and musicians, writers and performers are here to draw us away from our focus on the hole in the ceiling or perhaps even help us understand it. We have some really good cultural options to enjoy this week.
Photographer Keliy Anderson-Staley will be at the Morris Museum of Art this weekend to present a not-so-familiar photographic process that has drawn considerable interest around the country.
January is apparently a good time for group shows in Augusta's art world.
Released from Stone: Animal Sculptures by Jeff Birchill will be the next special exhibit in the west lobby gallery at the Morris Museum of Art.
Aiken Center for the Arts will host a gallery reception honoring several exhibiting artists Thursday, Nov. 14, including Georgia artists Amanda Carder Lovett and Anita Elder and Aiken photographer D.S. Owens.
Augusta area art patrons will encounter a logistical challenge on Thursday, Nov. 7, with several events crowding the calendar.