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Below are lists of Georgia arts and crafts festivals, fairs and events. Please call contact numbers for times, tickets, fees and other info. Stay & Play in GA!
July
Lila Moore Keen: Lady of the Camellias Exhibit - 7/1/15
Explore the world of Lila Moore Keen at the Dublin Carnegie in Downtown Dublin. This exhibit showcases exclusive works from the Dublin-Laurens Historical Society's collection, including lesser known pieces like portraits and landscapes.Lila Moore Keen loved the flowers of her native Georgia. With an unequaled talent for painting flowers, Mrs. Keen became nationally renowned for her paintings of camellias, magnolias, and other flowers of the South. Hours open are Mon-Fri at 9am-5pm and Sat at 10am-3pm. Handicapped Accessible event. Free admission and parking. Phone: 478-272-2560 - Address: Dublin Carnegie, 311 Academy Ave, Dublin, GA
Color Squared - 7/1 - 7/3/15 at 10am-6pm
This is an exciting overview of quilts which have been produced by a regional quilting guild, Staying in Stitches. The membership is not limited geographically, but a majority of the members live in Bulloch County. However, there are several members from Savannah and also from North Carolina, Massachusetts, Florida, and England. Using both traditional and newly designed patterns, the quilts in the exhibition took many hours of focused labor to produce. Handicapped Accessible (Limited) event. Free admission and parking. Phone: 912-212-2787 - Address: Averitt Center for the Arts, 33 East Main St, Statesboro, GA 30458
Annual Community Quilt & Fiber Arts Exhibit - 7/1-7/5, 7/7-7/12, 7/14-7/19 & 7/21-7/25/15
Celebrate our heritage with the age-old artistic craft of quilting and the variety of the fiber arts. The Art Center's Richard Low Evans Gallery will be adorned in colorful fabric, woven with care, skill and handmade flare. Don't miss one of the most unforgettable exhibits of the year with traditional and non-traditional quilts, arts quilts, and an array of the fiber arts. Hours are 10am-6pm. Free admission and parking. Phone: 706-632-2144 - Address: The Art Center (Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association), 420 West Main St., Blue Ridge, GA 30513
Exhibition Opening: Steffen Thomas Rediscovered - 7/1 - 7/19/15
Prolific and multifaceted, artist Steffen Thomas (1906–1990) was born in Fürth, Germany, but lived most of his adult life in Georgia. Though he's particularly noted for monumental public art, he was the master of many media, including painting (oils, watercolor, and encaustic), sculpture, mosaic, and printmaking. Much of his work exhibits the influence of expressionism, which originated in Germany early in the twentieth century. Call for days and hours. Free admission and parking. Phone: 706-724-7501 - Address: The Morris Museum of Art, 1 Tenth St, Augusta, GA 30901
Arts in the Alley
Troublemakers & Trailblazers - 7/1-7/31/15 everyday except on Mondays
This exhibition presents the more colorful characters of the Chattahoochee Valley, people who were criticized or ostracized for being outside the mainstream or going against dominant power structures. Race, class, gender, and sexuality are the topics of discussion, as well as what it means to "do the right thing." An overarching theme is how we perceive "trouble" and how these troublemakers are sometimes, but not always, seen differently through the long lens of history. Featured individuals include author Carson McCullers, musician Ma Rainey, anti-corruption lawyer Albert Patterson, civil rights activist Dr. Thomas Brewer, suffragette H. Augusta Howard, and journalists Julian and Julia Harris. Millworkers on strike, the Nancy Harts all-women militia in LaGrange, groundbreaking female architects, and local Unionists during the Civil War are also highlighted. Handicapped Accessible eveng. Hours are 1-5pm Sunday, 10am-5pm Tues-Wed, 10am-8pm Thurs and 10am-5pm Fri-Sat. Closed on Monday. Free admission & parking. Phone: 706-748-2562 - Address: The Columbus Museum, 1251 Wynnton Rd, Columbus, GA
Patriotic Craft - 7/2/15 at 10am
Show your red, white and blue pride by making a unique patriotic craft to take home. $5 parking fee. Phone: 706-541-0321 - Address: Mistletoe State Park, 3725 Mistletoe Rd, Appling GA
Sunshine Festival Arts & Crafts - 7/3 - 7/5/15 at 10am-5pm
Enjoy a weekend of arts & crafts in Postell Park on St. Simons Island. Explore a variety of vendors from hand-painted whimsical figures and garden art to outdoor custom wood furniture and everything in between - jewelry, pottery, photography, vintage clothing, children's books, birdhouses, prepared dips, snacks and spices. Over 80 fine artists and craftsmen fill Postell Park. Free admission and parking. Phone: 912-262-0628 - Location: Postell Park Pier Village, Mallory St, St. Simons Island, GA 31522
Paintings by William Willis - 7/3, 7/10, 7/17, 7/24 & 7/31/15 at 10am-4pm
The William S. Morris Eminent Scholar in the Visual Arts at Georgia Regents University since 2010, he is retiring to his home and studio on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. He is well known for abstract paintings and works on paper that are inspired by the natural world and influenced by Eastern philosophy and religion. Free admission and parking. Phone: 706-828-3867 - Address: The Morris Museum of Art, 1 Tenth St, Augusta, GA 30901
Summer Camp: Mixed Media Madness for Ages 5 through 7 - 7/6 - 7/10/15 at 9am-4pm
Get creative and learn about mixed media works and unleash your imagination as you construct your own works of art. Mixed media refers to art made with more than one traditional art medium. In this class, students will experiment with various visual mediums and learn that artists can mix many materials to create beautiful works of art. At the end of the week, campers will have a special exhibition of their work. Handicapped Accessible event. Cost is $120 to $140 per child. Phone: 706-748-2562 - Address: The Columbus Museum, 1251 Wynnton Rd, Columbus, GA 31906
Georgia Art Show
Summer Youth Art Camp - 7/7 - 7/10 & 7/14 - 7/17/15 at 10am-4pm
Sign your kids up for a creative summer during our Summer Youth Art Program. Choose from several classes offered over a four-week span and let your child's imagination soar. Class fee is $25-$35. Free parking. Visit www.blueridgearts.net for more information and class schedules.
Phone: 706-632-2144 - Address: The Art Center (Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association), 420 West Main St., Blue Ridge, GA 30513
Jr. Rangers -- Christmas In July - 7/14/15 at 9am-1pm
We are going to have some Christmas fun in the month of July. Join us for Christmas games in the middle of summer. We will ring the deer antlers, toss water balls through the sled tube, pin the sunglasses of the snowman, decorate a tree for the birds, play water games and create a Christmas in July ornament. $20 Pre- registration required. $5 parking fee. Phone: 706-541-0321 - Address: Mistletoe State Park, 3725 Mistletoe Rd, Appling, GA 30802
LaGrange Art Museum Super Saturday - 7/18/15 at 1-4pm
Families, neighbors, and friends can tour the current exhibit and explore an art activity. Spend the afternoon or just drop in and experience the arts. Handicapped Accessible (Limited) event. Free admission and parking. Phone: 706-882-3267 - Address: LaGrange Art Museum, 112 Lafayette Pkwy, LaGrange, GA 30240
August
Troublemakers & Trailblazers - 8/1-8/31/15 everyday except on Mondays
This exhibition presents the more colorful characters of the Chattahoochee Valley, people who were criticized or ostracized for being outside the mainstream or going against dominant power structures. Race, class, gender, and sexuality are the topics of discussion, as well as what it means to "do the right thing." An overarching theme is how we perceive "trouble" and how these troublemakers are sometimes, but not always, seen differently through the long lens of history. Featured individuals include author Carson McCullers, musician Ma Rainey, anti-corruption lawyer Albert Patterson, civil rights activist Dr. Thomas Brewer, suffragette H. Augusta Howard, and journalists Julian and Julia Harris. Millworkers on strike, the Nancy Harts all-women militia in LaGrange, groundbreaking female architects, and local Unionists during the Civil War are also highlighted. Handicapped Accessible eveng. Hours are 1-5pm Sunday, 10am-5pm Tues-Wed, 10am-8pm Thurs and 10am-5pm Fri-Sat. Closed on Monday. Free admission & parking. Phone: 706-748-2562 - Address: The Columbus Museum, 1251 Wynnton Rd, Columbus, GA
Paintings by William Willis - 8/7/15 at 10am-4pm
The William S. Morris Eminent Scholar in the Visual Arts at Georgia Regents University since 2010, he is retiring to his home and studio on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. He is well known for abstract paintings and works on paper that are inspired by the natural world and influenced by Eastern philosophy and religion. Free admission and parking. Phone: 706-828-3867 - Address: The Morris Museum of Art, 1 Tenth St, Augusta, GA 30901
LaGrange Art Museum Super Saturday - 8/15/15 at 1-4pm
Families, neighbors, and friends can tour the current exhibit and explore an art activity. Spend the afternoon or just drop in and experience the arts. Handicapped Accessible (Limited) event. Free admission and parking. Phone: 706-882-3267 - Address: LaGrange Art Museum, 112 Lafayette Pkwy, LaGrange, GA 30240
September
Troublemakers & Trailblazers - 9/1-9/30/15 everyday except on Mondays
This exhibition presents the more colorful characters of the Chattahoochee Valley, people who were criticized or ostracized for being outside the mainstream or going against dominant power structures. Race, class, gender, and sexuality are the topics of discussion, as well as what it means to "do the right thing." An overarching theme is how we perceive "trouble" and how these troublemakers are sometimes, but not always, seen differently through the long lens of history. Featured individuals include author Carson McCullers, musician Ma Rainey, anti-corruption lawyer Albert Patterson, civil rights activist Dr. Thomas Brewer, suffragette H. Augusta Howard, and journalists Julian and Julia Harris. Millworkers on strike, the Nancy Harts all-women militia in LaGrange, groundbreaking female architects, and local Unionists during the Civil War are also highlighted. Handicapped Accessible eveng. Hours are 1-5pm Sunday, 10am-5pm Tues-Wed, 10am-8pm Thurs and 10am-5pm Fri-Sat. Closed on Monday. Free admission & parking. Phone: 706-748-2562 - Address: The Columbus Museum, 1251 Wynnton Rd, Columbus, GA
October
Troublemakers & Trailblazers - 10/1-10/31/15 everyday except on Mondays
This exhibition presents the more colorful characters of the Chattahoochee Valley, people who were criticized or ostracized for being outside the mainstream or going against dominant power structures. Race, class, gender, and sexuality are the topics of discussion, as well as what it means to "do the right thing." An overarching theme is how we perceive "trouble" and how these troublemakers are sometimes, but not always, seen differently through the long lens of history. Featured individuals include author Carson McCullers, musician Ma Rainey, anti-corruption lawyer Albert Patterson, civil rights activist Dr. Thomas Brewer, suffragette H. Augusta Howard, and journalists Julian and Julia Harris. Millworkers on strike, the Nancy Harts all-women militia in LaGrange, groundbreaking female architects, and local Unionists during the Civil War are also highlighted. Handicapped Accessible eveng. Hours are 1-5pm Sunday, 10am-5pm Tues-Wed, 10am-8pm Thurs and 10am-5pm Fri-Sat. Closed on Monday. Free admission & parking. Phone: 706-748-2562 - Address: The Columbus Museum, 1251 Wynnton Rd, Columbus, GA
November
Troublemakers & Trailblazers - 11/1-11/30/15 everyday except on Mondays
This exhibition presents the more colorful characters of the Chattahoochee Valley, people who were criticized or ostracized for being outside the mainstream or going against dominant power structures. Race, class, gender, and sexuality are the topics of discussion, as well as what it means to "do the right thing." An overarching theme is how we perceive "trouble" and how these troublemakers are sometimes, but not always, seen differently through the long lens of history. Featured individuals include author Carson McCullers, musician Ma Rainey, anti-corruption lawyer Albert Patterson, civil rights activist Dr. Thomas Brewer, suffragette H. Augusta Howard, and journalists Julian and Julia Harris. Millworkers on strike, the Nancy Harts all-women militia in LaGrange, groundbreaking female architects, and local Unionists during the Civil War are also highlighted. Handicapped Accessible eveng. Hours are 1-5pm Sunday, 10am-5pm Tues-Wed, 10am-8pm Thurs and 10am-5pm Fri-Sat. Closed on Monday. Free admission & parking. Phone: 706-748-2562 - Address: The Columbus Museum, 1251 Wynnton Rd, Columbus, GA
December
Troublemakers & Trailblazers - 12/1-12/31/15 everyday except on Mondays
This exhibition presents the more colorful characters of the Chattahoochee Valley, people who were criticized or ostracized for being outside the mainstream or going against dominant power structures. Race, class, gender, and sexuality are the topics of discussion, as well as what it means to "do the right thing." An overarching theme is how we perceive "trouble" and how these troublemakers are sometimes, but not always, seen differently through the long lens of history. Featured individuals include author Carson McCullers, musician Ma Rainey, anti-corruption lawyer Albert Patterson, civil rights activist Dr. Thomas Brewer, suffragette H. Augusta Howard, and journalists Julian and Julia Harris. Millworkers on strike, the Nancy Harts all-women militia in LaGrange, groundbreaking female architects, and local Unionists during the Civil War are also highlighted. Handicapped Accessible eveng. Hours are 1-5pm Sunday, 10am-5pm Tues-Wed, 10am-8pm Thurs and 10am-5pm Fri-Sat. Closed on Monday. Free admission & parking. Phone: 706-748-2562 - Address: The Columbus Museum, 1251 Wynnton Rd, Columbus, GA
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