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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!
August
Chinese Master Artist I-Hsiung Ju - 8/4- 8/31/15 Open every day except on Mondays
I-Hsiung Ju was born in 1923 in Jiangyin, Jiangsu, China. He is considered one of a few artists able to blend two worlds of style, technique, and idiom to produce a unique form of painting that is both modern and traditionally Oriental. Ju is famous for saying "a Chinese artist is not only a painter, but also a poet and a philosopher." He is an author of several painting textbooks and numerous papers on Chinese art. During his life, he did what he loved, creating and teaching painting. A poet and philosopher, his paintings are lessons in living a fulfilled life and appreciation of the majesty of nature. Ju is revered in Taiwan and the Philippines, and his works hang in their national museums. Open Sunday at 12noon-5pm and Tuesday through Saturday at 10am-5pm. Phone: 404-881-0900 - Address: Millennium Gate Museum, 395 17th St NW, Atlanta GA 30363
Troublemakers & Trailblazers - 8/4 - 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
Artful Conversation: Ralph Chessé - 8/5/15 at 2-3pm
Join Carissa DiCindio, curator of education, for an in-depth conversation about selected works in the exhibition "Ralph Chessé." Handicapped Accessible event. Free admission and parking. Phone: 706-542-4662 - Address: Georgia Museum of Art, 90 Carlton St, Athens, GA 30602
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
Arts in the Alley
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
Chinese Master Artist I-Hsiung Ju - 9/1 - 9/30/15 Open every day except on Mondays
I-Hsiung Ju was born in 1923 in Jiangyin, Jiangsu, China. He is considered one of a few artists able to blend two worlds of style, technique, and idiom to produce a unique form of painting that is both modern and traditionally Oriental. Ju is famous for saying "a Chinese artist is not only a painter, but also a poet and a philosopher." He is an author of several painting textbooks and numerous papers on Chinese art. During his life, he did what he loved, creating and teaching painting. A poet and philosopher, his paintings are lessons in living a fulfilled life and appreciation of the majesty of nature. Ju is revered in Taiwan and the Philippines, and his works hang in their national museums. Open Sunday at 12noon-5pm and Tuesday through Saturday at 10am-5pm. Phone: 404-881-0900 - Address: Millennium Gate Museum, 395 17th St NW, Atlanta GA 30363
October
Chinese Master Artist I-Hsiung Ju - 10/1 - 10/18/15 Open every day except on Mondays
I-Hsiung Ju was born in 1923 in Jiangyin, Jiangsu, China. He is considered one of a few artists able to blend two worlds of style, technique, and idiom to produce a unique form of painting that is both modern and traditionally Oriental. Ju is famous for saying "a Chinese artist is not only a painter, but also a poet and a philosopher." He is an author of several painting textbooks and numerous papers on Chinese art. During his life, he did what he loved, creating and teaching painting. A poet and philosopher, his paintings are lessons in living a fulfilled life and appreciation of the majesty of nature. Ju is revered in Taiwan and the Philippines, and his works hang in their national museums. Open Sunday at 12noon-5pm and Tuesday through Saturday at 10am-5pm. Phone: 404-881-0900 - Address: Millennium Gate Museum, 395 17th St NW, Atlanta GA 30363
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
Georgia Art Show
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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