Come view a showcase of artwork from Carrollton’s guild that would usually be displayed a town away, while our local Guild displays their work at the Carrollton Cultural Art Center. It’s an Art Swap between guilds! Join us for the reception that will be hosted by Douglas County’s own Rotary Club on the evening of July 16th, 5-7 pm.
Come view a showcase of artwork from Carrollton’s guild that would usually be displayed a town away, while our local Guild displays their work at the Carrollton Cultural Art Center. It’s an Art Swap between guilds! Join us for the reception that will be hosted by Douglasville’s own Rotary Club on the evening of July 16th, 5-7 pm.
Sweetwater Camera Club hosts a mini reception on August 6, 5-7 pm with their Summer Popsicle theme! Come choose a painting for your own collection or a gift for someone while supporting your local Cultural Arts Center. Come view and choose an artwork for $20 each and support your local Arts Council.
Farmers Market Mural Contest!
The Church St Farmers Market Board and Live Healthy Douglas in cooperation with Cultural Arts Council Douglasville / Douglas County is excited to announce its new art initiative — a mural contest to provide local artists with an opportunity to enhance downtown Douglasville with an eye-catching, inspiring art display. Contact info@KeepDouglasvilleBeautiful.org for more information and RFP.
Youth Art Month is nationally celebrated, and every year the Cultural Arts Council of Douglasville/ Douglas County joins in the celebration by inviting our local schools to participate in making artwork to exhibit. The subject matter and art forms are open to artistic liberty as youth kindergarten-12th grade bring to our walls their most inspired pieces from the year and their explorations.
This year, no opening reception will take place. Instead, the CAC will offer private tours, will prepare a virtual experience for the families and artists, and will provide goodie bags to visitors of the youth exhibit.
Susan Knight Smith, Sally Storey Jones, Coe Steinwart, Laura Smith…four great artists come together to celebrate the “Early Days” in the memorable line-up of work displayed May 10-June 24. The exhibit will reflect the agelessness of a world around us, as artists explore times past and quaint moments that help us to take a step back, worthy of pause.
Come pause with us at the gallery to view the timeless exhibit and celebrate the opening reception on Thursday, May 13, 5-7 pm. The evening will be hosted by Douglasville’s own “Farmer’s Table” who will serve up an old fashioned favorite – ice cream and cobbler.