Celebrating Artists of Color is the CAC’s annual Black History Month exhibit in collaboration with our satellite, DC Connections, highlighting artwork that explores black identity, uplifts the community or discusses social justice issues. Featuring artists Fabian Williams, Brandon Moultrie, Charlotte Riley-Webb, Lucious Webb, and Dante Yarbrough. This exhibit runs January 16th through February 21st. Opening reception, hosted by DC Connections, is on Saturday, January 27th from 7 – 9 PM.
The Cultural Arts Council Douglasville/Douglas County presents the annual winter art competition featuring work from Douglas County students from grades kindergarten through twelfth. The show is called A Masters Winter: A Child’s View. Students studied masterpieces throughout art history and were encouraged to parody the artwork by putting a winter seasonal spin on each piece. NOVAS 2017 winner, Crystal Berry, judged the competition. Prizes for the winners were sponsored by The Red Cockerill Gallery in Austell. The opening reception for Read More
The Cultural Arts Council Douglasville/Douglas County presents an unusual photography exhibit showcasing three southeastern artists who use their images to depict a world beyond what the camera lens shoots. The show is called “Altered Realities”. Using unique printing or processing techniques, editing, overlays, and assemblage, photographers David Diodate, Emma Elaine and Lola Scott explore interpret the past and perceptions inside the mind. This intimate exhibit showcases over 40 original photographs, a video installation and limited-edition miniature prints. The three Read More
The Cultural Arts Council Douglasville/Douglas County will exhibit the annual National Open Visual Arts Show or “NOVAS” in September. The exhibit kicks off with an opening reception sponsored by Forrester’s Creative Studio & Makerspace and hosted by the Douglas County Art Guild on Thursday, September 7th from 6 until 8 p.m., at the Cultural Arts Center and it will be on view through October 7th. The opening reception and gallery admission is free to the public. The show is open Read More
The Cultural Arts Council Douglasville/Douglas County will open two concurrent exhibits on August 3rd at a reception that starts at 6pm. This is one event where the adage “you snooze, you lose” is real! “These exhibits are mirror images – ‘What’s on YOUR Walls?’ has brought us art from the homes and offices of local collectors to see what inspires them and to learn the stories behind each work,” said Davina Grace Hill, Executive Director of CAC. This show was Read More
Featuring Fiona Dennis, Ernie Hendrix, and Marilyn Weidenaar Entitled Summer Colors, this exhibit explores fine art ranging from watercolors to acrylics. These vibrant summertime colors will lift your spirits and relax your mind. On view: June 1 thru July 26 Reception: Thursday, June 1, 6-8pm The Cultural Arts Council Douglasville/Douglas County will exhibit new and recent works by artists Fiona Dennis, Ernie Hendrix, and Marilyn Weidenaar during the months of June and July. The exhibit kicks off with an opening Read More
The 2016 NOVAS Awards were made possible by the Red Cockerill Gallery. Located at 2845 Cemetery St., Austell, Ga. 30106 , they offer workshops, exhibits, and custom framing services. To learn more, visit RedCockerillGallery.com. First Place Second Place Third Place Honorable Mention Sponsor Award