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NEXT MONTHLY GUILD MEETING
will be held Tuesday, February 2nd at 6:00 pm. Please check email to confirm whether meeting will be held virtually or in-person.
CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE STORE!
Visit our website to peruse our gallery of fine arts & crafts that AAG members have created while in quarantining. Buyers can pay online and pick up at the Gallery (by appointment only) or the Artist can ship your purchase (shipping & handling fees will be applied during checkout). Not only that, but you can purchase AAG Gift Cards and even join the Guild! Support local arts & our Artists during lockdown.
ARTISTS! If you'd like to to sell your art in our store, please contact Leah Frederick at for submission guidelines or you can download them directly here!
The Augusta Art Guild Membership form for FY2020 has been emailed (you can also download it here under "Quick Clicks"). We have several different membership options including Individual, Family, Business & Student. ALSO, YOU CAN NOW BECOME A MEMBER QUICKLY & EASILY THROUGH OUR ONLINE STORE! (no forms to send in and no checks to write!) By the way, you do not need to be an Artist to be a Member of the Augusta Art Guild. If you believe in the importance of the Arts in our community and schools, please consider joining!
ART IN THE GARDEN ANNOUNCEMENT!
The AAG Board has announced plans on hosting the 20th Art in the Garden on June 5th, 2021 (always the first Saturday in June!). Applications for exhibitors can be found HERE! Mark your calendars!
AAG Gallery Hours
Closed for the Season.
Tentative Reopening Date will be May 1, 2021.
Please take a moment to explore our site for all the latest in Guild news, including upcoming events, announcements, and how to join this exciting organization of artists and patrons of the arts located in Augusta, Kentucky.