SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR PRIME SPONSORS
Beginning Nov. 14 the CAC will reopen to the public with the 2nd annual Festival of Trees. PLEASE NOTE that we will be adhering to CDC guidelines with Social distancing. No-Contact Temperature checks prior to entering the building. Masks are required. We ask that all visitors plan to follow these guidelines. We look forward to welcoming visitors to the Cumming Arts Center: Saturdays 10AM til 4PM and Sundays 1PM til 4PM.
You can also view these beautiful trees virtually. Just click on “Festival of Trees 2020” in the Menu Bar.
Are you an aspiring artist? A weekend hobbyist? A dedicated professional? The Cumming Arts Center has something to offer everyone. With over 100 members working in a dozen or more media, including oil painting, pottery, wood, jewelry,fiber and textiles, acrylics, mixed media, photography, watercolor, pastels, charcoal and pencil drawing, you can find a kindred spirit.
Our meetings are a time to meet fellow artists and craftspeople, see new trends and techniques, and improve your skills through interesting and enjoyable programs. Ever wanted to exhibit your goods in a public show?
The Cumming Arts Center sponsors two shows a year and numerous exhibits. Please come as our guest to any of our meetings. We are interested in you, your works, and your story.
“AUTUMN IN THE CITY VIRTUAL GALLERY” IS NOW LIVE
THE JUDGES HAVE VOTED AND HERE ARE THE WINNERS
PEOPLES CHOICE: #203 Polyphemus Moth and Magnolias- Lauren Miranda
TO VIEW THE FINE WORKS OF ART IN THE AUTUMN IN THE CITY GALLERY
PLEASE CLICK “AUTUMN IN THE CITY VIRTUAL GALLERY” IN THE MENU BAR
PLEASE NOTE THAT MANY OF THESE FINE ARTWORKS ARE AVAILABLE FOR SALE
Thanks to all of the talented artists who participated in the 2021 Calendar Contest. Voting has ended and CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE WINNERS listed on the “2021 Calendar Contest” page. The 2021 calendar is now be available for purchase. Please click here→ for information and online order form.
If you have any old Christmas ornaments you would like to donate, please bring them to the Cumming Arts Center. We will give them a new life for next Christmas.