The Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History will showcase “The HBCU Experience, Past, Present and Future” from August 1 to September 25. This exhibit examines the role that the historically black college and university have played in shaping many of the iconic figures of Augusta. Admission is FREE thanks to Bank of America!
Don’t miss Augusta’s SIXTH ANNUAL international independent film festival. Film artists from all over the world submit some amazing pieces to be screened right here at Le Chat Noir in downtown Augusta.
Four Seasons Chamber Jazz – a musical celebration of art in nature – is a four-event concert series, with music ranging from Latin jazz, to vocal standards, to Dixieland. Artists perform several selections representative of the season.
Originally a jazz quartet started in the Augusta, Georgia area, Stephanie Phillips performs traditional arrangements as well as original compositions. New to the scene, but no strangers to the genre!
The 8th Annual Augusta Blues Festival featuring Pokey Bear, Sir Charles Jones, Tucka, Theodis Ealey, J’Wonn, and Ronnie Bell returns to the Bell Auditorium on March 20.
Augusta is getting lots of local love from Showpony and their partner Weir/Stewart! These teams are designing and printing shirts featuring your favorite Augusta fixtures, such as the Gertrude Herbert and Le Chat Noir. The best part? From Showpony themselves: “[The] Proceeds go directly to them. You get a cool shirt and they get a little extra income during these tough times. Each shirt is on sale for a week, then once 50 are sold, we print and ship. It’s time to show local business WE GIVE A SHIRT!”