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Status Updates on Local Attractions – Who’s Open? Who’s Closed? Find out HERE

May 3

|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every week that begins at 12:00 am on Sunday and Saturday, repeating until May 31, 2020

Is your favorite local Augusta attraction open? Check out the list below to see! 

Updated on 5/28/2020

NOTICE: For all attractions opening, there will be hand sanitizing stations and masks are requested to be worn by ALL attendees.

Augusta Library:

UPDATE: Curbside service begins Monday, June 1st!

 

The Morris Museum

UPDATE: The Morris Museum will be opening on Tuesday, June 9th.
The regular schedule will resume: Tues – Sat, 10 AM – 5 PM and Sundays, Noon – 5 PM.
The museum’s library, the Center for the Study of Southern Art, will be open by appointment only.

  • Dear Friends,
    As you already know, the Morris Museum of Art has been closed to the public since last week.
    We had hoped to reopen on April 6, but find now that we simply can’t. I regret to say that the museum will now remain closed until further notice. Toward the end of the month, we will again evaluate the situation and determine when we can safely reopen. Though necessary, the museum’s closing is not a happy thing.
    Tomorrow will be the last day that anyone will be in the office for a little while. In response to Governor Kemp’s directive to “shelter in place”, all of us will be working from home. We are, as always, principally concerned with the health and well-being of visitors, staff, and volunteers.
    All public programs for the month of April are cancelled. Those that can be rescheduled, will be rescheduled. Keep an eye on the museum’s website. Information will appear there.
    That said, there is still much to share, and you will find it on the museum’s website and on social media—Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest. You will find beautiful images from the permanent collection, staff-selected works of art—everyone here is delighted to have this opportunity to make a case for a personal favorite—games and activities for youngsters (and oldsters), an overview of the museum’s current exhibition LUSTER: Realism and Hyperrealism in Contemporary Automobile and Motorcycle Painting, and more.
    We view this as an opportunity to share, however, so we’re counting on you to let us know what you would like to see more of. We’ll respond. Keep an eye on your inbox for periodic updates.
    These are challenging times, no doubt about it, but we intend to make the most of the extraordinary resource that the Morris Museum of Art represents. And we look forward to this opportunity for mutual engagement.We look forward to seeing you soon. Meantime, be well.Yours,
    Kevin Grogan
    Director

 

Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History

UPDATE: The Museum is taking reservations for small groups starting late June.

  • Due to concerns related to the spread of COVID-19 and to ensure the health and safety of the Museum’s staff and public, the Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History has temporarily closed until April 30th or possibly until further notice.  We will continue to monitor the situation and re-evaluate, based on additional information and recommendations from public officials
  • April programs and events have either been cancelled or postponed.
    The Laney Museum Annual Golf Tournament in May will be rescheduled for 2021.
  • Please check back on our website and social media channels for updates. We look forward to welcoming our visitors back to the Museum soon. Our physical spaces may be closed but please stay engaged with our social media.

 

Sacred Heart Cultural Center

  • Sacred Heart Cultural Center is now open for free tours, viewing of the art, and event consultations.
  • Guests are asked to please knock for admittance, wear a mask indoors, sanitize hands upon entry, and refrain from entering if any symptoms of illness are present. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram (@sacredheartaugusta) and consider purchasing a Support Ticket of any amount at www.sacredheartgardencityfestival.com.

 

Augusta History Museum

UPDATE: The History Museum will be opening June 4th. Limit of 140 people inside.

  • In response to heightened concerns relating to the spread of COVID-19 and to ensure the health and safety of the Museum’s staff and public, The Augusta Museum of History has temporarily closed its galleries, the 1797 Ezekiel Harris House, and offices beginning Wednesday, March 18th, 2020 and plans to reevaluate Wednesday, April 1st, 2020. We join many cultural institutions across the city and country who are also closing to help limit the further spread of the Coronavirus, and moving to remote work wherever possible. We will continue to monitor the situation and re-evaluate in two weeks, based on additional information and recommendations from public officials. Please check our website and our social media channels for updates. We look forward to welcoming our staff and visitors back to the Museum soon. Our physical spaces may be closed but please stay engaged with our social media throughout these next two weeks. If you have any questions, please feel free to email amh@augustamuseum.org

 

Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art

  • With the COVID-19 epidemic evolving rapidly, we are continuing to prioritize the health and safety of our community and staff and will remain closed until May 1. We join many cultural institutions across the city and country who are also closing to help limit the further spread of the Coronavirus, and moving to remote work wherever possible.
  • Although our doors are temporarily closed, there are plenty of ways to stretch your creative legs. Check out our daily Art To Go activities and we will continue to post your artwork created at home on our social media. Online classes are being explored as well and we welcome any feedback and ideas from the community. We miss our faculty and students and can’t wait to get back to work!

 

Le Chat Noir

  • Thank you for your interest in the events at our theater. We are a small, family run theater that operates on our love of performance, but also our ticket sales. In an effort to do our part to slow down the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we have suspended all of our performances for the time being. If you are in a position to, please consider helping the theater get through this difficult time by donating, every little bit helps, and we promise to thank you with many wonderful performances in the future when we’re all cleared to leave our homes again. We appreciate your patronage and support!
  • Le Chat Noir Silent Auction – HAPPENING NOW THROUGH MAY 29TH
    Our wonderful theatre patrons pooled their extremely impressive and varied talents to put together a silent auction to benefit Le Chat Noir during these uncertain times. There are beautiful works of art, classes, hotel stays, photo shoots and more, all organized by our wonderful Dana Cheshire! All winners will be announced May 29th. Check out everything being offered at the link below and win yourself some cool stuff while supporting the theatre! Check it out at lcnaugusta.com/events/

 

4P Studios

  • 4P Studios is still closed to the public, and has pushed all group class start dates closer to the end of May/beginning of June! They will still evaluate the situation as it goes, but for now feel free to check out and sign up for upcoming adult and youth art classes online at: 4pstudiosart.com/group-classes
  • WE CAN’T WAIT TO SEE YOU ALL and MAKE SOME ART! Until then, we are also doing private art lessons and the new VIRTUAL private art lessons, to find out more about scheduling yourself or someone you know a private art lesson email us today at: INFO@4PStudiosART.com

 

Westobou

UPDATE: Opening June 19th for a Local Art Show

  • At this time Westobou will not reopen to the public until June 19, when our next exhibition opens. We will not have an opening reception as to avoid a large gathering. We will be in and out of the office prior to prepare.

 

The Book Tavern

  • The Book Tavern is closed to the public until further notice, but check out this event page HERE for all the ways you can support your local book store!

 

The Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson

UPDATE: The Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson is open BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, and groups must be under 10 people due to small space.

 

Miller Theater

  • CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
  • Dear Supporters,
    Thank you for standing by us and the promoters of live events as we work through this unprecedented situation. While we are following all mandates, we are also working with each event individually to reschedule as many as possible for future dates.
  • When events resume, patrons will be notified on the Miller Theater website and social media.
  • If you are holding a ticket for an event scheduled before that date, please look for updated information on the ticket page for that show. If you do not see updated information yet, that means we are still working on new dates.  All tickets for the original date will be honored for any rescheduled dates and once the rescheduled dates are announced, we will offer full refunds for anyone who cannot attend the new date. This will allow those who have purchased to keep their seats, which is what our fans have asked of us.
  • Please keep in mind that our local box office hours will be reduced but assistance is still available by phone through our Etix call center. We appreciate your patience as we are not able to answer all individual questions at this time. We are all working to get through this and we look forward to meeting you here at the Miller Theater for your next show.

 

Imperial Theatre

  • Recent developments from Executive Director Charles Scavullo:
    In accordance with guidance received from local, state and Federal authorities, the Imperial Theatre will be closed to visitors at least through April 30th. We will re-evaluate the situation at that time and provide an update.
  • The Box-office continues to work remotely and will be available for calls to 706-722-8341 and e-mails to boxofficeimperial@gmail.com.
  • No walk-up business will be available throughout this period of time. We will actively attempt to reschedule any films for the Imperial Films Series which may have been, or may be cancelled whenever possible.
  • For those of you who would like a ticket refund for an upcoming event, which may have been cancelled or postponed for which you have purchased tickets, please contact the Box-office at the phone number or e-mail address provided above. (For concerns about Cinderella tickets, please contact the Augusta Players at 706-826-4707 or info@augustaplayers.org) Tickets will need to be returned to us for refunds. E-tickets may be cancelled with a phone call or by e-mail Please mail tickets Imperial Theatre, PO Box 31126, Augusta, GA 30903. If you have an E-ticket please call or e-mail the Box-office and so it can be deactivated. I will be available during this time by calling 706-722-8293 or e-mail charles@imperialtheatre.com.
  • We would be pleased to accept any donations which would be utilized to replace funds for the Renovation Fees attached to ticket sales that have been lost due to cancelled shows please go to imperialtheatre.com/contributions . Once you click on the link to the page, scroll down to the bottom and hit the paypal “donate” button.
  • We wish all our patrons, community partners and friends the very best and look forward to seeing all of you once this resolves itself. The Imperial Theatre is strong and will survive! Our best wishes and continued good health to all!

 

ENOPION Theatre Company

  • The Theatre is still closed to the public, but they are offering an Online Theatre Class!
  • Class is on Mondays at 4 pm | Ages 10 -12 | May 11th – June 15th  
    Register online at enopion.com/online-theatre-class

 

Mary S. Byrd Gallery

UPDATE: Regular Schedule starting in September

 

Jessye Norman School of the Arts – The Ann Ellis Gallery

  • No current plans for fall

Keep an eye on this page to stay up to date on your favorite local attractions! 

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May 3
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