HomeContact

AboutSupportExploreExhibitsPermanent ExhibitsCurrent ExhibitsUpcoming ExhibitsToursGift ShopDiner en Blanc
Donate now to the Arts and Heritage Center. Your donations are tax-deductible.



Click below to read
our latest newsletter.

Sign Up for Email Updates


Interested in finding out more about Aiken County 

Please check out www.discoveraikencounty.com.

Current Exhibits at the AHCNA


 

2017 AHC's "Open Session" Exhibit
June 8 - August 18

Opening on June 8 at the AHC will be the juried artists exhibition Open Session.  This will be a mix of various mediums (oil, acrylic, photography, etc.) all from AHC's juried artists.  Each artis is allowed to submit two works that have not been previously shown.  There will be prizes for Best in Show, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

 

Congratulations to our winners:

 

  • Best in Show - Cassie Bayer for "Old Montreal"

  • 1st Place - Nico Gozal for "Alle Rosen"

  • 2nd Place - Donna Hallman for Calla Lily Goblets (3D piece)

  • 3rd Place - Ondaree Kelley-Tucker for "Canyon Country"

The photos below are from AHC's 2016 Open Session Exhibit.

 

Both Open Session and WWI exhibition will be on view June 8 through August 18.  The reception for both is open to the public and will be held on Thursday, June 8 from 5 to 7 pm.

Open Session 2016 1 | Current Exhibits Open Session 2016 2 | Current Exhibits
Remembering...The War to End All Wars
June 8 - August 18

Opening on June 8, in the balcony gallery, is a World War I history exhibit that commemorates the 100-year anniversary of the United States entering this war.

There will be exceptional artifacts, costumes , photos, medals and other memorabilia.  The Arts and Heritage Center of North Augusta is very proud to have a dedicated team of volunteers who assembled this WWI exibition, Andrea Spano, George Forbes, and Janice Livingston, among others, have given countless hours collecting, researching, documenting and preparing to display the objects in this facinating look at the war 100 years ago.

Many Americans sacrified their lives during this war.  After extensive research, Forbes has compiled a list of those who lived in Aiken County who died in service from 1917 - 1919.  The list is part of the exhibit.

WWI Photo | Current Exhibits
In accordance with IRS Section 6104 the Arts and Heritage Center of North Augusta's forms 1023 and 990
are available for public inspection on request by contacting John Bigger at (803) 278-1805.

Web Design and Web Hosting by Powerserve