Welcome to the

Arts & Heritage Center of North Augusta

Our Vision

A community where all citizens have the opportunity to enhance their lives through the exposure to the arts and history of our region.

Our Mission

To provide an educational venue to showcase and promote the arts and regional history.


Best in ShowChristine Quinn – Emerald Lake
1st PlaceAndi Sinclair – Nugget of Hope (Dementia)
2nd PlaceTony Gouge – Sound Reflection
3rd PlaceGeorge Hagan – Eyes Wide Open
Honorable MentionsGerald Woods – The Acolyte Guild
Deborah Gamba – American Majesty
Jim Bradshaw – Tango
Bailie Conway – Tracks and Silo
Christine Quinn – Bright Lights Big City
Christine Quinn – The Carry
George Hagan – Lipstick & Rust

Hit the Bricks

Best in ShowAddie Strozier – Into the Woods
Stormwater (Special Award)Bob Pyle – Pond and Pavilion
1st PlaceStacy Eubanks – Wardrobe Adjustment
2nd PlaceAndy Hunter – Misty Morning Ride
3rd PlaceJim Saul – Mama Mama
Honorable MentionsTrystan McManus – Anhinga
Mike Kleiman – Gator Ride
Charles Moore – Foggy Mornings
Angela Minter – Brick Pond in Autumn
Bill Lutin – Handsome Fella
1st PlaceMax Cullipher – Brick Pond Heron
2nd PlaceTravis Izlar – Brick Pond Reflection
3rd PlaceWilliam Douglas – Little Giant
Honorable MentionTravis Izlar – Oasis

Upcoming Events

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News & Exhibits


The AHCNA has two wonderful exhibit spaces: the Main and Balcony Galleries. The exhibits of the AHCNA showcase the artisans and history of the region. At least one of the exhibits every year showcases history of the area. Most of the exhibits rotate every 6 to 8 weeks.

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Permanent Exhibits

The Arts and Heritage Center of North Augusta (AHCNA) is a partner in the South Carolina National Heritage Corridor. As part of this partnership, the AHCNA has assumed ownership of the regional history exhibits from the SCNHCs former Discovery Center in Blackville, SC. By using these educational and technological exhibits, the visitor is introduced to the corridor, regional destinations and the region's character and history. The exhibits interpret Aiken, Bamberg, Barnwell and Orangeburg counties.

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Throughout the year the Arts and Heritage Center has several events that aid in supporting the Center. The Arts and Heritage Center is a private 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. We rely solely upon these events, donations, memberships and grants to operate. We also have special member only events as well as lectures to increase your knowledge in regards to history and art.

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Gift Shop

The Gift Shop is full of wonderfully-crafted art from artists in the Central Savannah River Area and South Carolina. You can find a variety of items from pottery, to preserves, to photography, to paintings, jewelry and hand carved items. If you can imagine it, chances are there is a local crafts person who has created it.

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