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Upcoming Events

Fall Session 2 Classes Begin Oct 22nd

Session 1:
Mon, September 10th – Sat, October 13th
Session 2:
Mon, October 22nd – Sat, December 1st

Workshops are offered September through December on the posted dates.

Beaux Arts Masquerade

Friday, October 19th
7:30-10:30pm

Save the date for the introduction of what is sure to be the best party in town, Beaux Arts Masquerade.

The Aiken Center for the Arts is planning a masquerade-themed fundraising event on Friday, October 19, 2018 from 7:30-10:30pm. While costumes are encouraged, they will be optional. Patrons can choose to dress in full costume regalia or may opt for a whimsical accessory such as a mask or a hat. If you aren’t one to wear a costume, you can still come and enjoy the festive Masquerade atmosphere and cheer on your friends as they vie for the Best Costumes award.
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Gallery Opening Reception

Thursday, November 1st
6:00-8:00pm

 

Join us for a Gallery Opening Reception for Silent Witness”, a photographic portrait series from the Saratoga WarHorse Experience by photographer Shelly Marshall Schmidt. Exhibition dates are Oct 30 – Nov 30.

WWII Documentary “War Stories”

Thursday, November 8th
2:00pm, FREE

 

Join us for a special viewing of “War Stories”, a documentary featuring interviews with local CSRA World War II veterans. The 70-minute video, produced by Mark Albertin, won an award from the Georgia Archives organization as a noteworthy historic documentary covering area history.
 
In addition to the video, we will also have the book, “In Their Own Words: Augusta and Aiken Area Veterans Remember World War II”. The book contains transcribed comments from 147 selected veterans and will be available for purchase.

Free Veterans Movement Workshop

Thursday, November 8th
6:00-8:00pm

 

Join us for a FREE veterans movement workshop at Aiken Center for the Arts. Augusta Ballet presents Exit12 Dance Company. Exit 12’s workshops and programs are designed to bridge cultural gaps through shared movement, transform traumatic experiences into expressive choreographic themes, and inspire participants to push beyond their comfort zones. Their veteran-civilian movement workshops engage groups in movement creation, self-esteem building, empathy enrichment, and teamwork. Workshops may lead to a public performance or an informal showing with group participants.
Register online here. 
Aiken Center for the Arts
122 Laurens Street, SW
Aiken SC 29801
Office: (803) 641-9094
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