Our Mission

The mission of Aiken Center for the Arts (ACA) is to inspire and educate by providing unique visual and performing art experiences for all ages.

Join us for two Artist Talks

offered in person and via zoom

Exhibiting artists Robert Campbell, Camryn Finnan and Whitney Kurlan will be presenting with guest speakers from conservation organizations

Limited in person seating, zoom option is also available. Call us at 803-641-9094 to reserve a seat or to be added to the list to receive the zoom link.

ThursFebruary 18 at 6pm

Exhibiting artists with Paul Swart
from 
Rhino Conservation Botswana

Paul Swart volunteers his time as USA trustee of Rhino Conservation Botswana. He works with and helps raise funds for the conservation to help prevent rhinos from becoming extinct.

Rhino Conservation Botswana is working to increase and protect populations of black and white rhinos in Botswana.

ThursFebruary 25 at 12pm

Exhibiting artists with Peter Blinston from
Painted Dog Conservation

Wildlife conservationist and Executive Director of Painted Dog Conservation (PDC), Peter Blinston, has a lifelong mission to save the highly endangered painted dogs of Zimbabwe. He has been featured on BBC Earth and National Geographic for his work with PDC.

Painted Dog Conservation works with local populations of both humans and dogs, via conservation, education, and outreach programs, to help them not only survive in Africa, but thrive.

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Don’t miss our Artist Talk TOMORROW, Feb 25th at 12:00pm. Exhibiting artists Camryn Finnan, Robert Campbell and Whitney Kurlan will be joined by Peter Blinston from Painted Dog Conservation. In person seating still available, call us to reserve your spot 803-641-9094. Zoom link can be found on our website: aikencenterforthearts.org // Photograph: “Dyambu” by Camryn Finnan ... See MoreSee Less
Don’t miss our Artist Talk TOMORROW, Feb 25th at 12:00pm. Exhibiting artists Camryn Finnan, Robert Campbell and Whitney Kurlan will be joined by Peter Blinston from Painted Dog Conservation. In person seating still available, call us to reserve your spot 803-641-9094. Zoom link can be found on our website: https://aikencenterforthearts.org   // Photograph: “Dyambu” by Camryn Finnan
Join Aiken artist Gisela Sirrenberg on Sat, March 6 for an introduction into the world of resin. Learn to use resin with acrylic to create two paintings and how to incorporate stones and crystals for a textural element. No experience needed. aikencenterforthearts.org/winter-spring-2021-classes/ ... See MoreSee Less
Join Aiken artist Gisela Sirrenberg on Sat, March 6 for an introduction into the world of resin. Learn to use resin with acrylic to create two paintings and how to incorporate stones and crystals for a textural element. No experience needed. https://aikencenterforthearts.org/winter-spring-2021-classes/

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Gisela is such a talented artist!

Come see our new exhibtion, 'going….going….gone'. This exhibt supports conservation and education through art and features three different artists unified by a passion for nature and wildlife conservation: Robert Campbell, Camryn Finnan, and Whitney Kurlan. To learn more about these artists, click below aikencenterforthearts.org/main-gallery/

This exhibit will be avialble for viewing until March 19th.
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