For the North Augusta Cultural Arts Council the year 2020 has been a ghost of our normal.  In 24 years of existence NACAC has never done so little - and it has been frustrating.  We have done without NA Stars, student art, Music in the Park, and the PRISM and Veterans Concerts.  On a positive note - we held the SpringFest Art Show, awarded $3,000 in scholarships to two NAHS graduates with futures in music, and the Gazda scholarship to a NAHS graduate with a future in art studies.  Currently we are accepting applications for grants to teachers to support special arts programs with their students - these will be awarded in November.


I very much appreciate those of you who have supported us financially with a membership, as well as our Board members with their varied interests, and everyone’s willingness to work to bring the arts to the North Augusta Community and the CSRA.  I hope that 2021 will allow us to get back on track with a full program. 


Finally, I want to thank the City of North Augusta for its leadership in organizing NACAC in 1996, and for its continued financial support which has made it easier for us to devote time to programs in the arts and minimize our time fundraising.

- New Dates & 2021 Form!

- New Dates!

- New SUMMER Schedule!

Virtual Concert

Salute for Veterans Day 2020
North Augusta Cultural Arts Council w/Savannah River Winds

Armed Forces Salute

The Stars & Stripes Forever

Eternal Father Strong to Save

National Anthem

Teacher Grants!


Uyen Griffis

Early Learning Special Needs Teacher and Devonne McKie, Kindergarten Teacher. Both are from Hammond Hills Elementary. Their project  was titled "There's a Leader in Me" and. involves creating one of a kind art canvases using the seven leadership habits that they have studied..


Megan Gee

Music Teacher at Belvedere Elementary.  Her project was "Performing during a Pandemic"  which involves musical virtual performances for parents, teachers, and shared on school web pages.


Heather Hargrove

Art Teacher at Belvedere Elementary.  Her project  was called "Hey! That's my Mat! Her project involved obtaining individual clay mats for students in creating their own clay projects. 


Rachel Polvadore & Meredith Noland

Art Teachers at North Augusta High School.  Their project involved "" Fiber Arts and Sewing"  using dress forms for several different projects and across multiple courses.

Each year, the North Augusta Cultural Arts Council works hard to provide the community with a wide range of events. These events serve as a platform for artists to showcase their talents, students to develop their skills, and patrons to join together in support of the arts. Events range from art shows, live theater productions, outdoor concerts, and student talent shows.
We're sure you'll find one to enjoy!