A Letter From THE PRESIDENT
THERE'S ALWAYS SOMETHING GOING ON
The North Augusta Cultural Arts Council is happy to see 2021 with a lessening of the pandemic which is allowing us to resume our programs. We have already had our Student Art Show and the SpringFest Art Show at the Arts and Heritage Center. On June 10 we resumed a limited Music in the Park schedule at Maude Edenfield Park. Future concerts are:
June 24 Fabio and Friends
July 8 Savannah River Winds Concert Band
July 22 Double D
Bring your chairs and snacks. All concerts begin at 7 PM. We have awarded two $1,000 scholarships to high school graduates who are planning to major or minor in the arts, and in the fall we will award limited grants to teachers in the Area II Schools to support special programs in the arts as part of their curriculum. Please mark your calendars for the annual PRISM Concert on September 27, and the annual Veterans Concert on November 8. More details on these concerts will be available here on the web site as the time draws near. Both concerts will feature the Savannah River Winds under the direction of Rich Brasco. I want to thank those of you who have supported us financially with a membership, as well as those who sponsor our activities financially and by their attendance.
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!
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
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..
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.
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.