Current Gallery Show:

Artistry in Wood & Contemporary Paintings

by Sally Evans



September 1 - 23 

Come see the amazing talents in two very different art styles that have come together.  There will be woodturnings from the Etowah River Woodturners along with the contemporary art of Sally Evans.  This'll be a unique gallery show that you don't want to miss. 


RECEPTION: Friday, September 1 at 6-8PM in the Gallery


We would like to invite everyone to come out to welcome our next exhibit in the Arts Center Gallery - The Artistry in Wood & Contemporary Paintings by Sally Evans.  There will be a variety of unique & original artwork up for sale. Light refreshments will be served. See you all there!


NEW Workshop: Abstract Painting for Beginners 2-Day Workshop

By Juanita Bellavance

Friday & Saturday, September 22 & 23

@ 10AM - 4PM

Cost: $200 total per student

In this two day workshop you will experience various technique to begin a painting and the layering process toward completion.  Mornings will include challenges and exercises while afternoons will be an opportunity to work independently to practice what has been learned while guidance is available.  Structure, form and color will be addressed through hands on practice.

This workshop is for the brand new beginner and promises to open the door wide to abstract painting using acrylics and beyond.  Register now as limited space fills quickly. 



GARY CURTIS Watercolor Classes:


 Wednesdays at 12:30 - 4:30PM

 Sept 27 & Oct 18 (Individual classes)

$40 per student & per class


Beginners & Intermediate levels are welcome.

Register by calling the Office 770-704-6244.


Students will learn how to control watercolor, which is commonly thought to be elusive with a mind of its own.  Whatever skill level you are at, you will see your work grow as you discover new directions in color & composition.  Through demonstrations, lecture, and individual critique you will experience a different approach to this provocative medium.




Exploring Watercolor by Anita Huddlestun

Saturday, October 14 @ 1-3PM

Call Arts Center Office 770-704-6244 to reserve a seat.  Free & Open to the Public. 




  Trinity River Band Presents:

Acoustic Roots Bluegrass Concert

Saturday, September 30

Doors Open at 6:30PM

Concert Begins at 7PM


Tickets are $15 for adults & $12 for children. Tickets can be purchased on & the Arts Center Office.


Originally known as the Harris Family, Trinity River Band is made up of Dad Michael (Guitar, Vocals), Mom Lisa (Bass, Vocals), Daughter Sarah (Mandolin, Lead Vocals), Son Joshua (Banjo, Dobro, Vocals), and Daughter Brianna (Fiddle, Vocals). They trace their beginning to their first public performance together in their home church in May 2007 in the pine forests of northeast Florida.

Trinity River Band will celebrate their 10th Anniversary in 2017 as the most successful, all- in-one-family bluegrass band of the last 6 years! Their last three studio albums have been met with critical acclaim and practical success, with 11 songs out of 34 from the three albums reaching the respected Bluegrass Today Top 20 Charts for a total of a mind-blowing 60 weeks!

In 2016, the band released Things We Do For Dreams. The first single release, “Come Back Train” written by Grammy winner Jerry Salley and Cassidy Lynn Alexander, became Trinity River Band’s first #1 song; ultimately spending six weeks in the top 5 on the Bluegrass Today Top 20 Chart.

In addition to their musical exploits, the Trinity River Band has ventured into television, with appearances on The Dugger Mountain Show which airs on the Heartland Network (formerly the Nashville Network) and Daytime the nationally syndicated morning show seen by over 3 million viewers a week! TRB has already filmed an upcoming appearance on Song of the Mountains which will air on numerous PBS stations in early summer of 2017.