Artist Opportunities

Relief Resources for Artists Affected by COVID-19

To support artists during the COVID-19 crisis, a coalition of national arts grantmakers have come together to create an emergency initiative to offer financial and informational resources to artists across the United States.

The Foundation for Contemporary Arts is creating a temporary fund to meet the needs of experimental artists who have been impacted by the economic fallout from postponed or canceled performances and exhibitions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Rauschenberg Emergency Grants fund provides one-time cash grants of up to $5,000 to cover one-time emergency medical expenses.

Our community offers Carrollton Artist Guild members many opportunities to display their art publicly--in some cases at no cost to the artist and with the artist retaining 100% of sales. Take advantage of these great ways to offer your talent to the community!

Art Takeover

Stay tuned for updates… Carrollton Main Street hosts an annual Art Takeover in Downtown Carrollton. Main Street business members in and around Adamson Square are partnering with the University of West Georgia School of the Arts and Carrollton Center for the Arts for a festive evening in Downtown Carrollton from 5 pm – 8 pm. […]

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Annual Juried Guild Show

February 18 – March 25, 2021. The Guild’s annual show for 2021 is “Creative Perspectives and Play.” This year, craftsmanship, concept, experimentation and originality will be the focus for judging criteria. Consider trying something new with at least one entered piece. Try a different medium or style. Learn a new skill from your fellow artists. […]

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Gallery Row Coffee

Every two months Gallery Row Coffee on The Square in Carrollton offers high-traffic space for 8+ pieces of 2D art. There is no cost, and the artist retains 100% of any sales. For the next available opening, contact Laura Smith at […]

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The Blue Door Gallery

The Blue Door Gallery is a Carrollton Artist Guild cooperative retail gallery space featuring the work of some of Carrollton’s finest artists. The Blue Door Gallery at 115 Rome Street is now open. Juried by six current members, participants volunteer one day a week, contribute a $150 one-time fee and $25/month thereafter. The City retains […]

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If you haven't heard of this program, take a moment to look over their prospectus! Follow the link and then follow the sub link for

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January Meeting: As you may have surmised or heard, we aren't doing an in face meeting this January. But the newsletter will be going out

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Carrollton Artist Guild updated their status.

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Get festive with Dittmer Knittery as she shows us how to make some cute crochet ornaments! The program will live stream on the Neva Lomason

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Tomorrow is the last day to purchase artwork from the Small Packages show at Carrollton Center for the Arts. We still have a large inventory

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Hey Guys! I’ve been watching the weather forecast the last several days and rain is predicted for Saturday, so instead of our fun event getting

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Julian E. Cowart and Neva Lomason Memorial Library will be hosting a virtual painting demo. The program will live stream Tuesday November 24h at 1pm

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Neva Lomason Memorial Library resident crafter showing us how to pumpkins from scrap fabric. The program will live stream Tuesday October 27thth at 1pm on