Athens Art Association
Creating Art and Community Together
Since 1919 • Athens, GA
Exploration and Discovery
Celebrating culture and diversity
Athens Art Association supports local artists by creating networking and exhibition opportunities with other artists and art lovers, no matter where they are in their artistic journey.
Members are able to exhibit their work, receive and give peer critique in a safe and encouraging environment, network with fellow artists and have the opportunity to visit studios and participate in workshops.
The Athens Art Association encourages artistic growth among its members by means of collaborative learning of art styles and techniques, providing outlets for members to showcase art publicly and educating the public about the symbiotic relationship of art and the community.
Participate in our meetings to network with artists that are active in the community.
We have monthly Zoom meetings to update each other on our recent work and connect. Check the calendar of events for more details.
Annual Christmas Luncheon
Learning and growing together
Each December we get together for a fun celebration at George's Low Country Table. Our business meeting is conducted in a festive atmosphere, with good food and wine. We exchange gifts, which has to be an artwork made by members Athens Art Associantion or by other artists from the Athens community. Friends and family of members are welcome. Do not miss our best meeting this coming Christmas!
Athens Art Association at a Glance
Creating art and community together
We are proud to announce our new president Tommy Timberlake. He will guide us through this difficult year of pandemic. We continue to meet monthly through the Zoom platform. We talk about the latest news in art and share our recent works of art. We have fun and socialize even if it is not in-person.
A Tribute to J. Paul Reichman (December 7, 1948 - August 21, 2018)
A time to remember and give thanks to our patrons
During the year of our 100th anniversary as an organization, we received news that the Trust of J. Paul Reichman Art Museum Trust named the Athens Art Association as a beneficiary. Although not being an active participant member of Athens Art Association,
he enjoyed painting and visiting museums and art sales to see the work of other artists.
Mr. Reichman, a Georgia native, suffered from Dystonia which is a form of Parkinson’s disease. Mr Reichman appreciated art and cared about leaving what he had to support art in Athens.We are very appreciative of this lifetime gift which will allow us to expand opportunities for both our members and the wider community. Thank you J. Paul Reichman.
Contact Athens Art Association
Our mailing address:
Athens Art Association
P. O. Box 5152
Athens, GA. 30604
Our meetings are held via Zoom due to the pandemic.
Once in-person meetings resume, they will be held at:
Lyndon House Arts Center
211 Hoyt St. Athens, GA 30601