“The assembly, as a whole, created a moment of unity and positivity for everyone, and students’ musical creations were the spark for that experience,” shared AIG Teacher, Mark Spring.
This year’s headliners include the legendary Mavis Staples, GRAMMY award-winning reggae star Kabaka Pyramid, widely-followed Donna the Buffalo, and genre-defying Daniel Donato’s Cosmic Country. The four-day festival is packed with musical talent to light up multiple stages.
We are so excited to announce our 2023-24 Artists-in-Schools season–our ninth! We know the arts save lives, so we’re thrilled to continue bringing professional teaching artists into Chatham County classrooms!… Read More →
Mike Wiley is a story teller, and he had a thrilling and important one for the kids at Chatham Grove and JS Waters. It was the story of Henry “Box”… Read More →
We’re offering a big thank you to our JumpstART artists, the good folks of The Plant, and all of you who came out to the JumpstART Walkabout! The rain stopped… Read More →
The sun streamed across Love’s Creek a few weeks ago, as performers and volunteers gathered for our season’s first Truck-and-Trailer Roving Performance. Cars stopped. People waved and called out, excited… Read More →
We are thrilled to announce our 2022-23 Arts for Resilient Kids season! We’re kicking off Artists-in-Schools with new AIS educators Gaspard&Dancers. Truck-and-Trailer, ArtAssist for Kids, and ClydeFEST are all back,… Read More →
The CAC’s JumpstART grant was born out of the pandemic as a way to help get Chatham County artists and arts-workers back to work. JumpstART pays artists to make art–and… Read More →
Did someone say cash money grants? Yep! The Chatham Arts Council is thrilled to announce that online applications for our annual Grassroots Arts Grants are now available. Every single granting… Read More →
The Chatham Arts Council is investing in artists through our Meet This Artist series, introducing you to 12 Chatham County artists each year in a big way. The fine folks… Read More →