Athens Cultural Affairs Commission

The Master Public Art Plan process is on!  Please join us for the events listed.
Calendar information for Week of October 12

Monday, October 12, tune into WUGA at 2:20 p.m. for an interview with Todd Bressi and Seitu Jones as part of the Athens Cultural Affairs Commission public art master plan process.

Tuesday. Todd Bressi, public art master planner and Seitu Jones will participate in a Roundtable at Broad 9A (160 Tracy St. #10) on October 13th at 1 p.m.

Tuesday. Seitu Jones, artist in residence, is a public artist from St. Paul, Minnesota. He will present a lecture, October 13 at 6 p.m. at the Athens-Clarke County Library, Appleton Auditorium (2015 Baxter Street). The lecture is “Art and Love” based on his award-winning work “Create: The Community Meal.” This lecture is part of the Athens Cultural Affairs Commission public art master plan process and is free and welcomes the public.

Wednesday, October 14, tune into WXAG at 12:30 p.m. for the Barbara Sims “Lady B” show “Concerns and Issues of the Heart” where she will talk with Todd Bressi and Seitu Jones about concerns and issues of public art.

Wednesday. A second Roundtable will be with the Athens Art Crowd at Hotel Indigo on October 14th at 5:30 p.m. Both Roundtables are part of the Athens Cultural Affairs Commission public art master plan process and are free and open to the public.

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A very exciting time for Athens and the Athens Cultural Affairs Commission as we begin a 10 month process with Todd Bressi, a Master Plan for Public Art Consultant.

For news and updates on the Public Art Master Plan, upcoming visiting artists, projects and community meetings, please visit:
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Athens Cultural Affairs Commission Description

  • Members:: 11
  • Regular Meeting Information:
    • When: Second Monday of each month 
    • Where: The Athens Area Chamber of Commerce Building, 245 West Hancock Avenue, Athens 
    • Time:  6:00 p.m.
    • Average Length: 2 hours 
  • Major Responsibilities:
    The ACAC has been established to advise the Athens Clarke County Unified Government on cultural affairs and aesthetic development of the built environment in accordance with provisions of planning, programming, procurement, installation, operation, and maintenance of public art projects and artworks. 
  • Address: 
    Athens Cultural Affairs Commission 
    P.O. Box 687
    Athens, GA 30603-0687
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