The Arts Council began producing and presenting various theatrical and musical productions to the community. The Visual Arts Guild joined the CGAC in 1998. As the Arts Council continued to grow and expand, it added community education and outreach programs, such as Pre-School Pops, Arts in the Schools, youth summer camps, and an adult music series in 2000. The next two years saw the addition of a Cultural Outreach Committee, dedicated to incorporating ethnic diversity in programming, and the Roland Hayes Museum Division.
What People are Saying
“A Great Find”
“A good place to stop by and enjoy the current art on exhibit. Be sure to go into The Art Market while you’re there. The Local artists have their work on sale at a very reasonable price.”
“Good Place To Stop By”
I think it’s awesome we have an Arts Center here in Calhoun. Highlights local artists and their work. The building is beautiful. Easy to notice from the main road, downtown Calhoun. It is wheelchair friendly. There is an elevator to get to the second floor. They have nice restrooms. Parking in the front and also additional parking on the backside of the building. Friendly staff.
“Another successful experience”
“A dedicated staff and faithful volunteers make Harris Arts Center a vibrant and active arts resource for the community.”
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