Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association and Art Center
Blue Ridge, GA 30513
The Art Center, home to the Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association, has more than 2,500 varied artworks on display. With more than 500 member artists and 1,000 active members, we are proud to present member and visiting exhibits and artwork in the many Art Center galleries.
The Art Center team is devoted to bringing new exhibits, events and programming to our community through arts and culture. We endeavor to provide a haven for artists to flourish and grow.
We are also the proud home of the Spring and Fall Arts in the Park festivals. Spring Arts in the Park is held every Memorial Day weekend, and Fall Arts in the Park is held annuallly the second week in October. The Arts in the Park festivals have been a tradition for over three decades, bringing hundreds of fine arts, crafts and food vendors to Downtown Blue Ridge.
The Art Center is located in the Historic Fannin County Courthouse in Downtown Blue Ridge and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Info & Amenities
Hours of Operation
Sunday: 10:00AM - 6:00PM
Tuesday: 10:00AM - 6:00PM
Wednesday: 10:00AM - 6:00PM
Thursday: 10:00AM - 6:00PM
Friday: 10:00AM - 6:00PM
Saturday: 10:00AM - 6:00PM
Admission & Fees
Donations accepted 0.00
Free Parking, Meeting Facilities, Parking on Site, Party Facilities, Public Restrooms, Self-guided Tours
Family-friendly, Free Admission
Suitable for Ages
Artist-in-Residence: Photographer, Arni Katz
04/02/2016 - 07/02/2016
Arni Katz uses his fine art photography to present the world in an intriguing and somewhat mysterious way. His images include a wide array of subject matter, but will leave the viewers looking at the world quite differently than they did before. Be ready to be intrigued and inspired.read more
SAAG Spring Member Show, "Celebration of Artisans"
05/07/2016 - 06/11/2016
Enjoy unforgettable 2D and 3D creations from our very own Southern Appalachian Artist Guild members, ranging from pottery, paintings, photography and more. Exhibit will be on display inside the Richard Low Evans Gallery. www.southernappalachianartists.orgread more
Spring Arts in the Park
05/28/2016 - 05/29/2016
Enjoy the 40th Annual Spring Arts in the Park festival held in the beautiful Downtown City Park of Blue Ridge, Georgia during Memorial Day weekend. Admire artwork and enjoy tasty food from over 175 exhibitors and food vendors. Admission fee is $5 for adults. Children are admitted free. Proceeds go to the Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association. **Entry deadline for artists: February 26, 2016**read more
Annual Community Quilt & Fiber Arts Exhibit
06/18/2016 - 07/23/2016
Celebrate our heritage with the age-old artistic craft of quilting and the variety of the fiber arts. The Art Center's Richard Low Evans Gallery will be adorned in colorful fabric, woven with care, skill and handmade flare. Don't miss one of the most unforgettable exhibits of the year with traditional and non-traditional quilts, arts quilts, and an array of the fiber arts. This exhibit is open during regular business hours, Tuesday-Sunday from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.read more
Mad for the Arts Gala
06/25/2016 - 06/25/2016
Experience the Swinging Sixties with BRMAA's 'Mad for the Arts' Fundraising Gala on June 25, 2016! Dress up as your favorite character from Mad Men, or in your best 1960′s garb for this year's summer fundraiser. Enjoy scrumptious food and drinks, unique silent auction and auction games, photo booth and dancing. Proceeds from this event help support the Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Associations mission of providing opportunities in the realm of the arts for the individual and the community. read more
Artist-in-Residence, Rhonda Roddy
07/09/2016 - 10/09/2016
Expressionist painter and mixed media artist, Rhonda Roddy presents artwork that is truly one-of-a-kind, filled with brilliant colors, fantastic imagery, compelling themes and engaging textures. Entitled "I Laugh in my Dreams," her exhibit encourages the idea of letting go of preconceived notions of what art (and life) should be, and allowing authenticity to shine through instead.read more