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Jun 2021

May 21-Oct 15, 2021

3rd Friday Downtown Decatur

The Alabama Center for the Arts (Visual Arts building) is open 5:00pm-8:00pm for the 3rd Friday in Downtown Decatur street festival as follows in 2021: • May 21 • June 18 • July 16 • August 20 • September 17 • October 15 - CLOSED for a private event We invite you to come inside and view the art exhibits in our Main Gallery and Walking Gallery. We also like to offer "arty" attractions on the ACA Greens and Grounds…

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Sep 2021

Sep 9–Oct 28, 2021


The Alabama Center for the Arts is pleased to announce the opening of “Sustaining Dialogues: Two Painters” in the Center’s Main Gallery on September 9. The exhibit will feature 20 paintings a piece from Alabama artists Daniel White and Tony Sturgis. Sturgis will exhibit new works from over the last year and White will exhibit work culled from over the last few years. Reception and Artist Talk: Thursday, September 16, 2021 at 5:30pm

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Nov 2021

Nov 5, 2021 @ 8:30am

Focus on the Arts – Annual Appreciation Breakfast

High School Counselors, Career Coaches, and Art Educators and your staff are invited to the Annual Appreciation Breakfast to be held at the Alabama Center for the Arts hosted by Calhoun and Athens State. This year we’ll “Focus on the Arts” taught at the Alabama Center for the Arts. You’ll get to meet our Art Faculty, Presidents, Deans, and staff. You’ll even have a chance to experience the arts first hand with a special art project and we’ll serve a…

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Nov 11-20, 2021

The Athenian Players to present Log Cabin by Jordan Harrison

The Athenian Players invite you to join them for their Fall 2021 performance of Log Cabin by Jordan Harrison. Described by TheatreMania as an examination of “our impulse to slam the door behind us just as we cross the threshold of privilege,” Log Cabin presents two upper-class married couples, one gay and one lesbian, struggling to understand the continued legislative and social issues endured by their trans male friend. While set in a familiar domestic situation of living room conversations…

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Nov 14, 2021 @ 4:00pm

Calhoun Chorale with Calhoun Community Chorus present: “Silver and Gold”

Granville Oldham, Jr., conductor Newt Johnson, accompanist ACA Box Office opens one hour prior to the performance. Tickets are available at the door while they last.

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