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Auburn Arts Association - Art Gallery

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Jan Dempsey Community Arts Center

222 E Drake Ave

Sara Hand Custer

Sara Hand Custer

Cultural Arts Director

Auburn Arts Association

The Auburn Arts Association (AAA) was founded as a non-profit, volunteer, community-based arts organization in 1982. The AAA’s primary objectives are to promote arts education, encourage and support local artists and arts initiatives and to stimulate community interest in the arts.

The AAA provides quality arts experiences for students, professional opportunities for local artists and performers, technical assistance and financial support encouraging community-based arts initiatives, scholarships for talented community members, cooperative arts education projects, an exhibition program and a variety of arts services and social activities.

The AAA is governed by a board made up of local artists and business persons in the community. Membership is open to anyone, individual, student, senior, family, benefactor and corporate sponsors.

The AAA works hand-in-hand with the Jan Dempsey Community Arts Center (JDCAC) to provide classes and summer camps in the visual arts, to present exhibitions in the Art Gallery, and to sponsor numerous workshops and events that benefit and enhance our community’s cultural life. The AAA encourages you to volunteer with us! Contact the JDCAC at (334) 501-2963 for more information.

Make sure to visit their website at auburnarts.org and check out their Facebook Page and Instagram Page.

Art Gallery

The Art Gallery at the JDCAC is coordinated by the AAA, providing the community with exhibition space for local and regional artists, the only community gallery open daily to the public.

Gallery Hours
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
Gallery hours may vary depending on exhibition receptions and programs.

Current Exhibitions

Fall Invitational 2022: Acquisitions  
Remembrance: Hugh O. Williams

Sept. 21 - Oct. 27
Drop-in Reception Wednesday, Sept. 21 from 2 - 6 p.m. 
This special exhibition presents a selection of "Wire Drawings" by the late Hugh Oliver Williams. The works include large drawings on paper and large three-dimensional wire pieces. The wire sculptures originally hung on the exterior walls of the artist’s studio on Moore’s Mill Road in Auburn. Also on view are several large watercolor paintings from 1990 and small watercolors from Hugh’s earlier “Taos: Navajo Lines“ series.

For more information about the Art Gallery or to schedule a tour, please contact the JDCAC at (334) 501-2963.