For Immediate Release
Newnan-Coweta Art Association has announced four upcoming
2014 events, Newnan, Georgia
Newnan, Georgia - The Newnan-Coweta Art
Association has announced four upcoming 2014 events. The association is
celebrating 44 years of promoting art appreciation and art education in Newnan,
Georgia and the surrounding counties.
April 12, 2014
Spring Arts and Crafts Show
Newnan is the site of Newnan-Coweta Art Associationís Spring Arts and Crafts
Show. This first event of 2014 is
open to members and non-members.
Media Contact: Gay
June 2 through June 30, 2014
Juried Art Show
Juried Art Show will be Newnan-Coweta Art Associationís 9th Annual
show attracting 700 area art enthusiasts.
Open to members only.
Coweta Center for Performing Arts
Pamela Trued, Email:
Georgia, Calloway Gardens
September 5 through November 15, 2014
Newnan-Coweta Art Association
Newnan-Coweta Art Association has the opportunity to exhibit as many as 10
paintings per member in this widely Ė visited 2500 square foot Exhibition Hall.
Open to members only.
Media Contact: Bette
Event Date: October
31 through November 2, 2014
Annual Christmas Arts and Crafts Market
Newnan-Coweta Art Association presents its 46th
Annual Christmas Arts and Crafts Market. This event is open to members and
Coweta County Fairgrounds (inside)
Barbara Kelly, Email:
is proud to celebrate 44 years of promoting Art Appreciation and Art Education
in Newnan and the surrounding Counties. Visit the calendar
page to see what is happening within the organization.
The Newnan-Coweta Art Association was incorporated June 18, 1968. Today it is a
non-profit organization whose purpose is to: Encourage and aid artists to
produce original works of art of every type and character, including but not
limited to painting, sculpture, ceramics, wood craft, drawing and metal crafts;
Furnish the auspices for the display of such works in Coweta County and
elsewhere; Foster education and instruction in the creation and appreciation of
works of art. The association supports the arts in Coweta schools through annual
donations and scholarships to high school students pursuing the arts in college.