The eight-acre campus in Sautee Nacoochee includes The Folk Pottery Museum of Northeast Georgia, Sautee Nacoochee Art Center, and African American Heritage Site.
These resources are nationally recognized and provide educational opportunities for local schools and colleges along with economic development opportunities through historic preservation and tourism.
We provide a "stage" to the best regional visual arts, performing arts, and folklife programs in the Appalachian Foothills of Georgia.
Your donation this year supports Celebrate the Arts. Celebrate the Arts is a partnership with public school teachers and administrators in tandem with performing and visual arts for students with disabilities. This celebration, is our annual arts festival for students with disabilities and will be held March 2017 benefiting over 300 students in Georgia's White County.
Your donation is an Investment in Education for these students. Join us in supporting these students, the visual and performing arts, and White County Schools by helping us Celebrate the Arts.
"One of the 100 Best Small Art Towns
" - 100 Best Small Art Towns, John Villani
A "Best Travel Tip"
- Southern Living, 2008
"2009 Honor Award" -
Southeast Region of the American Institute of Architects.
"So unique that superlatives don't do it justice."
- Fodor's Choice, 2009