The Prattauga Art Guild office is located in the Creative Arts Center at 342 Chestnut Street behind City Hall in historic Downtown Prattville. This 1890’s house is nestled among the live oaks and magnolias along the Autauga Creek and the beautiful Autauga Creekwalk.
Through its various exhibits and programs, the Prattauga Art Guild brings fine arts and art education to Prattville and the River Region. As a part of the Prattville Council for the Creative and Performing Arts, the Art Guild is funded by the City of Prattville.
Art Gallery at the Creative Arts Center
The Creative Arts Center is home to the Art Guild’s permanent collection of artwork by Prattville’s own internationally known artist Charlie “Tin Man” Lucas, Russell Everett (artist and stone sculptor of Troy University), artist and art educator Nancy Raia of Fairhope, and glass artist Zachary Wickham of Vermont.
Exhibits change throughout the year with guest artists as well as member shows. Although at this time there are no set hours of operation, the Gallery is open for tours, individual and group, by appointment. The exhibits are free and open to the public. For more information about the Gallery or about the Art Guild, email or call 334-358-0297.
The Gallery at the Creative Arts Center presents "Southern Viewpoints", a new exhibit featuring works by Peggy Milburn Brown and Walt Spratlan.
November 4-30, 2012
This exhibit features exquisite Southern landscapes, exotic flora and old and new architecture of the South, including familiar sites of Prattville.
Opening Reception: Sunday, November 4th, 2-4 p.m.
Creative Arts Center
342 Chestnut Street (behind City Hall)
Historic Downtown Prattville, Alabama
Prattville Creative Arts Center Hosts Free Holiday Art Events for Children
The Holiday Season is upon us...the Prattauga Art Guild and the Prattville Cultural Arts and Special Events office are hosting two free Holiday Art Events for children in Prattville and the surrounding communities. The Creative Arts Center on Chestnut Street behind City Hall will be alive with the excitement of children creating works of art to give as gifts or to cherish forever.
The first workshop will be held on Saturday, November 17, with artists Aimee Harbin and Barbara Simpson, both teachers at the Prattville creative Arts Center. There will be two sessions, 10am-11:30am and 1pm-2:30pm. The workshop is free and all supplies are furnished, but space is limited and preregistration is required.
Children will have another opportunity to be creative on Saturday, December 8, with artist Kellie Newsome, also an art teacher with the Prattville Creative Arts Center. There will be two sessions, 10am-11:30am and 1pm-2:30pm. The workshop is free and all supplies are furnished. Space is limited and preregistration is required.
To register for the free children's holiday events, please contact the Special Events office at 334/358-0297.
|Meetings: ||The Art Guild meets on the first Tuesday of each month, except July, at 6:30pm at the Center for the Creative Arts. |
|Eligibility: ||Anyone age 18 or older and not enrolled in high school is eligible for membership in the Prattauga Art Guild. |
|Fees: ||Membership is $35 for individual, $50 for family and $10 for college students. |
|Officers: ||Kellie Newsome, President |
Eric McGreevy, Vice President
John Pickens, Secretary
Julia Gibson, Treasurer
|Physical Address: ||Creative Arts Center, 342 Chestnut Street, Downtown Prattville |
|Mailing Address: ||Prattauga Art Guild, 101 West Main Street, Prattville, Alabama 36067 |
|Email: ||email@example.com |