(AUGUSTA, GA) The Augusta Photography Festival, Inc. presents "Reframing the Subject: Photographing Transformation in Laney Walker/Bethlehem" September 27-29, 2013. This weekend-long event kicks off Friday evening at 7:00 PM with a talk on the history of Augusta’s African-American neighborhoods by Dr. Lee Ann Caldwell, chairman of the Center for the Study of Georgia History, Georgia Regents University. For photo workshop registration and more information, visit http://augustaphotofestival.org.
(AUGUSTA, GA) The Greater Augusta Arts Council will hold the 33rd Annual Arts in the Heart of Augusta Festival in historic downtown Augusta, GA, September 20 – 22, 2013, to take place on the Augusta Common adjacent to Broad Street.
(AUGUSTA, GA) Garden City Jazz is thrilled to announce it Jazz on Pine concert series, a four-week celebration of local jazz talent, to take place this October in the Heritage Pine pocket park.
(AUGUSTA, GA) The Morris Museum of Art is featuring photographer Greg Kinney discussing his exhibit entitled "Formal Candids," Friday, September 27th at noon.
(AUGUSTA, GA) This week’s mayoral focus is a conversation between Mayor Deke Copenhaver and John Dubia regarding the recent TechNet Conference in Augusta.
(AUGUSTA, GA) The Georgia Association of Housing and Redevelopment Authorities (GAHRA) Annual Conference will be held in Augusta, September 22-24, at the Marriott and Conference Center. The conference will feature presentations on the Laney Walker/Bethlehem and other redevelopment activities underway in Augusta. http://www.gahra.org/
(AUGUSTA, GA) The Augusta Chronicle recently reported that the National Association of Home Builders now considers Augusta to be an improving housing market. The two-year-old index is designed to track housing markets throughout the country that are showing signs of improving economic health.
(AUGUSTA, GA) Recent economic data provided by the Hull School of Business indicates that the employment index for Augusta has reached its highest point since the fall of 2008.
(AUGUSTA, GA) The City of Augusta will hold its first-ever TED talks conference on January 30, 2014, with will take place at the Augusta Library on Telfair Street. For more information:
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