Welcome to the Auburn Arts Association!
The Auburn Arts Association (AAA) was founded as a non-profit, volunteer, community-based arts organization. It thrives on the mission of “Building Community through the Arts.” The AAA works closely 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 the Auburn community’s cultural life.
Auburn Parks and Recreation is offering summer programs. Programs and classes will continue to be added throughout summer. Click on the link below to view all programs offered.
COVID-19 Artist Resources
We know that artists, arts organizations and arts-related businesses are facing significant financial challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The AAA along with the JDCAC are consistently reviewing local, state and national resources for information relevant to our local and regional artists. We have also provided art education resources for distance learning from home.
The AAA will continue to update this page with information available to our arts community.
Arts-Related COVID-19 Informational Sessions and Webinars
ArtsU webinars related to COVID-19: Find free on-demand and live ArtsU webinars that focus on different aspects of COVID-19.
National Arts Action Digital Summit: Registration is open for the first-ever National Arts Action Digital Summit taking place April 27–May 1. There is a free session that focuses on COVID-19.
Resources for Nonprofit Arts and Cultural Organizations
Resources for Art Education – Distance Learning from Home
Resources and Funding for Individual Artists
For more information about the Jan Dempsey Community Arts Center or any upcoming exhibits and events, you can follow the Auburn Arts Association on Facebook as well as visit www.auburnalabama.org/arts.