August Pop Ups! More chances to eat, shop, and party!

Another Chance to Eat, Shop, and Party!

The Cultural Arts Council of Douglasville/ Douglas County (CAC) continues with Pop Up Summer adventure for the community! The “How I Got Over – A Lockdown Collection” opening reception was a discussion-packed, visually rich and literally delicious event. If you missed the reception, you still have the month of August to visit for a walk through. Weekdays through August 25, six artists have work on display reflecting on overcoming the quarantine— “How I Got Over; A Lockdown Collection” August’s exhibiting artists include Tiffany Charesse, rEN Dillard, Akua Hardy, Crystal Jin Kim, Joseph McKinney, and Sean Mulkey.

What better time to come view the artwork than when there’s food, live music, local businesses to shop, and a Tiny Fundraiser artwork to collect? August 12 and August 19, from 5-7 pm the CAC will keep its doors open for community fun. Events at the CAC are always free and open to the public, with plenty of parking provided for guests.

The Tiny Fundraiser comes to the center every year, but you’ve never seen it like this before! Vendors are setting up on the front lawn Thursdays, with music playing on the porch, and food for guests. Artists have turned in their 6×6 works of art to be displayed for the months of July and August. The artworks are sold for $20 each to support the events and programs provided to the community by the Arts Council. On August 12, 5-7 pm, you can order delicacies from the Hud Truck, Sweet Sisters Ice Cream, Bedelia’s Bees, and shop from The Peach Mitten, Painted 2 Perfection, Paparazzi $5 Jewelry, The Memory Bunny, Natural Gifts, BellaJai & Co., Something Unique, My Sister’s Keeper, and much more.

Nichols Center, one of the CAC’s Satellite organizations, will host the evening of August 12. The Nichols Center will have succulents and unique gifts to peruse. The Nichols Center offers support for families affected by substance use disorder and mental health through treatment planning, community linkage, and educational awareness. For more information, contact Tara Nichols at

The Cultural Arts Council of Douglasville/ Douglas County, located at 8652 Campbellton Street in historic downtown Douglasville, Georgia, is open Mondays through Fridays, 9 am to 5 pm. For directions and more information, visit or contact the Cultural Arts Council at 770.949.2787.

The mission of the Cultural Arts Council of Douglasville/ Douglas County is to nurture, guide and stimulate the enjoyment of and participation in the arts among Douglas County residents by providing an atmosphere conducive to the arts, broadening the spectrum of quality exhibits and performances available to the community, and fostering individual interactions with the arts through a wide range of satellite groups. The Cultural Arts Council is supported in part by the City of Douglasville and the Douglas County Board of Commissioners.