Gallery Exhibits

Exhibits on display at the Cultural Arts Center of Douglasville/ Douglas County rotate every month to two months. Each exhibit is freshly coordinated, with certain exhibits returning annually or biennially: Youth Art Month every March, Winter Wonderland Holiday Exhibit featuring local students every December, National Juried Arts Show (NJAS) every September, a photography exhibit every Fall in honor of Photography month in November, and Douglas County Art Guild presenting a group show every other year.

You can stay updated with upcoming exhibits by checking our website Calendar of Events at, following us on social media, or checking your local listings and newspaper publications.  Become a member to receive personal updates, and have our newsletter and gallery postcard mailed to you every quarter.

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Youth Art Month RETURNS To The CAC!

The Cultural Arts Council of Douglasville and Douglas County (CAC) celebrated Youth Art Month with a reception and celebration on March 2nd. The night, hosted by Never Alone Clubhouse, was filled with excited parents and children alike. The CAC’s walls are filled with the works of students from kindergarten to high school!

The exhibit will be on display from March 1st to March 29th. Art teachers from over 10 schools in Douglas County engaged their students in projects to be showcased in the Annual Youth Art Month Exhibit. Featured in the exhibit are examples of sculpture, painting, drawing, mixed media, and so much more. Teachers spoke about how excited the children were to see their art in a gallery like the Cultural Arts Council.

Youth Art Month is a nationally celebrated program administered by The Council for Art Education (CFAE). Started in 1961 through The Art & Creative Materials Institute, this program continues to provide a way for youth to be represented in art shows, school exhibits, and community activities to encourage the creation, observation, and visual communication. Youth Art Month activities connect more than 800,000 K-12 students and over 200 art educators all across America.

The CAC truly believes art is instrumental to the development and success of a child’s life, providing critical thinking skills, a platform for expressing themselves, and encouraging children to learn more and explore the world around them. The CAC is proud to participate in this national effort and to recognize our local young artists with this exhibit. Our young artists today are our designers and visionaries of tomorrow. The arts are all around us, from our fashion to our furniture, advertisements and animations, and even the graphic designs we shop daily. Come view the collection of artworks from our local schools to see what the next generation is up to right here in Douglasville through March 29th!

Sponsored By…

The Never Alone Clubhouse RCO, the reception host, is a safe place for those recovering from mental health and a resource for individuals seeking rehabilitation and support. A recovery community organization (RCO) is a non-profit 501©(3) governed by peers in recovery providing recovery-focused programs that build community connections. The RCO provides activities, community education, outreach programs, peer-based recovery support services, and recovery coaching. You can reach The Never Alone Clubhouse at 770.485.1294 or the email or on the website at


Beloved Pets – An exhibit featuring our favorite pets!


Are you a fine artist interested in exhibiting at the Cultural Arts Center of Douglasville/ Douglas County? Send your artist statement, Gallery proposal, and images of your work to Program Coordinator Brittany Gilbert at Your work will be presented to the Gallery Committee for consideration in an exhibit over the next few years. Exhibits are planned up to three years in advance with attention to specific themes and can be subject to the organization by art forms. The Gallery Committee has the right to coordinate exhibits at CAC discretion, and a right to censorship of subject matter due to the nature of the gallery clientele and its attendees. Artists who are chosen for exhibitions must also note that the CAC has final approval of all artworks submitted.



Support for CAC exhibits is generously donated by Georgia Council for the Arts