Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, Augusta

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Architectural Building · Hidden Gem · Art Gallery
Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art is located in Augusta, Georgia, in the home of former Augusta Mayor and United States Senator Nicholas Ware. Olivia Herbert founded the Institute in 1937. The original name for the Institute was the Augusta Art Club; it was later renamed in memorial to Olivia Herbert's daughter, Gertrude Herbert Dunn. The two primary missions of the Institute are art education and visual arts exhibition.
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  • Beautiful historical home exterior! The interior wood trim and staircase are amazing! The home currently displays art on the second floor and displays a little art on the third...  more »
  • Nice place to visit and see the restored Federalist house. It is an active art institute with a gallery you can tour during certain hours. Parking is on the street.  more »
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  • Great ceramics studio! I've taken the independent study ceramics course for a few sessions now. The studio has tons of tools, wheels, glazes, and other equipment, and the staff is incredibly helpful, and the classes are well-priced. This is a great place to unwind and get creative!
  • Wonderful museum & gallery supporting the arts in our area

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