Thomasville Center for the Arts is dedicated to enriching creative life through the visual, performing, literary and applied arts. Thanks to our members, arts partners and sponsors, we are impacting the arts, bringing creative resources together and keeping creativity alive in our community.
Support provides grounding, stability, strength, sustenance. Center supporters are unique. We like to think of them as a “tribe”—Contagious energy, distinct style, passionately devoted to preserving the past and paving the way for the future with creativity.
Our steadfast and committed tribe is comprised of members, arts partners, event sponsors, and philanthropists. Over nearly thirty years, together we have formed the foundation from which we have built the most distinct arts experiences in the region.
Join the tribe and support the movement. Help us uphold the mission of providing a thriving community asset for our children and grandchildren to enjoy, just as the Center’s founders originally envisioned.
In 2017, the Center is embarking on the public phase of our Capital Campaign. Check back for specific giving opportunities and a comprehensive list of the capital improvements already completed and planned for the future. You may make a donation to our Capital Campaign through the Community Foundation of South Georgia.
Whether $5 or $5000, no gift is insignificant. General donations allow the Center to grow its creative footprint and build capacity by funding general operations, an exceptional team, and distinct experiences. Support Thomasville Center for the Arts!
Rather than general giving, our Partners choose to fund specific programs and experiences that align with their interests or mission. These Partners range from Program Partners who underwrite Center programs such as Art in the Afternoon, to THOM Partners who support the vision and purpose of a local art magazine.
The Center is a rich, creative environment for all! Sign up to volunteer today!
Anna Day, Development Manager
July 1 - September 30
August 9 - October 4
August 25 • 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm