The Bainbridge Firehouse Art Center is open 10am to 5PM. Michael Inlow, Director is usually there to greet visitors or artists. Our Kirbo Gallery is open on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., as well as on special downtown events or by appointment only.
*”Stopping at Ellis Island” Play at 6PM, May 16th
*”Creative Conversation” with Andrew Sabori, Artist and James McSweeney from National Archives at 6:30PM
*So So Van Gogh Class with Dargan Long, May 28th 6pm to 9PM. Acrylic painting with the Sunflowers in Vase as the subject.
*Summer Art Camp for Kindergarten thru 2nd Grade with Lynn Davis, Art Director. Time: 8am to 12Noon, June 17 thru 21st, which is already FULL and we have a Waiting List for a second class being formed for the following week. June 24th thru 28th.
*Summer Art Camp for 3rd thru 6th Graders with Lynn Davis, Art Director. 8am to 12noon, July 8 – 12th and/or July 15th thru 19th. the same curriculum will be taught for both weeks. You can go online and signup now for either week and tuition is $90.00 per student. Class size is capped at 15 students per class.
About our Gallery
With much appreciation to the Fogg Foundation for making the Bainbridge Art Gallery possible.
Our Mission Statement for the Firehouse Arts Center
“The Arts Council, true to its mission, offers a wide range of functions and events to the community. In the past it has received grants for art education in the Decatur County School System, sponsored concerts and cabarets, held readers theaters, displayed exhibits, housed the Georgia Historic Preservation workshop for area teachers, developed an educational series of noon brown-bags, and many other activities. The council will continue serving the community with it’s exceptional programming.”