Exhibitions


Roush Gallery
Let the imaginative world of pop-up books unfold before your eyes as you explore the playful illustrations and ingenious engineering that goes into each book’s creation. The exhibit is a fun adventure in art for the entire family. Sponsored by Dr. Tee & Dana Reeve.

Activities include story and craft time. This is a joint activity of the Carrollton Center for the Arts and Neva Lomason Library. This activity is associated with the Pop-Up, Peek, Push & Pull exhibition.

Learn some of the basic tricks for turning your drawings into three-dimensional works of art.
Fees: $10 (ages 8 – 17) and $20 (adults)

Gallery Play Saturdays are workshops designed to enhance a participant’s understanding of art on display during our gallery season. The activities are interactive and a great way to learn a new art skill. For more information, please contact Gallery Coordinator Marcella Kuykendall at mkuykendall@carrollton-ga.gov.

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A group exhibition featuring artists from the Art Takeover UWG Student Juried Exhibition. Artists Kara Hayden, Piper Heaton, Natalie Moreno, Nancy Vu and Brandon Young will each show a small body of work ranging from sculpture and video to printmaking, painting and digital art.

Roush Gallery
Verisimilitude brings together the work of artists Dominic Lippillo, John Morris, Casey McGuire and Mark Schoon to examine the authenticity of the photograph as a document of evidence and truth.


Inspired by the space and moon landing based photographs in Verisimilitude, this workshop teaches students to create miniature sets for imaginary photographic worlds. Each student will get a printed or emailed copy of their photo and are also welcome to bring cellphones and other photographic devices. All materials included. This may be an outdoor workshop depending on the weather.
Fee: $15

Gallery Play Saturdays are workshops designed to enhance a participant’s understanding of art on display during our gallery season. The activities are interactive and a great way to learn a new art skill. For more information, please contact Gallery Coordinator Marcella Kuykendall at mkuykendall@carrollton-ga.gov.

From playful abstracts and animals to personal perspectives, this exhibit expresses the imagination, talent and emotions of young artists in our community. Take the chance to see how the next generations of artists see the world. Bring your own young artists to allow them to see what their peers have been working on. 

Roush Gallery
An exhibition of contemporary glass works by Georgia artists, featuring stained glass and mosaic assembly, blowing, fusing, casting, and cold-working.

Local artists of all ages participate in our annual Greeting Card competition. All entries are part of the exhibition, including past winners, but one design is chosen to be the holiday card for the Carrollton Center for the Arts. This piece of work is purchased by the center to be part of their private collection.


This casual workshop is perfect for crafters, creatives and families. Access a variety of materials and make all kinds of cards for your friends and loved ones. All materials included. Small children will need to work with parents or older family members.
Fees: $10

Gallery Play Saturdays are workshops designed to enhance a participant’s understanding of art on display during our gallery season. The activities are interactive and a great way to learn a new art skill. For more information, please contact Gallery Coordinator Marcella Kuykendall at mkuykendall@carrollton-ga.gov.

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Great things really do come in small packages — like the little but mighty works by members of the Carrollton Artist Guild and Carrollton Writers Guild in this collection. All purchased items may be taken home immediately and make a great gift for friends, family…and yourself. This is the perfect opportunity for holiday shoppers to find amazing local artwork, poetry and stories for everyone on their list.

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A traveling statewide exhibit featuring the creative talents of Georgia artists of various ages who have disabilities. Artwork from a variety of media will be showcased. The show is organized by Georgia Artists with DisAbilities, Inc.

Roush Gallery
David Boyd Jr. ‘s “landscapes of rust” paintings are inspired by his nostalgic memories of growing up outside of Atlanta in a small town and work to preserve the rusting memorabilia of the rural South.

An annual juried exhibition sponsored by the Carrollton Center for the Arts and Kiwanis Club of Carrollton. The show is open to all high school students in Carroll County from public, private and homeschool settings. See the creative gifts local students possess and the many topics they are intrigued by. 
Homeschool students may contact the arts center at mkuykendall@carrollton-ga.gov to apply directly. Students in a school system must apply through their art teachers. 

Roush Gallery
This juried exhibition by members of the Carrollton Artist’s Guild explores how color is used as a driving force of design and concept in the visual arts. Members are challenged to explore how their medium can best utilize color to create, express and share stories.

Roush Gallery
Susan Lightcap creates elegant and wondrous figures from mixed media, recycled materials and found objects. These figures form representations of the Divine Feminine, a reminder of the beauty and worth of compassion, solace and peace.

Artists are swapping spaces for this exciting exhibit that allows the Carrollton Artist’s Guild and Carrollton Center for the Arts to partner with a regional arts organization to host exhibitions for each other within their local communities. This year the CCA is proud to present a group show by VAAL members. Stop in to see intriguing works by our creative neighbors. 

Roush Gallery
The Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, Southern Breeze Region, presents an exhibit featuring the artwork of children’s book illustrators living and creating in the Southeast.

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Mike Swafford’s works are an exploration of eye-catching objects and figures. He uses his paintings to investigate the use of vivid colors, texture and pattern that gives his subjects a bolder and brighter aesthetic.