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Vote for Your Favorite Augusta Sculpture Trail Sculpture!

Have you visited all of the sculptures along the walkable Augusta Sculpture Trail in downtown Augusta, Georgia? Which ones are your favorites? The Arts Council wants to know! Pick your three favorite Sculptures from the Augusta Sculpture Trail. The winner will get a People’s Choice Award. You may only vote one time.


To vote, go to: augustaarts.com/poll/augusta-sculpture-trail-community-favorites-poll


Winners will be announced on the Augusta Sculpture Trail website and the May 14th Sculpture Trail Concert at the Saturday Market in downtown Augusta.

The sculptures are on loan to the City of Augusta for two years. Any pieces that are not purchased will be returned to the artists, and 10 NEW sculptures will come to Augusta in January 2023.

The Augusta Sculpture Trail

The Trail features 10 beautiful sculptures by nationally renowned artists on display in downtown Augusta from January 2021 through January 2023. Each month a special event will be held somewhere along the Trail. 


Augusta’s Sculpture Trail public art sculptures are placed at intervals that make for a fun and easy outdoor walking trail. Selected locations use City of Augusta sidewalks for access, making them fully accessible for everyone to enjoy. 


The digital walking tour produced by Otocast can be accessed from any mobile device and will help visitors learn specifics about each work of art while they explore the Augusta Sculpture Trail. It will include a variety of fun mobile activities for all ages, that will be added over the two year installation time.

Augusta is an Arts Destination City

Augusta, Georgia has a long history of being the birthplace and home to exceptional artists including James Brown, Jessye Norman, Jasper John, Frank Yerby, Laurence Fishburne, and Sharon Jones. It is a cultural jewel with a thriving arts community in all genres of the arts, award-winning arts festivals and lots of cultural attractions for locals and visitors. Public art has been experiencing exceptional growth, including murals and sculptures.