The award winning nonprofit Art as Agent for Change presents its inaugural A.A.C. Institute. The day long intensive challenges artists, teachers, activists, organizers, and dreamers  to build new programs and traditions in their host communities. The institute starts at 9am Saturday, September 20, 2014 in the Student Activities Center across from Georgia College’s front campus.

The BIG Question

Do you have a passion, but not the direction to start a project?

Perhaps it’s a public art project, a community outreach program, or a tradition you’ve been meaning to introduce.

The A.A.C. institute connects young passionate individuals in a day long challenge designed to test, refine, and strengthen the thoughts, actions, and strategies of social activists.

The Institute

Led by A.A.C. founder/executive director, Paul Ayo along with members of A.A.C.’s award-winning Do Not Stop the Progress Chapter, and other dynamic guest speakers, the A.A.C. Institute features challenges, interviews, presentations, discussions, and workshops designed to get ideas flowing and build a lasting network of arts activists

About A.A.C.

Art as an Agent for Change, Inc. is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization that provides solution based programming through the arts. This organization was founded in 2006 and overtime has developed a mission that supports artistic collaboration, community engagement, arts activism, and improving education through the arts.


More Details

The A.A.C. institute begins Saturday, September 20, 2014 at 8am. The event is free of charge and limited to twenty participants. Register for the conference by clicking the “Registration”  link below. Artists, activists, organizers, and dreamers, of all walks of life are welcome to attend the institute. Our institute is designed as a the initial step in building human connections that create a better world.