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Northeast Georgia Arts Tour set for November 9, 10, 11

Oct 15, 2018 03:14PM ● By Tracy McCoy

Autumn’s brilliant colors are settling onto the North Georgia mountains, your hint that its time to take three days to see the scenery and take the opportunity to visit artists, across five counties in two states.

The Northeast Georgia Art Tour is presenting its 14th year of ‘where to go for art year round,’ the second weekend of November. Tour hours are: 1-5 p.m. Friday, November 9; 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, November 10 and 1-4 p.m. Sunday, November 11.

The self-guided tour features artist demonstrations at art galleries, local art museums and studios and potteries with additional stops at premier local wineries, restaurants, inns and beds and breakfasts.

A broad palette of art forms will be available, including paintings, pottery, sculptures, jewelry, glass work and mixed media,  photography, handcrafted furniture, as well as carved and turned wood,

Take in the spectacular autumn scenery including forests, lakes and rivers as you drive through the fantastic mountains in Georgia’s Habersham, Rabun and Towns, Union and White counties and in Clay County, N.C. Each Art Tour stop is marked by a vivid yellow Arts Tour sign.

Brochures featuring the tour, including a map keyed to art stops, dining and wineries and lodging are available at chambers of commerce, welcome centers and art tour stops. You can also download a brochure on-line at, or on Facebook/NGAARTSTOUR.

The Northeast Georgia Arts Tour, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting arts in the region, features twice annual art tour weekends, in June and November, for artist demonstrations and visitor opportunities.

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