Kickstarter campaign to spark creative minds in Thomasville

Kickstarter campaign to spark creative minds in Thomasville
The Thomasville Center for the Arts is asking for donations to purchase new equipment for the studio.
The Thomasville Center for the Arts is asking for donations to purchase new equipment for the studio.
Darlene Blackman
Darlene Blackman

THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) - The Thomasville Center for the Arts hopes a Kickstarter campaign will attract more creative minds into the city.

Studio 209 on West Remington is currently undergoing renovation to welcome new artists with varying disciplines and backgrounds.

The studio acts as a space for people to come and interact with these artists and learn from their talents.

Now, the center needs your donations to help pay for necessary equipment.

Darlene Blackman, TCA Artist Program Director, said, “It's going to open up all sorts of opportunities for artists to collaborate and create together. Just lots of creative energy going on here in our building!”

You can go to

to donate to the campaign.

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