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Thomasville Center for the Arts

Published February 28, 2011


SER is always looking for innovative, original black and white images for our covers, especially work that represent the southeastern region of the United States. We will also consider submissions of art in any medium to feature within each print issue and in our online companion. Right now, we are especially interested in cartoons, comics, and graphic art.


Housed inside the historic East Side School, Thomasville Center for the Arts strives to fulfill and preserve not only the beloved building, but also the values of education, growth and community betterment upon which the school was built. East Side School, constructed in 1915, was the first school building in Thomasville built with public funding. In 1975 the school closed and fell into disrepair, but a group of citizens passionate about historic preservation rallied together to protect the school. This led to the building’s listing on the National Register of Historic Places and its renovation into a center with the original mission to enrich the quality of life for people of all ages in South Georgia and North Florida through cultural and educational experiences in the arts and humanities. This mission has guided us for more than two decades, and continues to be the driving force behind the Center.


requirement of submitting images


Please query the art editor at before sending a sample of your work.