WILDLIFE ARTS adult workshops

Fine Art Show & Scouts Market
Saturday, November 19  |  10 am – 5 pm  |  Free
Sunday, November 20  |  12 – 5 pm  |  Free

Every fall Thomasville welcomes the arrival of world-renowned wildlife artists from near and far to Wildlife Arts Festival, now embarking on its 27th year. A true celebration of Thomasville’s sporting culture during a long weekend in November, at the start of Georgia’s Quail season, through a Fine Art Show, experiences that celebrate the land, workshops led by artists and designers and family friendly events.

WAF Wrkshops Sponsors2

Women of Wildlife Art Workshop

Saturday, November 19  |  10 am
Thomasville Center for the Arts

Grab a friend and come ready to adorn your favorite hat with feathers and flourishes! Create a one-of-a-kind hatband with wildlife artisan Suzette Bussey at this 90-minute workshop complete with refreshments, tools and swag. Advance purchase only, no tickets sold at the door.

Presented by ASHLEY.

WAF Wrkshops Sponsors2

Creative Covey Floral Workshop

Saturday, November 19  |  1 pm
Sunday, November 20  |  3 pm
Thomasville Center for the Arts

Florist Farmer Amanda Rodgers will guide you through the creation of a professionally designed arrangement or wreath to bring natural elements into your home. Advance purchase only, no tickets sold at the door.

Presented by ASHLEY.

WAF Land Lore Sponsors

Land + Lore Lectures

Saturday + Sunday, November 19 + 20  |  12pm + 2 pm + 4 pm
Thomasville Center for the Arts  |  Free

Storytellers & experts from Tall Timbers Research Center, Aucilla River Research Center, Quail Forever, The National Wild Turkey Federation, Georgia River Network & Georgia Department of Natural Resources share expertise about conserving our regional ecosystems. Special guest Durrell Smith of The Sporting Life Notebook will podcast live!

Presented by The Wright Group.

12 pm | Quail Forever
2 pm | Aucilla River Research Center 
4 pm | Longleaf Alliance / Georgia Dept. of Natural Resources | “Indigo” Southeastern Film Premier

12 pm | Georgia River Network | “Okefenokee Destiny” Film Screening 
2 pm | Tall Timbers Research Center 
4 pm | National Wild Turkey Federation 

WILDLIFE ARTS adult workshops

Every fall Thomasville welcomes the arrival of world-renowned wildlife artists from near and far to Wildlife Arts Festival, now embarking on its 27th year. A true celebration of Thomasville’s sporting culture during a long weekend in November, at the start of Georgia’s Quail season, through a Fine Art Show, experiences that celebrate the land, workshops led by artists and designers and family friendly events.

Women of Wildlife | Art Workshop
Saturday, November 19 | 10 am
Thomasville Center for the Arts

Grab a friend and come ready to adorn your favorite hat with feathers and flourishes! Create a one-of-a-kind hatband with wildlife artisan Suzette Bussey at this 90-minute workshop complete with refreshments, tools and swag. Advance purchase only, no tickets sold at the door. Presented by ASHLEY.

Creative Covey | Floral Workshop
Saturday, November 19 | 1 pm
Sunday, November 20 | 3 pm
Thomasville Center for the Arts

Florist Farmer Amanda Rodgers will guide you through the creation of a professionally-designed arrangement or wreath to bring natural elements into your home. Advance purchase only, no tickets sold at the door. Presented by ASHLE

Land & Lore Lectures
Saturday & Sunday, November 19 & 20
12 pm, 2 pm & 4 pm
Thomasville Center for the Arts | Free

Storytellers & experts from Tall Timbers Research Center, Aucilla River Research Center, Quail Forever, The National Wild Turkey Federation, Georgia River Network & Georgia Department of Natural Resources share expertise about conserving our regional ecosystems. Special guest Durrell Smith of The Sporting Life Notebook will podcast live! Presented by The Wright Group.

12 pm | Quail Forever
2 pm | Aucilla River Research Center 
4 pm | Longleaf Alliance / Georgia Dept. of Natural Resources | “Indigo” Southeastern Film Premier

12 pm | Georgia River Network | “Okefenokee Destiny” Film Screening 
2 pm | Tall Timbers Research Center 
4 pm | National Wild Turkey Federation