Augusta Free Press to launch new interview presentation series

Augusta Free Press to launch new interview presentation series


afpbanner.gifWaynesboro-based artist and professional illustrator Cortney Skinner will be the subject of the inaugural Conversations With … being sponsored by Augusta Free Press Publishing scheduled for Friday evening.
The live interview presentation will be held at Augusta Free Press Publishing at 539 W. Main St. in Downtown Waynesboro.
The interview presentation will begin at 6:30 p.m. – and will be held in conjunction with the monthly Third Fridays series sponsored by the Waynesboro Cultural Commission, Waynesboro Downtown Development Inc. and the Wayne Theatre Alliance.
Admission is free.
Skinner and Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham will talk about Skinner’s works and his long career in the world of illustrating, which dates back to the 1970s.
Several pieces from Skinner’s portfolio will be on display – and Skinner will discuss them during the interview presentation.



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