Since 2003 the Midtown theater’s Kendeda Graduate Playwriting Competition has identified some of the freshest young voices in American theater
This urban arcadia has augmented its plant collections with the gorgeous Kendeda Canopy Walk, an edible garden, and outdoor kitchen.
A recent Andy Warhol Foundation grant is boosting the mission of this non-collecting institution, which also offers educational programs and subsidized studios for fourteen resident artists.
As the High’s Fred and Rita Richman Curator of African Art, Carol Thompson has invested in exhibitions that garner national acclaim.
The anonymous artist Catlanta engages fans in scavenger hunt–as–art intrigue. He sends out clues for “kitten drops” via social media, then followers try to grab one before they run out.
Hosted by Burnaway arts critic Ed Hall, the Eyedrum Writers Exchange forum allows writers to get feedback on works in progress, or share writing that has influenced them.
Gold closed her gallery in 2009 but returned this summer with a new space in the Westside Cultural Arts Center, the exterior of which showcases a commissioned mural by HENSE and the 3,000-square-foot interior of which carries a mix of established and emerging talents.
Monica Campana presided over this city-as-gallery concept, bringing artists from around the world to create their art throughout Atlanta.
With its March 2011 move to Midtown, MODA upped its game to create a twenty-first-century venue—as much social hub as design nexus.
While many still think of the contemporary art gallery as a place to view new work and sip free wine, Poem 88 has moved beyond such a limited interpretation to embrace a variety of creatively augmented events.
Since opening in 2004, this inspirational nonprofit committed to advocating for arts, artists, and social change has hosted more than 1,000 music shows and 700-plus classes for artists.