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Women Making a Mark 2022 Breakfast


    The Women Making a Mark program celebrates the contributions and successes of women in metro Atlanta who have made a significant impact in our community. These honorees are committed to their profession, their community, and to helping Atlanta and its citizens. They exhibit tireless dedication, strong leadership, and impassioned goodwill. Past honorees make up a diverse group of business executives and owners, entrepreneurs, Supreme Court judges, doctors, lawyers, philanthropists, mayors, senatorial candidates, nonprofit leaders, and community volunteers.

    Photography by Jack Tuszynski


    Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Designer Showhouse VIP Preview Party


      The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Designer Showhouse is back, just in time to celebrate the Symphony’s 75th Anniversary! The festivities kicked off on Friday, February 28 with a VIP Preview Party. Guests were invited to tour the home before it officially opened to the public and mingle with the designers, builder and architect while enjoying cocktails and delicious hors d’oeuvres.

      The house is open for tours Thursday-Sunday through March 22. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets. Proceeds from the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Designer Showhouse will benefit the Symphony’s education and community engagement programs. You can also support the Symphony by making a donation here. 

      Thank you to our sponsors: Berkshire Hathaway Luxury Collection, Harrison Design, ADCO, ADAC, AmericasMart Atlanta, A Mindful Home, Benjamin Moore Paints, Better Tomorrow Solar, Big Ass Fans, Bill Lowe Gallery, Ciroc, Design Galleria Kitchen and Bath Studio, Electronic Home, Ketel One Vodka, Kingdom Woodworks, Nest Studio, NorthPoint Appliance, Porcelanosa, Temmer and Sub-zero, Wolf and Cove.

      Photography by: Ben Evans 

      2020 Atlanta 500 Reception


        On January 30, Atlanta magazine celebrated Atlanta’s 500 most powerful leaders with a reception at The Gathering Spot. The reception coincided with the release of the second annual Atlanta 500 publication, which profiles the 500 most powerful people in the city.

        Guests enjoyed a networking reception featuring live music, delicious drinks and food, a green screen photo booth and a trivia game from HyperChat social. John R. Seydel accepted a special lifetime achievement award on behalf of the Turner Family in recognition of their multi-generational commitment to our environment. Atlanta magazine also honored Alicia Philip as she retires from her position as the President of the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta.

        Congratulations again to everyone on our 2020 Atlanta 500 list!

        Thank you to our sponsors: The Gathering Spot, Oxygen Financial, Ketel One, Georgia Chamber, Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, Roche Bobois, Orchestrated Audiovisual & Production Services and the Jekyll Island Authority.

        Photography by: Jack Tuszynski