ArtsATL looks to the future, and Annual Fundraiser is your opportunity to help us grow.

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Lane has excelled as a dancer and a creator of dance. (Photo by Richard Calmes)
Atlanta’s Juel D.Lane, dancer and choreographer. (Photo by Richard Calmes)

We’ve kept you up to date on the news and issues that impact our arts community. We’ve reviewed more than 400 plays, dance and theater performances, musical concerts, books, films, art exhibits and buildings. We’ve brought you close to artists through interviews and behind-the-scenes stories. 

We have lots of plans for 2016. We will complete a major update to make our site mobile-friendly and easier to use. We will beef up our calendar page. We have plans to increase our offerings, including a lecture series highlighting Atlanta’s cultural history at locations around the metro area.

We cannot do this without your support. 

Please help sustain ArtsATL with a contribution to our Annual Fund. By investing in ArtsATL, you are investing in the arts in Atlanta.

“ArtsATL supports the Atlanta arts community at many levels, whether it is visibility, validation and feedback for artists and organizations or linking audiences and patrons to these groups,” says executive director Susannah Darrow. “It is important to us that this resource remains free.”

Serenbe Playhouse’s Secret Garden.
Serenbe Playhouse’s Secret Garden.

Possible Futures Foundation and the ArtsATL board of directors are matching the first $10,000, which means your donation could count twice!

Click here to help us continue to grow the arts in Atlanta. 

The historic Swan House served as the Capital and home of the evil dictator in Hunger Games.
Our film coverage included a story about Swan House as a setting  for The Hunger Games.

If you want to donate but can’t do it all at once, send back this pledge form and we’ll set you up to contribute in smaller amounts monthly or quarterly.

Sincerely,

ArtsATL Board of Directors

Mary Frances Callis (Chair), Kenzie Biggins, Susan Callaway, Bruce Cohen, Louis Corrigan, Luciano Giarrano, David Golden, Mark Goldman, Graydon Gordian, Charlie Henn, Baxter Jones, Christopher Lynn, Victoria Palefsky, Ellen Kierr Stein, Lee Tabb, Valerie Boyd (Emeritus), Sue Williams (Emeritus)

Sally Mann: Untitled from the “At Twelve” Series (Lithe and the Birthday Cake), 1983-1985 Image copyright of the artist and courtesy of Gagosian Gallery and Jackson Fine Art.
Sally Mann: Untitled from the “At Twelve” Series (Lithe and the Birthday Cake), 1983-1985
Image copyright of the artist and courtesy of Gagosian Gallery and Jackson Fine Art.

 

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