"TRANSGRESSION: An Unorthodox Reading Series, stands to stoke a fire in an exercise at elongating the city’s literary muscle. Conceptually, Carroll and Relyea share a vision, binding the book that is Atlanta’s literary community.
... His work gives credence to his natural desire to adequately express awe in the face of the sublime.
THAT UGANDA PLAY, playwright
Raven and Seagulls Playwright
Finding America's Common Ground
Meet Taria Camerino, the woman behind Sugar-Coated Radical
mission: to increase the awareness of noise-induced hearing loss, hearing loss prevention, and the use of earplugs among the music community
In our minds, what would life be if it not spontaneous, right?
a formal introduction ...
Printmaking has long suffered a chasm between understanding and assumption
Blurring the lines between design and art, Voyeur Designs has transformed empty storefronts of retail environments into focal points for the spaces they inhabit.
A production of fantastical whimsy ... The Navigator.
This culture of music in the forefront, after all, must have people in the back of it; making room for the opportunities, taking chances and working the long hours to give players and patrons that single and justly vital reason to embrace the city back.
Fresh Roots Farm is "developing an urban farming model that is independent, diversified and scalable", as well as totally accessible.
A force within herself, Sadie Hawkins commanded all eyes at the venue while also complementing the event's overall candor and celebration of creators in Atlanta.
Through artist residencies combined with outreach programs, The Creatives Project has cultivated an environment of giving and flourishing inherently fostered by a need for those exact type of exchanges.
Grant Park has had the distinct pleasure of playing home to Matt Arnett, who in turn has given back to the community through converting his humble abode into the beloved music venue Grocery on Home.
Chipper from the success of her well received Organismo, Adron has radiated an honesty that is undeniable and fiercely recognized all at once.
Jeffrey Bützer is not only nice but he is also pretty damn talented at weaving soundtracks for movies that don't quite exist in the general public's reality.
One of Atlanta’s most beloved and daringly extroverted staples, Cousin Dan, is a busy guy.