After 86 years, the Atlanta Dogwood Festival is facing an uncertain future. Read Maria Saporta’s conversation with the Festival’s executive director, Brian Hill.
After 86 years, the Atlanta Dogwood Festival is facing an uncertain future. Read Maria Saporta’s conversation with the Festival’s executive director, Brian Hill
By Guest Columnist DERIN DICKERSON, outgoing chairperson of Dad’s Garage Being a leader in the arts is not an easy job, and especially so over the last year dealing with COVID-19.
By Guest Columnist MATTHEW TERRELL, communications director for Dad’s Garage Theatre and a working artist in several mediums Government funding for the arts makes our communities better. Arts funding is a relatively small sliver of the ...
The COVID-19 funding relief package now being distributed is more exact in its rules about a required report on UFOs than it is on application guidelines for operators of arts and entertainment venues.
The Woodruff Arts Center saw its credit outlook downgraded from stable to negative as analysts expect further weakening in revenues. In addition, revenues had been declining for years before COVID-19, Woodruff has disclosed to investors.
Vocalist Sofia Talvik had barely gotten the words out of her mouth – her winter tour begins in a few days – when her adopted homeland locked down again to curb a COVID-19 spread.
As Atlanta struggles with the idea of equitable development in blighted areas, such as along the southern crescent of the Atlanta BeltLine, efforts in Washington, Detroit and Boston present real-time examples.
What an amazing turnaround. Black-led arts organizations heralded the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta support for diversity in its latest round of funding through its Metropolitan Atlanta Arts Fund.
Yehimi Cambrón is a visual artist making her way through these rocky times, painting murals intended to convey the immigrant narrative and help “redeem the soul of America.”
A social media exchange among black arts organizations has taken the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta to task.
“I wish you’d broken all the rules” is a haunting refrain in a memorial written by a Swedish performing artist whose friend died of a heart attack, and not COVID-19, after the South by Southwest ...
Responding to a critical need of Atlanta-based arts and cultural institutions, WarnerMedia and AT&T are establishing a COVID-19 relief fund of $250,000.