Arturo Jacobus, who has served as president and CEO of Atlanta Ballet… The post Breaking News: Atlanta Ballet CEO Arturo Jacobus to retire at the end of the season appeared first on ARTS ATL.
The largest pool of federal arts funding in U.S. history sits untapped… The post Shuttered venues await federal relief money and wonder: Will it be enough? appeared first on ARTS ATL.
When a snowy owl touched down in Central Park last week, it… The post Hudgens’ “Three Billion” uses art to recall — and warn us — of lost, endangered birds appeared first on ARTS ATL.
Americans for the Arts partners with the National Lieutenant Governors Association (NLGA) to educate Lt. Governors, state leaders, and their staffs about the importance of the arts and culture in America. We were recently invited to write a strategy perspective on the importance of the arts in mental health, which NLGA …
“People think I sew, but that’s not really what I do,” Ruth… The post “Black Panther” designer Ruth E. Carter fashions portals to then, now and the future appeared first on ARTS ATL.
“Georgia on My Mind” is one of the well-known songs featured in… The post The Atlanta Opera’s new virtual offerings intended as “Love Letters” to the city appeared first on ARTS ATL.
Professional theater in Atlanta didn’t see any Suzi Bass Awards in 2020,… The post Suzi Awards recalculating the future, weighing board defections, equity, COVID appeared first on ARTS ATL.
A new collaborative program between Dance Canvas and Terminus Modern Ballet Theatre,… The post Dance Canvas, Terminus form CATALYST to mentor young Black ballet dancers appeared first on ARTS ATL.
Monday, February 1, 2021 Category: Americans for the Arts News Applications are being accepted for the 2021 Pérez Prize in Public Art & Civic Design will recognize an arts administrator with a track record of exemplary work in producing with intention to advance community, civic, or social good by implementing art-based processes …
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s webcast performance Thursday evening was a deck stacked… The post Guest conductor Gemma New, violinist Randall Goosby electrify Symphony Hall appeared first on ARTS ATL.