Nearly 30 metro Atlanta arts organizations have launched the return of Atlanta Art Lives Here, a collaborative campaign raising awareness of the region’s vibrant arts and culture offerings.
Thousands of events happen each year at more than 450 metro Atlanta arts venues. Atlanta Art Lives Here (organized by Atlanta PlanIt, a service of Public Broadcasting Atlanta) will promote these events and Atlanta’s arts organizations through the end of the year on billboards, radio airwaves and online.
Atlanta Art Lives Here launched in 2011 to remind Atlantans how vital the arts are to the community and to encourage them to support their growth. The campaign has increased both its reach and number of participating organizations each year.
For more information about the campaign or to learn more about the participating organizations, find upcoming events to attend or enter the sweepstakes, visit www.atlantaartliveshere.com.
Participating Organizations: Alliance Theatre, Arts at Emory, Atlanta Ballet, The Atlanta Opera, Atlanta Radio Theatre Company, Atlanta Shakespeare Company, Atlanta Young Singers, Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, Center for Puppetry Arts, City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs, CORE, Decatur Arts Alliance, DeKalb Choral Guild, DeKalb Symphony Orchestra, Fabrefaction Theatre Company, FLUX Projects, Georgia Ballet, Georgia Ensemble Theatre, Georgia Symphony Orchestra, Center for Collaborative and International Arts (CENCIA) at GSU, Georgia State University School of Music, Horizon Theatre Company, Michael C. Carlos Museum, Rialto Center for the Arts at GSU, Roswell Cultural Arts Center, Serenbe Playhouse, Spelman College Museum of Fine Art, Underground Atlanta, Zuckerman Museum of Art at Kennesaw State University.
About Atlanta PlanIt:
Atlanta PlanIt is a unique Web site exclusively dedicated to arts and cultural entertainment information and organizations in the metro Atlanta region. Atlanta PlanIt promotes the work of more than 450 arts organizations and provides tools to easily find events, purchase tickets and learn about the vitality of the arts in metro Atlanta through its Atlanta Art Lives Here campaign. Atlanta PlanIt is a service of Public Broadcasting Atlanta and was established in 2004 by the Metro Atlanta Arts and Culture Coalition (MAACC). It moved to its current home at Public Broadcasting Atlanta in 2009.