Be a pART of something big! Double your donation on #GivingTuesday!

Click here to donate now The Decatur Arts Alliance brings the arts to our community 365 days a year. One special day, #GivingTuesday, is a day to give back. Your donation helps keep the Decatur Arts Festival free, brings sculptures to our public spaces, and funds seed grants for artists. Best of all, Decatur residents Doug . . . Read More

Supermoon Sunday: artist reception

Sunday, Dec. 3 • 4-6 pm The Dalton Gallery Dana Fine Arts Building Agnes Scott College 141 E. College Ave. Join us for the last supermoon of 2017, and the closing reception of “weatherwise otherwise: artists respond to climate change.” Enjoy snacks and beverages, and listen as artists discuss their works featured in the exhibition. . . . Read More

Outrepasser No. 2: New works by Deeds Aron Davis

A visual autobiographical study on being transgender and transitioning, Outrepasser No. 2 is a continuation of Davis’ exhibit of new work first shown at the Theatrical Outfit. This body of work explores the transgender experience using abstract expressionism and neo-expressionism to convey the complexities, heartbreak, and humor of being trans. Artist Statement For most of . . . Read More

Buy Your Wine Festival Tickets Online Now!

Nov. 4 • 12:30-4:30 p.m. On the square in Downtown Decatur • Rain or Shine Sip your way through nearly 500 wines from around the world. Local restaurants sell tasty offerings within the venue. Proceeds benefit Decatur Arts Alliance, which produces the Decatur Arts Festival and many other arts events, free to the community each year. Tickets . . . Read More

Decatur Wine Festival ArtWalk

November 3 • 5-10 p.m. Art. Fun. Refreshments. It’s free! Wine and art belong together. That’s why the Decatur Wine Festival kicks off with ArtWalk. Stroll around Decatur to visit any (or all 12) of this year’s art spots and enjoy exhibits and refreshments. Find a full list of participants and featured artists at decaturwinefestival.org.

Mind the Heart

Israeli artists Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan started Mind the Heart in response to their observation that as we get used to our surroundings, we no longer pay attention to them. We become less connected with the world around us, missing the changes that occur over time and the fleeting moments of beauty and wonder . . . Read More

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