Fine Arts Exhibition Call for Entries
We invite artists working in all media to submit entries for the juried Fine Arts Exhibition of the 2017 Decatur Arts Festival. This exhibition contributes a fresh and unique perspective to the festival and to an audience representing a broad spectrum of knowledge and appreciation of the arts, addressing this spectrum with a diversity of . . . Read More
Support the arts. Join, renew, or donate today!
If you’re a member of the Arts Alliance, thank you. If not, now is a great time to join, renew or make a donation at decaturartsalliance.org. Together we can continue to grow the arts in our community heart. The Decatur Arts Alliance works to ensure that art is at the heart of our community. And . . . Read More
Call for Artists: Decatur Arts Festival 2017 Artists Market
Location: Historic Old Courthouse Square, Decatur, Georgia (MAP) Requirements Images: Four (a booth shot is required) Artists Market Jury Fee: $30 You may submit up to three applications for this show. Application Deadline: 1/26/17 Midnight EST at zapplication.org The Decatur Arts Alliance invites you to apply for booth space in the 28th Annual Decatur Arts . . . Read More
Strength and Beauty
Opening reception: Friday, Dec. 9, 6-8 p.m. On view Dec. 9 through Jan. 21 Tuesdays through Saturdays, 10 am-4 pm Decatur Arts Alliance Gallery | 113 Clairemont Ave. Decatur artist and foster mom Julie Ann McKevitt created her Strength and Beauty series of acrylic paintings to illustrate the wide range of thought and emotions she’s discovered in . . . Read More
Opening reception: Monday, Nov. 7, 6-8 p.m. On view Nov. 7 through Dec. 2 Tuesdays through Saturdays, 10 am-4 pm Decatur Arts Alliance Gallery | 113 Clairemont Ave. Award-winning photo artist Elena Vizerskaya creates uncommon and often surrealistic worlds intended for the viewer to perceive intuitively, on an emotional level. These are special, dreamlike spaces, . . . Read More
on the wall
Decatur artist, Atlanta BeltLine muralist, and foster mom Julie Ann McKevitt found inspiration for her Strength and Beauty series of acrylic portraits in the strong and beautiful girls she has met. The striking portraits illustrate wide ranges of thought and emotion. A share of the proceeds from Julie’s exhibition will go to support her nonprofit, Paint Love, which provides creative outlets for youth. Read more here.