The Big Pop at East Decatur Station

Thursday, June 11, 6-9 pm • East College Avenue at New Street Pop on over for this one-night-extravaganza of art, music, food, and beer. It’s a free event for all ages. Grab something tasty from the Mobile Marlay and listen to P-Jazz perform live. See Ruth Franklin’s solo exhibition at the Three Taverns Brewery tasting . . . Read More

2015 Decatur Arts Festival

Downtown Decatur comes alive on Memorial Day weekend for the annual Decatur Arts Festival. The festival takes over downtown, extending from the Decatur Recreation Center to the downtown square, including East and West Ponce de Leon Avenue, Clairemont Avenue and the Dalton Gallery at Agnes Scott College. This year’s festival will be bursting with artful . . . Read More

Introducing The Decatur Artway

A brand new artful opportunity in the city of Decatur: The Decatur Artway kicks off this year as Decatur’s outdoor art gallery, featuring five selected sculptures scattered throughout the downtown square. Sculptures will be displayed on temporary loan for two years, creating a dynamic rotating collection of public art around town. The Artway will include . . . Read More

Purr: Dreams of Everyday House Cats

Tom Zarrilli, “The Mysterious Mirror of Mr. Wain,” 2014 An Exhibition at the Decatur Arts Alliance Gallery  |  May 8 – June 13 113 Clairemont Ave., Downtown Decatur Opening Reception: Friday, May 8, 6-8 pm On View: Tuesdays-Saturdays, 10 am-4 pm Purr, Dreams of Everyday House Cats, features paintings by Tom Zarrilli, an Atlanta-based artist, . . . Read More

Sightings – Opening March 20 at the DAA Gallery

Works by artist Terry Drahos Sightings features mixed media works by artist Terry Drahos, who divides her time between rural Nova Scotia and Atlanta. This series chronicles 13 years of travel between these two places – capturing split-second observations taken from car windows, walks, and moments at home. Drahos’ work is intuitive and spontaneous, inspired . . . Read More