Community Art Events

Mead Road Mardi Gras


2/10

The Mead Road Parade & Party brings the NOLA traditions of big bands and colorful costumes to Decatur in this annual community event benefiting music and arts programs in City Schools of Decatur.

Chinese New Year Celebration


350 Mead Rd, Decatur, Georgia 30030
2/16

Double Dragon is celebrating The Chinese New Year of the Dog with a Party on Friday, Feb. 16, featuring tasty traditional Lunar New Year Foods, menu specials, and a Lion Dance performance. Besides good food and bar drinks, you’ll also enjoy a Lion Dance performance by the Chien Hong School of Kung Fu – Atlanta, Georgia in . . . Read More

Weatherwise/Otherwise: Artists respond to climate change


141 East College Avenue, Decatur, GA 30030
9/14 - 12/9

The Dalton Gallery’s fall 2017 exhibition, weatherwise/otherwise: artists respond to climate change, features artists who observe varied facets of the weather and climate picture, and its impact on our planet, the human race, and other living things. Artists include: Peter Bahouth, Bruce Bobick, John Cargile, Mary Edna Fraser, Carolyn Halliday, Kathryn Kolb, Bettina Matzkuhn, Qavavau Manumie, Nathalie Miebach, Ohotaq Mikkigak, Ningiukulu Teevee, and Karen Reese Tunnell. This . . . Read More

Sycamore Holiday Camps – A Maize of Thanks


120 Sycamore Pl, Decatur, GA 30030
11/20-22

The Wampanoag Native American tribe of Massachusetts were the legendary people who first encountered the pilgrims from the Mayflower. Join Miss Ladybug and Co. as we reflect on this time of gathering with our loved ones and feasting on our harvest and look back on our shared history with Native Americans, celebrating the art, food, and . . . Read More

Author Event: John Boyne


308 Clairemont Ave, Decatur GA 30030
10/31/2017

New York Times bestselling author John Boyne discusses his new book, The Heart’s Invisible Furies, a sweeping, heartfelt saga about the course of one man’s life, beginning and ending in post-war Ireland. In Boyne’s most transcendent work to date, we are shown the story of Ireland from the 1940s to today through the eyes of one ordinary man. The . . . Read More