Join the Decatur Arts Alliance as we host the closing reception for Agnes Scott’s fall exhibition, TRANSFORMERS: Artistic Alchemy. There will be artist talks and light refreshments. Don’t miss the final days of this dynamic exhibit! Closing Reception Sunday, Dec. 2 4-6 pm Dalton Gallery at Agnes Scott College 141 E. College Ave. Decatur, GA . . . Read More
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. The arts supported by the . . . Read More
Bread and Puppet Theater of Glover, Vermont is coming to Decatur this week with a new show, The Basic Byebye Show, a manifesto on transformation inspired by Albrecht Dürer’s apocalyptic woodcuts and the daily news. Admission is pay-what-you-can, with a suggested donation of $10-25, but no one will be turned away for lack of funds. The Basic . . . Read More
Nov. 3 • 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
Open now! See it at the Periodicals Gallery at the Decatur Library, 215 Sycamore St. in Decatur, Georgia.
Applications are due by Aug. 15 for the YEA! artists market and performance stage. Get the details here.
The Decatur Artway begins its fourth phase this fall by replacing the five outdoor sculptures in Oakhurst with five new sculptures. The Decatur Arts Alliance has issued a call for artists for sculptures to be placed in and around the Oakhurst neighborhood of Decatur for a two-year temporary exhibition. Apply to the call for artists here. Selected . . . Read More
Join the Decatur Arts Alliance and selected artists for brief discussions of the artists’ works. It’s your last chance to see this year’s intriguing collection of paintings, prints, photographs, sculpture and mixed media from regional and national artists. Find out more and take a peek at the exhibit here.
Known by her moniker, Jinx Remover, Heather Johnson is a self-taught Atlanta based artist who works in a variety of media to create the form and vision for each piece. She is primarily influenced by punk rock, mid-century modern ephemera, the surrealist pop art movement, and Robert Rauschenberg. Opening reception Friday, May 18, 6-8 pm . . . Read More
Memorial Day Weekend, May 26 and 27 | decaturartsfestival.com Come celebrate the arts! 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 . . . Read More