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Paint Love Exhibition: Collective Strength

The "Collective Strength" exhibition showcases work from professional artists in the Paint Love community as well as youth pieces from featured programs. The exhibit runs August 13-September 4. Videos of students contemplating 'why art matters' and 'how we can make our community a better place' will play during the exhibition, sharing their insight and inspiration.
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The Decatur Arts Festival Is Coming – In Early May!

The Decatur Arts Festival is moving up to Mother's Day Weekend! Come enjoy cooler weather and support the arts. The festival is free for all and will have a large artist market, live music, comedy acts, and theatre performances. Kids' even get their own festival on Saturday.
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Women Create: Art at Trinity

Join Trinity and Decatur Arts Alliance for a fun evening full of art, creativity, sips and light bites at an annual art show celebrating International Women’s Month! The show features paintings, ceramics, woodwork and jewelry by women artists, featuring Fossil and Hide, Silt Studio, Nancy Hostetter, Liefje Smith, Kylie Blue, Kelley Ayers Sheehan, with music by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra women’s Merian Ensemble.
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Decatur Arts Festival Poster Unveiling Party

Join us for the unveiling of the new Decatur Arts Festival poster on March 31 at the Decatur Arts Alliance and be among the first to see the poster for the 2022 Decatur Arts Festival. Beverages for the event will be provided by Decatur Visitors Center, and food is courtesy of Kelly's Market. FREE!
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Red, White, Pink or Bubbly? Take Your Sip(s) at the Decatur Wine Festival Nov. 6

Nov. 6 • Sip and support the arts! Enjoy an afternoon outdoors on the square in downtown Decatur sampling wine from around the world. All proceeds benefit the Decatur Arts Alliance, the nonprofit dedicated to bringing public art to the city of Decatur all year 'round.
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Saturday, Oct. 9 • Noon – 7 pm • Georgia’s largest organic, free-range, crowd-sourced music festival is the coolest neighborhood event ever. This year there will be 200 performances on porches and lawns all around Oakhurst. That’s roughly 30 performances every hour across a square mile! And it’s free!
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