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News: ArtsATL launches our Spring Editorial Fund drive; help us continue our mission

ArtsATL has launched our annual Spring Editorial Fund campaign to help us continue to provide our comprehensive coverage of the arts community in Atlanta.

This year, we hope to raise at least $1,500 for each of our disciplines of coverage: Art + Design, Music, Theater, Dance, Film and Books.

ArtsATL is a nonprofit in our ninth year of operation, and we depend on donations, grants and advertising in order to provide our coverage of the arts. All donations will go directly to our editorial budget.

Each year, we publish more than 700 stories written by Atlanta’s top arts writers. From our exclusive behind-the-scenes story last year on the formation of Terminus Modern Ballet Theatre to our reviews of art gallery shows and theater performances to our coverage of small chamber music groups to our annual Luminary Awards, ArtsATL is critical to Atlanta’s arts ecosystem. We strive to be the bridge between artist and audience.

But we do need your financial support. Please help us in our mission and donate to the cause.

Here’s some of the testimonials we’ve received about ArtsATL:

“Where else would you go for arts news in Atlanta?”
Lucinda Bunnen
Photographer, philanthropist + arts advocate

“As an independent bookstore always looking to reach new audiences for author events, I count on ArtsATL’s coverage to connect with engaged, thoughtful readers across Atlanta and beyond.”
– Elizabeth Anderson
Executive Director, Charis Books

“I remember the first time I sat down to talk to someone from ArtsATL about the work I was doing as an artist and my interest in public art. The interest and support ArtsATL provided to me and Living Walls helped us get to a new level. Our audience did not just grow, but it also started to think critically about public art. I will forever be grateful for the space and time ArtsATL gave to Living Walls since the very beginning.”
— Monica Campana
Executive Director, Living Walls

“ArtsATL produced a video about T. Lang Dance, exquisitely capturing the intent and artistry of our work with an unmatched dedication to revealing the soul within a story.”
— T. Lang
Chair of the Spelman College Dance Department
Artistic Director, T. Lang Dance

ArtATL is tapped into the ATL creative community we’re looking to connect with. It’s the perfect place to meet our attendees where they are.”
— Mike Walbert
Executive Director, A3C Festival

ArtsATL has become a major player in the Atlanta Arts scene where all disciplines live and mingle! We have greatly benefited from the editorial coverage from ArtsATL and count on them as an integral outlet for connecting to the arts community in Atlanta!”
— Brian Clowdus
Founder and Artistic Director, Serenbe Playhouse

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