April 2020 Conference Postponed
-- New Dates To Be Announced --

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Did you know?

- Atlanta boasts more than 50 visual art galleries and more than 30 playhouses and theaters.

- The metro Atlanta region has more than 1,700 cultural nonprofit organizations, generating more than half a billion dollars in economic activity.

- Atlanta’s Midtown neighborhood features the largest concentration of arts facilities and organizations in the Southeast, with 25 different arts and cultural venues, more than 30 permanent performing arts groups, and 22 various entertainment facilities.

- Atlanta’s residing symphony, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, has won 17 GRAMMY Awards, more than any other U.S. symphony.

(C) 2016, Gene Phillips, Courtesy of ACVB & AtlantaPhotos.com
Credit: ACVB Marketing, Melissa McAlpine

While Atlanta is sprawling with towering buildings made of glass and steel, it is truly a city in the forest, dotted with expansive green spaces. This urban oasis is a multicultural haven for residents and visitors alike, yet exudes Southern hospitality. Individuals from all walks of life add to the city’s charm and personality.

Atlanta’s arts and culture scene is one of the most vibrant in the United States. The Woodruff Arts Center, the country's third-largest arts campus (comprised of the High Museum of Art, the Alliance Theatre and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra) draws more than 1 million visitors annually. 

Atlanta’s arts scene spreads well beyond the city’s world-class venues as a new wave of visual art installations and street murals have rolled in, adorning parks, walls, tunnels and walkways with color and jump-starting Atlanta’s independent artists’ scene. 

Atlanta’s rich history comes to life in Sweet Auburn Historic District, once the wealthiest black community in America. The area is a focal point for the American civil rights movement, as the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park and Ebenezer Baptist Church are located within the district.

Beyond the city’s core, Atlanta’s  intown neighborhoods  are packed with personality. Midtown mixes elegance with culture. The Westside has become a magnet for foodies, design enthusiasts and shoppers. Buckhead blends boutiques and galleries with fabulous dining, while Little Five Points keeps it funky with eclectic shops and music spots.

In Atlanta, chef-run restaurants dish up modern American cuisine in strikingly beautiful spaces. Among the cutting-edge eateries are cozy diners, cafés and bistros. The ethnic mom-and-pop restaurants along Buford Highway offer menus with lots of flavor. Locally-owned craft breweries sprinkle the city, creating an unofficial ale trail for visitors to enjoy.

This only scratches the surface! We can't wait for you to come and explore all the city has to offer. Come visit, y'all!

(C) 2019 Atlanta Shakespeare Company, The Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse

Welcome to Atlanta!

Credit: ACVB Marketing, TJ Jackson

April 2020 Conference Postponed
-- New Dates To Be Announced --

Credit: ACVB Marketing, Melissa McAlpine