Organization Contacts
City Springs Theatre Company
City Springs Theatre Company was formed in 2017 by Sandy Springs residents Jan Collins, Steven Hauser, and Peggy and Jerry Stapleton in response to the needs and desires for high quality musical theatre produced locally and highlighting regional talent. Through its affiliation with the brand-new Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center, City Springs Theatre is committed to artistic excellence, community engagement, and educational initiatives for all ages.
6065 Roswell Road
Suite 540
City of Marietta Parks, Recreation & Facilities Department
Marietta Parks, Recreation & Facilities Department seeks to provide safe and enjoyable recreation and leisure opportunities for a diverse population, increase tourism, initiate beautification projects, and promote environmental awareness.
City Hall
205 Lawrence St.
MARIETTA Cobb, GA 30060
Cobb County Parks, Recreation & Cultural Affairs
Cobb County Parks, Recreation & Cultural Affairs strives to provide instructional, competitive and social activities for people of all ages. Cobb's facilities provide the opportunity for Cobb County citizens to use their leisure time in a constructive, healthy, gratifying and inexpensive manner and give the county's youth the body-building and mind-expanding opportunity to pursue the recreational activity of their choice.
1792 County Services Pkwy.
MARIETTA Cobb, GA 30008


Clark Atlanta University
Clark Atlanta University, formed in 1988 as a result of the consolidation of two independent historically black institutions - Atlanta University and Clark College - is a United Methodist Church-related, private, coeducational, residential and comprehensive urban research university. The university offers undergraduate, graduate, professional and non-degree certificate programs. Clark Atlanta University is an institution of high research activity characterized by a focus on the intellectual and personal development of each student.
223 James P. Brawley Dr. SW
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30314
The Center for Collaborative and International Arts (CENCIA)
The Center for Collaborative and International Arts (CENCIA) is a research center in the College of Arts and Sciences at Georgia State University. It brings together creative writers, visual artists, composers, musicians, filmmakers and scholars engaged in arts-related research with scholars in disciplines across the academy. CENCIA's primary mission of enriching campus and community life through engagement in the arts is changing the nature of research on campus by placing emphasis on connecting arts research to the public they serve. Their overriding research concerns remain: How does this arts research affect the community? How does it affect this city and other cities? How does it affect the world?
Georgia State University
P.O. Box 4097
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30302
Central Atlanta Progress
Central Atlanta Progress, founded in 1941, is a private, not-for-profit corporation that strives to create a robust economic climate for Downtown Atlanta.
84 Walton St. NW
Suite 500
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30303
Callanwolde Concert Band
Callanwolde Concert Band is an independent community concert band of adult musicians who decided not to give up music after graduating from school. Formed in 1972 as a summer program of the Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, the band has operated as an independent non-profit corporation since 1984. The alliance with the Callanwolde Fine Arts Center continues in the form of formal concerts at the center and mutual support for a strong performing arts presence in the community. The band is known throughout Georgia for its high level of musicianship and audience appeal.
4656 Norwalk Rd.
DUNWOODY DeKalb, GA 30338
The Celtic Company
The Celtic Company brings Atlanta traditional music and dance from the Celtic lands and beyond. Their ensembles and artists perform regularly around town, as well as in their annual holiday tradition, "Atlanta's Celtic Christmas." It is a high-spirited celebration with a cast of singers, dancers and musicians from around the world.
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30317
Coro Vocati
"Vocati" is Latin for "the called" — Coro Vocati seeks to provide a professional quality choral experience for gifted musicians who understand their "Call" to serve as music educators, church musicians, vocal teachers singers and conductors. Coro Vocati's purpose is to create a workshop in rehearsal and concert for the inspiration and continuing education of music educators and professional musical colleagues. Coro Vocati is comprised of musicians from both the Atlanta and Macon areas. From diverse backgrounds, the singers offer their gifts in service to music.
Choral Guild of Atlanta, Inc.
For many years, the Choral Guild of Atlanta has given metropolitan Atlanta, Europe and Australia a taste of exemplary, diverse choral music. Originally organized by the Atlanta Music Club in 1939, the amateur chorus gained a position of importance in the musical life of Atlanta, and today it is one of the oldest and most widely recognized independent choral groups in the United States.
P.O. Box 550772
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30355
Chamber Cartel
Chamber Cartel is a group of adventurous musicians dedicated to propagating new and experimental music in Atlanta while challenging the notion that classical music is boring, obtuse and inaccessible. Born of the idea that contemporary classical and experimental music should have a more substantial presence in the Atlanta music scene, Chamber Cartel aims to perform this music for those who may never have heard of it or even known that it exists.
Cobb Wind Symphony
Formed in September 1999, Cobb Wind Symphony is comprised of adult musicians from all over the Atlanta area. It was created to provide a musical outlet for musicians of Cobb County and the Atlanta area and as a means to further the development of band music. Members benefit from the positive musical experiences brought about by making music in the spirit of camaraderie and from the opportunity to serve the community through a life-long love of music with concerts in local schools and outdoor venues.
P.O. Box 965661
MARIETTA Cobb, GA 30066
Cobb County Public Libraries
Cobb County established a library through the Board of Education in 1948. In 1957 a Cobb County-Marietta Public Library Board was organized. Finally, in 1959, the city of Marietta and Cobb County combined bringing the Clarke, Fort Hill and Marietta Place libraries into the Cobb County system. In short order library service began to grow throughout the entire county.
266 Roswell St.
MARIETTA Cobb, GA 30060
Capitol City Opera Company
Capitol City Opera Company was formed in 1983 to provide classically trained singers in the Atlanta area with the opportunity to learn and perform complete opera roles as well as develop post-graduate vocal and acting skills on a professional level. Since its inception, the company has flourished as the only opera company in the Southeast that primarily helps local singers establish their careers.
1266 West Paces Ferry Rd. NW
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30327
Founded in 1980 by Sue Schroeder and Kathy Russell, CORE (formerly Several Dancers Core) has grown into a multifaceted dance organization with homes in two cities that also generates connections throughout the world. CORE is a stable arts organization that provides opportunities, programs and support for artists, students and populations in isolation. CORE Performance Company, the professional contemporary dance company of CORE, focuses on creation through intentional collaboration and performance of new and innovative dance.
P.O. Box 2045
DECATUR DeKalb, GA 30331
Chastain Arts Center
Chastain Arts Center has provided exceptional art classes and exhibits for more than 35 years, making it one of Atlanta's oldest community arts centers. It has classes for all ages and all skill levels in a variety of fine arts and crafts. Exhibits in the adjacent gallery and throughout the center showcase both the work of outside artists and artwork created by instructors and students.
135 West Wieuca Rd. NW
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30342
Cobb Landmarks and Historical Society
For more than 30 years, Cobb Landmarks and Historical Society has promoted the preservation of historic structures significant to Cobb County's rich heritage. Through thoughtful leadership, advocacy and public education, Cobb Landmarks ensures that the region's culturally relevant buildings and sites continue to enhance the county's quality of life, economy and tourism.
30 Atlanta St. SE
MARIETTA Cobb, GA 30060
Castleberry Hill Historic Art District
Castleberry Hill is a unique urban community and burgeoning arts district with a strong historic identity. Many of the early 20th century warehouse buildings forming continuous frontages along the streets have been converted to lofts and are now the predominate housing type. The population is culturally diverse, and the area is continuing to grow in both the number of residents as well as retail and other establishments. The area near the intersection of Peters Street and Walker Street is home to a growing number of small art galleries, restaurants, boutiques and lofts.
Peters St. SW and Walker St. SW
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30313
City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs
The City of Atlanta's Office of Cultural Affairs works to enhance Atlanta's reputation as a cultural destination. The OCA supports programs that educate and expose the public to a rich and diverse range of cultural expressions through a variety of initiatives.
233 Peachtree St. NE
Suite 1700
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30303
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
The Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre is the first major performing arts facility built in metro Atlanta in four decades and a premier venue for Broadway shows, ballet, concerts, educational shows, family performances and opera.
2800 Cobb Galleria Pkwy.
ATLANTA Cobb, GA 30339
Center for Puppetry Arts
Center for Puppetry Arts is a unique cultural treasure - a magical place where children and adults are educated, enlightened and entertained. The Center opened to the public on September 23, 1978, when Kermit the Frog and his creator Jim Henson cut the ceremonial ribbon. Since then, the Center has introduced millions of visitors to the wonder and art of puppetry and has touched the lives of many through enchanting performances, curriculum-based workshops and the hands-on museum, as well as distance learning and outreach programs. The first puppetry center in the United States, today it is the largest American organization solely dedicated to the art of puppet theater.
1404 Spring St. NW
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30309
The Children’s Museum of Atlanta
The Children's Museum of Atlanta strives to spark imagination and inspire discovery and learning for all children through the power of play. The museum accomplishes this goal by providing a world of hands-on, memorable opportunities for children ages 8 and under and their grown-ups. The Museum invites visitors to look, hear, touch, explore, create and share in an environment of open discovery.
275 Centennial Olympic Park Dr. NW
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30313
Callanwolde Fine Arts Center
The Callanwolde Foundation, Inc., operating as Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, is a non-profit organization that strives to preserve, restore and develop the Gothic-Tudor style Callanwolde Estate and to be a premier public participatory arts and cultural center. Callanwolde offers classes and workshops for all ages in visual, literary and performing arts. Special performances, gallery exhibits, outreach programs and fundraising galas are presented throughout the year.
980 Briarcliff Rd. NE
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30306
Chattahoochee Nature Center
The mission of the Chattahoochee Nature Center is to provide unique learning experiences focused on the Chattahoochee River that connect people to the natural world and empower them to positively impact their local environments.
9135 Willeo Rd.
ROSWELL Fulton, GA 30075

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