Organization Contacts
Fernbank Museum of Natural History
Fernbank Museum of Natural History's mission is to inspire life-long learning of natural history through dynamic programming and to encourage a greater appreciation of the planet and its people. Explore cultural treasures and ancient fossils, experience the thrill of a film in the IMAX® Theatre, enjoy science interactives, and marvel at the largest dinosaurs ever discovered. With distinctive special exhibitions, there’s always something new to discover.
767 Clifton Rd. NE
ATLANTA DeKalb, GA 30307
404-929-6300
Full Radius Dance
Full Radius Dance is a modern dance company founded in 1990 that creates, commissions and performs work that challenges prevailing attitudes about disability and dance. The shows are mature and choreographically complex, celebrating technique, physicality and inventive new movement possibilities. The focus is on skill and artistry; the fact that some of the dancers use wheelchairs is secondary.
P.O. Box 54453
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30308
404-724-9663
Ferst Center Presents
Ferst Center Presents is dedicated to bringing world-class performances and artist residency programs to the Georgia Tech campus that will enhance the learning experience of the student body, serve as a bridge to the surrounding community, and engage artists. Ferst Center Presents produces an outstanding season of music, theatre, dance and opera performances featuring local organizations and national performers. The wide selection of musical genres includes jazz, classical, blues, bluegrass, folk and pop. Additionally, the Georgia Tech Music Department performs several concerts at the Ferst Center throughout the year, and DramaTech, the campus theatre group, performs their season at the DramaTech Theatre located within the Ferst Center.
349 Ferst Dr. NW
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30332
404-894-9600

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Frameworks Gallery
For more than 30 years, Frameworks Gallery has displayed a wide variety of artistic media in a warm and friendly atmosphere. It is known for showing the latest original art in the Southeast and introducing novice art buyers to the process of collecting fine art of all mediums and styles, including oil and acrylic paintings, pottery and raku, watercolors and lithographs, pastels, etchings, and studio glass vases.
1205 Johnson Ferry Rd.
Suite 110
MARIETTA Cobb, GA 30068
770-973-6701
Fulton County Arts Council
The Fulton County Arts Council (FCAC) is a cultural leader in Fulton County and the largest funder of the arts in the State of Georgia. The FCAC assists the Fulton County Commission in the development of public policy on public support for the arts industry, makes recommendations to Fulton County Commissioners on funding the arts, and generally oversees the development and implementation of publicly assisted programs that address the diverse cultural needs of Fulton County's citizenry. Through the work of five community arts centers, contracts for services art funding, and arts education programs, the FCAC strives to better the lives of Fulton citizens.
141 Pryor St. SW
Suite 2030
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30303
404-612-5780
Fox Theatre
Atlanta's fabulous Fox Theatre, originally the Yaarab Temple Shrine Mosque, was designed in the late 1920s as headquarters for the 5,000-member Shriner's organization. It was a beautifully grandiose monument to the heady excesses of the pre-crash 1920s with its mosque-like structure complete with minarets, onion domes and lavish interior decor. Its indoor Arabian courtyard features a sky full of flickering stars and magically drifting clouds, a spectacular striped canopy overhanging the balconies, and stage curtains depicting mosques and Moorish rulers in hand-sewn sequins and rhinestones. The interior is also a masterpiece of trompe l'oeil; false beams, false balconies, false tents, ornate grillwork hiding air conditioning and heating ducts. Virtually every practical feature was disguised with artistic fantasy, and nothing - no space, no furniture, no hardware - escaped gilt, tile or geometric design. Today, The Fox Theatre is one of Atlanta’s premiere venues for live entertainment. Its 4,678-seat theatre hosts more than 300 performances each year ranging from Broadway to rock to comedy to movies.
660 Peachtree St. NE
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30308
Fernbank Science Center
Fernbank Science Center, where science becomes an adventure, is operated by DeKalb County School System. It's a perennial favorite for family outings to the Jim Cherry Planetarium (the largest in the Southeast), the Ralph Buice Observatory, its garden area, and an exhibit hall featuring live animals, a world-class meteorite collection, and the Apollo 6 capsule. Admission is charged for planetarium shows and some special events, but the exhibit hall and garden areas are free for all to enjoy.
156 Heaton Park Dr. NE
ATLANTA DeKalb, GA 30307
678-874-7102
Fernbank Museum of Natural History
Fernbank Museum of Natural History's mission is to inspire life-long learning of natural history through dynamic programming and to encourage a greater appreciation of the planet and its people. Explore cultural treasures and ancient fossils, experience the thrill of a film in the IMAX® Theatre, enjoy science interactives, and marvel at the largest dinosaurs ever discovered. With distinctive special exhibitions, there’s always something new to discover.
767 Clifton Rd. NE
ATLANTA DeKalb, GA 30307
404-929-6300

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