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Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns and CDC recommendations, activities, meetings, and events have been canceled or postponed.

Please check directly with the arts and culture organization if you have tickets or questions about upcoming performances, meetings, classes, and events.

Find Arts Alliance member organizations' contact information, including websites and email addresses, on our "Members" webpage.

NEW! Arts Funding from Fulton County

Only one week to apply - DEADLINE June 16

$5000 - $20,000 Available to Fulton County nonprofit arts organizations and artists
(available even if you have never applied for county funding before)

Thanks to the generous support of the Fulton County Board of Commissioners, $1.5M is available for COVID-19 Small Business Relief to the arts community.  
This Small Business Relief is specifically designed to provide a supportive tool for arts organizations, creative entrepreneurs and individual artists that have been impacted by COVID-19. 

DESCRIPTION: Competitive funding awards are available to individual artists and non-profit arts organizations that have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and shutdowns for the development of virtual arts and cultural programming experiences.

  • GRANT REQUESTS: Up to $5,000 for individual artists and up to $20,000 for nonprofit arts organizations.
  • ELIGIBILITY: Fulton County nonprofit arts organizations and professional artists that are actively working in the creative community
  • DEADLINE: Applications must be received through WebGrants by June 16, 2020 at 11:59 pm.

Guidelines: Virtual Arts Initiative Guidelines (PDF)

Online Application:

Latest information from Fulton County Arts & Culture:

Cultural Arts Center for Johns Creek

New website now online for the Legacy Center Project

“Building Johns Creek’s Gathering Place”

The Legacy Center of Johns Creek will be a multi-use, multi-discipline arts center designed to be used not only as a comprehensive cultural arts venue, but a place for community, social, and business events.  It is envisioned to be a strong economic driver for both the arts and the greater community of Johns Creek.  Many community and government leaders consider the Legacy Center to be a top priority and potential “anchor” in the development of a city center for Johns Creek.

As a hub of activity, the Legacy Center will support community gatherings, social and business events, plus a wide range of local and touring concerts and shows. But, at its heart, it will be a place for creating, exhibiting, rehearsing, performing and teaching the arts and culture by and for the citizens of Johns Creek.

Concept drawing of Arts and Culture Center in Johns Creek
Conceptual Sketch of a Cultural Arts Center in Johns Creek
prepared by Robertson Loia Roof, Architects & Engineers