Arts & Cultural activities and programs are still happening even during the COVID-19 pandemic!

ARTS & CULTURE EVENTS

Some socially-distanced with limited attendance, some outdoors, some online.

A few offerings are listed below, but please check directly with arts and culture organizations to see all they have available and any last minute impacts of COVID-19 to their schedules.

Find webpages and contact info on our "Members" webpage.


Johns Creek Symphony
Christmas Gala Concert
Changed to VIRTUAL event
Sat, Dec 19   7:30pm-10:00pm

Morehouse College Professor Timothy Miller, widely known for his moving interpretation of "God Bless America" at Atlanta Braves games, will be our featured guest as we celebrate the Most Wonderful Time of the Year in this beloved Johns Creek holiday tradition.
more info


Chopin Society
Enjoyment of Music Lecture Series
Virtual
Sun, Nov 29   12:00am
Sun, Dec 06   12:00am
Sun, Dec 13   12:00am
Sun, Dec 20   12:00am

Magdalena Baczewska, a concert pianist and Director of the Music Performances Program and Lecturer in Music at Columbia University, will offer lecture series for adults and youth, which will cover some of the most beloved masterpieces of classical and jazz music.
more info


The Johns Creek Chorale
Handel's Messiah, Christmas Concert
Virtual
Mon, Dec 21  

Enjoy a special holiday music program. The Johns Creek Chorale presents Handel's Messiah livestreamed starting Dec. 21. Free but must register.
more info


Fulton County Arts & Culture
Fulton Co. CFS Funding Deadline
Tue, Jan 19  

Fulton County Contracts for Services (CFS) for the 2021 funding cycle will range from $1,000 to $50,000 for Fulton Co. based artists and nonprofit organizations. Application deadline is January 19, 2021.
more info

FULTON COUNTY FUNDING OPPORTUNITY
for
ARTISTS, ARTS and COMMUNITY BASED NONPROFITS

Funding will range from $1,000 to $50,000. The CFS program provides unrestricted general operating and project support funds to eligible Fulton County based artists, nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations, arts & culture organizations, cultural institutions, colleges and universities, public and private schools, municipalities and units of government that produce or present ongoing arts programming open to the public.

APPLICATION DEADLINE
January 19, 2021 / 11:59 PM

APPLICATION WEBINARS
The Fulton County Department of Arts & Culture offers technical assistance webinars for the 2021 arts funding cycle. Sessions will include an overview of the guidelines which includes; a review of applicant eligibility, funding categories, and application submission.

All workshop webinars are free to Fulton County-based applicants. All artists and organizations that have not previously applied for funding from Fulton County Arts and Culture are encouraged
to attend one of these webinars.

DECEMBER 18, 3:00 - 4:00 PM

JANUARY 11, 10:00 -11:00 AM

MORE INFORMATION and APPLICATION

New Johns Creek Gateway Marker.
A piece of public art for the City.

This sculpture by artist William Massey is located at the corner of State Bridge and Kimball Bridge roads. The gateway marker commissioned by the Johns Creek CVB, was funded by the portion of hotel/motel tax that funds projects meeting specific guidelines.

Components of the sculpture showcase the Chattahoochee River, one of the original 6 truss bridges, and 20 graphics that represent this area from the past to the present.

Cultural Arts Center for Johns Creek

Keep up with the latest news of the Legacy Center Project

www.jclegacyarts.org

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“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