Artistic Development: Young Audiences provides art education

By Martha Barksdale As it works toward fulfilling its mission of improving the lives and enriching the learning of children through high-quality arts, Young Audiences, Woodruff Arts Center (YAWAC), has reached more than 640,000 children in 50 Georgia counties. With school beginning this month, Young Audiences is preparing to take off in high gear with […]

Growing Up Intown: 25 Things Every Kid Must Do

By Helen Grebe Growing up in Atlanta has its advantages, including the many resources the city has to offer its youngest generations.  In case you haven’t explored every nook and cranny of this southern city, we’ve compiled a top 25 list to check off this season. Kids, grab your parents, the sunscreen and hit the […]

Beyond Arts Grants

By Patrick Dennis The shrinking pie. The declining patron. The battle for grants. These terms don’t just sound ridiculous, they are currently the jargon in fashion within the arts community. Conceptually, everyone agrees that arts are an important part of any community. On any scale and virtually using any application, the arts can bring value […]

Scout on the Town – April

By Liza Dunning THE GREAT URBAN RACE What: Teams of two solve twelve clues, go on a wild city adventure and complete the challenges just like they do on the TV. It’s like exploring your city in a whole new way. When: Saturday, April 17,  starting at 11 a.m. Why: Because your application to ‘Amazing […]

Intown Notebook – April

On Sunday, April 25, enjoy an evening of family fun at The Big-To-Do at  Zoo Atlanta and help support the Children’s Program of Visiting Nurse | Hospice Atlanta. There will be activities for children of all ages including animal exhibits, a rock climbing wall, train, carousel, treasure hunt, inflatables and dinner from Low Country Barbecue. The event begins […]

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