ARTS ATL is a non-profit organization that promotes a healthy and vibrant arts community in metro Atlanta. We do this by providing a combination of thoughtful, critical analysis, news resources, commentary, programming and in-depth features of the city’s vibrant arts scene across all disciplines – visual art + design, music, dance, theater, books and film.


Aug. 8 – Today in street art: Zipporah Joe’l and the Stacks Squares Mural Project

July 11 – Today in street art: Karen Anderson Singer and her Tiny Doors ATL

June 27 – Q&A: Common talks growth, his new album and performing with the ASO

June 5 – Soprano Christine Goerke Finds Her Voice, Sings In The ASO’s Season-Ending Fidelio

April 18 – This Week In Street Art: Meet The Art Behind The Atlanta Street Art Map

April 10 – Mammal Gallery Serves As The Anchor Of West End Development

April 3 – Atlanta Jazz Festival To Celebrate 42 Years, Announces 2019 Lineup

April 1 – Mammal Gallery Signs Lease On New Location, Hosts Otherworld Encounter

March 29 – Q&A: Talking Guitars With Lunar Vacation

March 27 – Le Maison Rouge Sets The Stage For Maria De Buenos Aires

March 18 – Robert Spano Joins Fort Worth Symphony As Principal Guest Conductor

March 13 – The ASO Unveils Powerful 2019–20 Season, Celebrates 75th Anniversary

March 8 – The Guthman New Instrument Competition Melds Music And Technology

March 6 – Unheard-Of//Ensemble’s Powerfully Evocative Album Includes Local Ties

March 1 – Atlanta Jewish Music Festival Welcomes Fresh Ideas With New Director At Helm

Feb. 26 – Goldyard Reigns Supreme With Consistency, Support And Music With Morals

Feb. 22 – Bosco Reflects On Speakerfoxxx Friendship, Returns To SCAD For DeFINE ART

Feb. 14 – Atlanta Opera Announces A Bold 2019–20 Season, Celebrates 40th Anniversary

Feb. 14 – Atlanta Music Project Signs Lease On Future Headquarters

Feb. 12 – Keeyen Martin Joins Ken Ford For The Founder’s Day Inaugural Concert

Jan. 22 – First listen: Cold Arizona’s “Open Highway Headstart” moves with bruised elegance

Jan. 17 – Q&A: AIR Serenbe provides creative flow for Nelson Patton and Deantoni Parks

Jan. 4 – The loss of Speakerfoxxx, Margaritaville’s Atlanta demolition plans and more music news


Dec. 28 – ArtsATL’s top local albums of 2018 (Curated and oversaw what were dubbed top albums of 2018)

Dec. 13 – Phil Kline’s Unsilent Night fills the streets with sound

Dec. 5 – Q&A: Teresa Lynne talks Divapalooza, a show for charity by local female performers

Dec. 4 ArtsATL’s guide to holiday artists’ markets

Nov. 30 – First listen: Rose Hotel reflects on dialogue with “Conversations”

Nov. 20 First listen: SLONE shares a message of love with new album “Emancipation”

Nov. 15 – Concert pick: Anna Kramer & the Lost Cause provide comfort rooted in Southern rock ‘n’ roll

Nov. 12 – Review: Creative play reigns supreme at the High’s new Greene Family Learning Gallery

Nov. 9 – First listen: The Night Shift. releases a funk-infused new single “Sugar Water”

Nov. 2 – Politics and art merge at Turn Up/Turn Out, a party with Little Tybee for voter engagement

Oct. 24 – First listen: Rosey’s psychedelic blues-flavored “King of the World”

Oct. 17 – First listen: Lazuli Vane