Jun 12, 2013
FUNKJAZZ KAFÉ®: SEE THE HISTORY and EXPERIENCE THE LEGACY during the Launch of the 25th Annual National Black Arts Festival
Mar 21, 2013
- For More Information Contact: Jodi Fleck for Rene Miller Presents Jodi@renemiller.com For the 5th year, Atlanta’s Next Best (ANB) Music Competition champions the most talented un-signed Jazz, R&B, and NeoSoul vocalists and instrumentalists...
Aug 08, 2012
Noted Visual Artist hosts Art of War Discussion and Q&A with Atlanta's Ongoing Civil War Series. Admission and parking are free and open to the public.
Jun 23, 2011
Inaugural 4-Year Series runs Now–Aug 27 and inspires New Conversations and Better Understanding of the war’s influence on Modern-Day Atlanta. Noted Historians, Author Talks, Book Signings and Storytelling through Performance, Exhibits and Film.
Jun 10, 2011
Dantes Rameau, a 28-year-old, classically trained bassoonist and the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Atlanta Music Project, has been inducted into LEAD Atlanta’s Class of 2012: the oldest sustained community leadership program in the nation.
May 11, 2011
Coxe Curry & Associates (CC&A), a top server of some of Georgia’s top organizations in the nonprofit sector, was recently retained to lead the fundraising efforts of The Atlanta Music Project (AMP). a music catalyst for social change.
May 11, 2011
Investing early in youth in underserved communities is a practice of The Atlanta Music Project (AMP). Recently, The Abraham J. and Phyllis Katz Foundation contributed $40,000 to aid in AMP's mission.
Sep 21, 2010
Sunday, September 19 - Saturday, September 25 Greenbriar Mall makes history as the oldest enclosed shopping center in metro Atlanta and celebrates forty-five years in the community with free fun for the entire family.
Apr 05, 2010
National Coalition of 100 Black Women Inc.-MECCA chapter Continues to Ignite The Community to Raise Thousands of Dollars for their 5th Annual Scholarship Gala to Benefit Metro Atlanta Girls Pay for College on April 24 in Atlanta, GA.
Mar 02, 2010
The City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs will host the dedication of "Yes We Can", by Georgia sculptor Robert Clements on Wed, Mar 3, 2010 at 12:30pm. The installation is part of the Public Art Program Community Gateway Project.