Georgia Council for the Arts

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Georgia Council for the Arts empowers the arts industry in Georgia and artists around the state to cultivate healthy, vibrant communities that are rich in civic participation, cultural development and economic prosperity. As a division of the Georgia Department of Economic Development, Georgia Council for the Arts provides grant funding, programs and services statewide that support this vital industry, preserve our cultural heritage and create increased access to high quality arts experiences. Funding for Georgia Council for the Arts is provided by the Georgia General Assembly, the National Endowment for the Arts and other private and public sources. Georgia Council for the Arts' web site is http://gaarts.org/


Location:
Techonology Square 75 Fifth Street N.W. Suite 1200 Atlanta, Georgia 30308
Phone:
+1-404-962-4000

Collections

Name Description
Georgia's State Art Collection Georgia's State Art Collection is an extensive, vibrant chronicle of work created by Georgia artists from the 1970s to the 1990s.
Georgia Traditional Arts Research Collection The Georgia Traditional Arts Research Collection is housed on loan at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College courtesy of the Georgia Council for the Arts, and includes photos, videos, sound recordings, books, and research field notes as well as interviews from traditional and folk artists.