Your Source For The Arts In Atlanta

Support ArtsATL: in uncertain times for the arts, quality journalism is paramount

ArtsATL’s online publication keeps you up to date on the news and issues that impact Atlanta’s arts community. Throughout the year we work with some of the most talented critics, journalists, videographers and photojournalists in the city to publish nearly 700 stories a year focusing on the arts produced and presented in Metro Atlanta. We bring you close to the creatives in our city through interviews and behind-the-scenes stories.

Our contributor-base, 70+ strong, is made up of mostly freelance contractors — many without benefits or health care — who rely on being paid promptly and competitively to ensure they can make ends meet. In today’s political climate, that’s more of a challenge than ever.

You can help

From a performance of Corona Borealis on Art on the Atlanta BeltLine. (Photo by Chris Goller, courtesy Flight of Swallows.)

Make a contribution toward content you care about the most

In our spring fundraiser, we’re doing things a little differently. Feel passionate about classical music? How about Atlanta’s dance community? The literary scene? Theater? Visual arts? You can fund our sections directly.

Help us reach our goal of $2,500 per discipline!

When you make your donation, you will have the option to select which discipline you would like to support — visual art, dance, theater, music, books, or film.

All donations go directly toward paying our writers and videographers to create the content you rely on every day.



Susannah Darrow + Laura Relyea
ArtsATL Executive Director + Editor

Don’t just take our word for it. Here are some of the great things you’ve been saying about ArtsATL:

“Where else would you go for arts news in Atlanta?”
— Lucinda Bunnen
Photographer, philanthropist + arts advocate

“As an independent bookstore always looking to reach new audiences for author events, I count on ArtsATL’s coverage to connect with engaged, thoughtful readers across Atlanta and beyond.”
– Elizabeth Anderson
Executive Director, Charis Books

“I remember the first time I sat down to talk to someone from ArtsATL about the work I was doing as an artist and my interest in public art. The interest and support ArtsATL provided to me and Living Walls helped us get to a new level. Our audience did not just grow but it also started to think critically about public art. I will forever be grateful for the space and time ArtsATL gave to Living Walls since the very beginning.”
— Monica Campana
Executive Director Livingwalls

ArtsATL produced a video about T. Lang Dance exquisitely — capturing the intent and artistry of our work with an unmatched dedication to revealing the soul within a story.”
— T. Lang
Assistant Professor in Dance, Spelman College
Artistic Director, T. Lang Dance

“ArtATL is tapped into the ATL creative community we’re looking to connect with. It’s the perfect place to meet our attendees where they are.”
— Mike Walbert
Executive Director, A3C Festival

“ArtsATL has become a major player in the Atlanta Arts scene where all disciplines live and mingle! We have greatly benefited from the editorial coverage from ArtsATL and count on them as an integral outlet for connecting to the arts community in Atlanta!”
— Brian Clowdus
Founder + Artistic Director, Serenbe Playhouse