Church: A Summer Sundays Series is launching this weekend. It would be an absurd understatement to claim that Catalyst is only a little excited. We are leaping out of our shoes with anticipation for this summer. (That was hyperbolic, we are still able to keep our shoes on our feet, but you get the point. ) Meet our panelists for Church: Part 1. Creating Your Own Work. Jennifer Acker is an Atlanta based actor and director, and the Director of Education for Serenbe Playhouse. S
Catalyst collective member Elin had a chance to sit down with Janine Nabers to talk about the world premier of Serial Black Face, Janine's advice for young artists and what sort of mythical beast she would be if she had to choose one. Serial Black Face runs at Actors Express through April 24th so snag your ticketsthis week.
Catalyst Arts Atlanta is proud to announce the newest edition to our programming... "Church". Church is a 4 part monthly summer series inspired by the fellowship and family aspects of Sunday services. The goal of this 4 part series is to rejuvenate the mind, body and soul of performers through peer lead training sessions, community conversations, and artistic practice. Artists of all mediums, backgrounds and education levels are invited. These sessions are a chance to play an
You step in from the overcast night into an apartment with a single bed, a well-used kitchen, and Otis Redding jamming on the radio. The setting ignites the overwhelming desire to just curl on top the orange and lime striped couch, bowl of captain crunch in hand, to watch Scooby Doo before mom wakes up. The mirth of watching the gang unmask the villain is juxtaposed with the danger suspended just out of view; a mobile shackled overhead with tricycles, playground equipment, an
"Art is not a mirror held up to reality but a hammer with which to shape it." -- Berthold Brecht Chelsea Steverson is an art lover. Not the kind that simply buys art, or attends the theatre, or even makes it herself (though she does do all those things). She is a lover of art because she believes that creativity is the key to being human. Growing up in the small farming town of Blackshear, Georgia came with its own set of challenges. Not only were the arts no where to be foun
Why don't YOU tell us. Catalyst Arts Atlanta is taking open submissions.
Catalyst talks about Community Voices in our mission statement but what do the artistic and civic voices of Atlanta have to say? Well, you are Atlanta's voice.
We want to hear your ideas. How do you share your idea?
Step 1. Have an idea. Any artistic moment you want to share from gallery shows, to dance performances in Piedmont park, to a workshop of a new musical. We believe every-one is an artist