The Georgia Arts Network is the voice for the arts in Georgia, and we can help you become the voice for the arts in your community. We empower you to tell your stories by providing a support network where news, information, and best practices are openly exchanged and practiced.

Our strategy is to position arts and culture as essential to individual and public well-being and the economic development of Georgia as we advocate for the arts on the state, local, and grassroots levels.

Current News:


January 26, 2016: Georgia Arts Day
The Georgia Arts Day Luncheon will focus on arts education and feature advocacy training from Ann Graham of Texans for the Arts and a keynote address from David DuBose, Director of Fine Arts for Gwinnett County public Schools.
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August 20, 2015: Arts Education News
The Georgia Council for the Arts released two important reports: data on arts education in our state and the recommendations from the Governor’s Arts Learning Task Force.
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