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Our Members and Donors are an essential part of raising our annual operations budget and allows us to continue our work.

  • Resident Artists Studio program that supports their artistic and economic success. 

  • The Jack Sinclair Gallery supports visual artists from emerging to professional. 

  • Community event space provides affordable venues for artists to produce and present their works, and that supports community and civic groups to further their mission of service. 

We invite you to support our efforts and further invest in our mission by becoming a member and / or making a donation today by completing the form below.

Your generous and 100% tax-deductible gift shows your belief in our mission.

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Make a donation today using our online form. One time payment or monthly payments accepted. All support is greatly appreciated. Help us continue the ArtsXchange Legacy!

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40 for 40 ArtsXchange campaign

40th Anniversary Campaign

Recognizing 40 Years of Art for People’s Sake

OUR GOAL: $40,000

The community is invited to help us celebrate 40 years of “Art for People’s Sake.” The ArtsXchange is a special place which has been a creative home to many. We will have performances, music, games, and great food. Join old and new friends in the Pop-up ArtsXchange exhibit and help us tell our stories. It is a day to look back, in the spirit of Sankofa, while finding inspiration by the growth that is in front of us.

In 1984, a group of determined artists and activists came together to open the Artsxchange located in Grant Park. They had been charged by the vision of Mayor Maynard Jackson who believed that art was important to the growth of Atlanta. He supported the Neighborhood Arts Center which later burned down. Several of these artists carried this spirit forward gathering in various spaces to create. Ebon Dooley, our founder, took on the challenge to find a place that would welcome everyone. This sense of purpose and self-empowerment is the foundation of the Artschange. For over 40 years, we have nurtured artists who in turn shared with us through engaging performances, exhibits, workshops, and classes. We have also been a safe place for those organizing and educating others about social injustices and the need for systemic change.

Five years ago, we made the intentional choice to move to the City of East Point. It is here that we are planting deep roots for the next 40 years. We are asking ourselves, “What is the artist’s role in community development? How can we creatively promote dialogue around real issues impacting the quality of life around us?” These are big questions, but we have started to plant the seeds. Whether encouraging our neighbors to come learn about and plant their own garden. Becoming a USDA certified People’s Gard. Or launching a series of Community Conversations around a variety of topics. We are building important partnerships that move across Metro Atlanta.

The 40 for 40 ArtsXchange campaign will provide us with funding towards:

  • The Doris Derby Outdoor Learning Center

  • Redesign of the Jack Sinclair Library with technology for podcast and workstations

  • Community Outreach to schools

  • and so much more!

Visit our 40th Anniversary page to learn more!

Become a Member today

Memberships purchased in 2024 will be added towards the 40 for 40 ArtXchange Campaign! Check out our membership levels and offerings.

Become an ArtsXchange Member

Donate directly to the campaign

Use this page to donate directly to the campaign. One time payment or monthly payments accepted. All support is greatly appreciated. Help us continue the ArtsXchange Legacy!


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