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What Does Your Donation Support?

We thank all of our generous donors whose funds and services help make our programming possible.

At this pivotal moment in our nations history, we stand firm in the tradition of service inherited from our founder Ebon Dooley (Leo Hale). We embody former Mayor Jackson’ vision of a creative community center that nourishes, trains, and sustain artists and the extended communities they serve across lines of race, class, and identity.

Our Donors are an essential part of raising our annual budget. Your donation allows us to continue our work in the following areas:

—We are a staging ground for visual and performance artists to create, present, teach and create creative and financial success.

—The Jack Sinclair Gallery, continuing a 35 year legacy of presenting visual artists from emerging to professional.

__A Literary Arts Program that attracts a broad audience from across the country and the world.

__The Oasis Garden, an agriculture and entrepreneurship program at the ArtsXchange in Partnership with Champion Gardeners.

__Opportunities for our community of artists and partners to produce and present their work, in order to further their mission of service. 

__ A resident studio artist program that allows artists working in all disciplines to take their creative vision and careers to the next level of excellence.

--And most importantly, a place where artists and the communities they serve can learn from each other through workshops, trainings, classes and arts education programs.

 

We invite you to support our efforts and further invest in our mission by making a donation today

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Our 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 making a donation today.

We Appreciate our Individual Donors, Sponsors, and Members

Alice Lovelace

Allen Perry

Alvin Dollar

Anita L Beaty

Anne C Olson

Arthur “Tafawa” Hicks

Barbara Brown

Barbara J Corley

Barbara S. Paul

Barry Stewart Mann

Blair Bradfield

Brenda Lee

Camille Russell Love

Carlos L Glover

Cealley Double Counted/T Davis

Commissioner Marvin Arrington

Daniel Morris & Terri Vismale Morris

Deborah Hall

Dianne Valentin

Douglas Watts

Dr. Billie Jean Young

Dr. Mary Smith

Elizabeth Knott

Eric Marcus

Giwayen Mata, Inc.

Gloria J Mims

Imara Canday

James Adduci

Jay White

Julie Aring

Karen Rene’

Keith Yates

Kim Klir

Kimberly Hood

Kimberly Hawkins

Kwame Abernathy

Leslye Williams

Leslie Potts

Lucinda Bunnen, President

Micheal B. Russell, CEO & Jerome Russell, President

Michael Roseman

Ms. Ann C. Olson

Ms. Ellen Griffith Spears & Mr. G. Brian Spears

Naeemah Chike

Nathan Strange

Roderick Alexander

Colonial Hills Neighborhood Association

Susan L Sorensen

Tamara Harper

Tia Davis

Tom Davis

Vanessa Manley, Board Member

William C. Scruggs / Katherine R. Pepper 

Willis Robertson & Sandra L Robertson

Committee To Elect Henry Hank Johnson

WRFG 89.3 FM

PROECT SOUTH

WIGO 1570 AM

Poets & Writers, Inc.

The Benevity Community Impact Fund

Davis Bozeman Law

MHR International Inc

Powerful Black Sisters At The Roundtable

Promise Land Community Development Inc

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We are Grateful for these Funders

The ArtsXchange receives generous support from the Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta and the Metropolitan Atlanta Arts Fund; the Fulton County Arts Council under the direction of the Fulton County Board of Commissioners; and the Georgia Council for the Arts through the appropriations of the Georgia General Assembly.  Georgia Council for the Arts also receives support from its partner agency – the National Endowment for the Arts. Our outdoor improvement project is funded by the HartBeat of Main Street Grant Program, created by the Hartford Small Business Insurance and Main Street America. Additional support from our members, individual donors, sponsors, and partners. We thrive thanks to the support and generosity of thoughtful donors like you. Please consider donating today.

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