2020 CULTURAL ALLIANCE PARTNERS

Each year, the Atlanta Dogwood Festival teams up with some of the city’s most vibrant arts organizations, which offer hands-on activities and demos at the festival. We’re excited to announce this year’s Cultural Alliance Partners, including:

 

High Museum of Art Atlanta

High Museum of Art Atlanta

With more than 15,000 works of art in its permanent collection, the High has an extensive anthology of nineteenth- and twentieth-century American and decorative art; significant holdings of European paintings; a growing collection of African American art; and burgeoning collections of modern and contemporary art, photography, folk and self taught art, and African art. The High is also dedicated to supporting and collecting works by Southern artists.
high.org


Smartglass

Smart Glass Jewelry offers onsite jewelry making demos throughout festival weekend. The organization was founded by designer Kathleen Plate who started selling her jewelry in small boutiques in the 1990s. Her innovative work was recognized by corporations such as Coca-Cola and Aveda, who commissioned Plate to create jewelry from their product packaging. Smart Glass has achieved commercial success while remaining true to the values of craft and recycling.
www.smartglassjewelry.com


Zoo Atlanta

Zoo Atlanta

Opened in 1889, Zoo Atlanta is the oldest cultural institution in the city. Zoo Atlanta is home to more than 1,400 animals, representing more than 200 species from around the world. From behind-the-scenes Wild Encounters with exotic animals to a leisurely stroll through The Ford African Rain Forest or a Scaly Slimy Spectacular reptile and amphibian experience, Zoo Atlanta offers something for everyone.
zooatlanta.org


Out of Hand Theater

Out of Hand Theater

Since 2001, Out of Hand has created shows, games and activities in Atlanta. We design custom entertainment and activities for businesses, we provide free arts training to Metro Atlanta kids, and we collaborate with civic organizations to address regional issues.

The Dogwood Fairy needs YOU to save the summer! Help the Dogwood Fairy find her missing magical incantation to bring the summer season, flowers, and festivities. Along the way you will meet both friend and foe, including a troll, fortune teller, elf, and bard. But you will have to hurry! You only have a limited time to solve the puzzles and find the incantation before the season is lost. Gather your team and see if you have what it takes!

The Dogwood Quest is an adventure theater puzzle hunt and will take place at the Dogwood Festival in Atlanta’s Piedmont Park on Saturday, August 8th at 2pm. The Quest is free to play, but registration is required. Stop by our booth prior to 2pm to pick up your race bib and other things you’ll need to complete your quest. Play on a team of 2 – 5.

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April 2nd, 11:01 pm

#TBT To the year that the festival went back into Piedmont Park after being relocated to Lenox Square the previous year, due to drought conditions. The 2010 poster beautifully reflects the "return" to Piedmont Park! #atlantafestivals #fineartfestivals #atlantadogwoodfestival #dogwoodfestival ... See MoreSee Less

#TBT To the year that the festival went back into Piedmont Park after being relocated to Lenox Square the previous year, due to drought conditions. The 2010 poster beautifully reflects the return to Piedmont Park! #atlantafestivals #fineartfestivals #atlantadogwoodfestival #dogwoodfestival

March 31st, 8:34 pm

Did you know the Atlanta Dogwood Festival Artist Market welcomes fine artists from all over the country? These painters, jewelers, sculptors, photographers and more help make our Artist Market one of the most amazing sights in town each spring. Even though we won’t get to see them in April, we hope you'll come see them in person at the festival in August!

In the meantime, we’re going to take the next several weeks to recognize the incredible creatives who have helped make us the third-oldest fine arts festival in the country and the largest in Atlanta.

First up – our hometown artists! Take a look at the variety of styles and genres from the 37 metro Atlanta artists who had put the Atlanta Dogwood Festival on their 2020 calendars. The city wouldn’t be the Cultural Capital of the South without you! dogwood.org/artists/

These artists include: Obayana Ajanaku, Marjorie Bowers, Fine Art by Stacey Brown (SBrownART), MaryAnn Cabot, Kimmy Cantrell, Sidney Carter, Athlone Clarke, Maria-Louisa Coil, Daphne Covington, Artist, Gary Curtis, David Dobbs, Evelyn Edmeades, Dana Enders, Taguhi Erzrumyan, Barking Cat Jewelry, Leigh Griffin, Marirosa Hofmann, Jimmy Hopkins, Victoria Jackson, Kadmiri Fine Art, Dawn Art, Discover Atlanta Chinese Art, Pita Ohiwerei, Jac Painter :: Artist, Larry & Sherry Paulsen, Demone Phelps, Ronnie Phillips, David Arthur Reed, Elite Shaier, Mike Sluder Metalworks LLC, Spaulding Photography, Creekside Pottery, Skullgarden, Calou Calay, THORSEN ART-Kristin Thorsen, Susan Wachler Jewelry and Terri Winters.
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Did you know the Atlanta Dogwood Festival Artist Market welcomes fine artists from all over the country? These painters, jewelers, sculptors, photographers and more help make our Artist Market one of the most amazing sights in town each spring. Even though we won’t get to see them in April, we hope youll come see them in person at the festival in August!  In the meantime, we’re going to take the next several weeks to recognize the incredible creatives who have helped make us the third-oldest fine arts festival in the country and the largest in Atlanta.  First up – our hometown artists! Take a look at the variety of styles and genres from the 37 metro Atlanta artists who had put the Atlanta Dogwood Festival on their 2020 calendars. The city wouldn’t be the Cultural Capital of the South without you! https://dogwood.org/artists/  These artists include: Obayana Ajanaku, Marjorie Bowers, Fine Art by Stacey Brown (SBrownART), MaryAnn Cabot, Kimmy Cantrell, Sidney Carter, Athlone Clarke, Maria-Louisa Coil, Daphne Covington, Artist, Gary Curtis, David Dobbs, Evelyn Edmeades, Dana Enders, Taguhi Erzrumyan, Barking Cat Jewelry, Leigh Griffin, Marirosa Hofmann, Jimmy Hopkins, Victoria Jackson, Kadmiri Fine Art, Dawn Art, Discover Atlanta Chinese Art, Pita Ohiwerei, Jac Painter :: Artist, Larry & Sherry Paulsen, Demone Phelps, Ronnie Phillips, David Arthur Reed, Elite Shaier, Mike Sluder Metalworks LLC, Spaulding Photography, Creekside Pottery, Skullgarden, Calou Calay, THORSEN ART-Kristin Thorsen, Susan Wachler Jewelry and Terri Winters.

 

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LATEST NEWS

April 2nd, 11:01 pm

#TBT To the year that the festival went back into Piedmont Park after being relocated to Lenox Square the previous year, due to drought conditions. The 2010 poster beautifully reflects the "return" to Piedmont Park! #atlantafestivals #fineartfestivals #atlantadogwoodfestival #dogwoodfestival ... See MoreSee Less

#TBT To the year that the festival went back into Piedmont Park after being relocated to Lenox Square the previous year, due to drought conditions. The 2010 poster beautifully reflects the return to Piedmont Park! #atlantafestivals #fineartfestivals #atlantadogwoodfestival #dogwoodfestival

March 31st, 8:34 pm

Did you know the Atlanta Dogwood Festival Artist Market welcomes fine artists from all over the country? These painters, jewelers, sculptors, photographers and more help make our Artist Market one of the most amazing sights in town each spring. Even though we won’t get to see them in April, we hope you'll come see them in person at the festival in August!

In the meantime, we’re going to take the next several weeks to recognize the incredible creatives who have helped make us the third-oldest fine arts festival in the country and the largest in Atlanta.

First up – our hometown artists! Take a look at the variety of styles and genres from the 37 metro Atlanta artists who had put the Atlanta Dogwood Festival on their 2020 calendars. The city wouldn’t be the Cultural Capital of the South without you! dogwood.org/artists/

These artists include: Obayana Ajanaku, Marjorie Bowers, Fine Art by Stacey Brown (SBrownART), MaryAnn Cabot, Kimmy Cantrell, Sidney Carter, Athlone Clarke, Maria-Louisa Coil, Daphne Covington, Artist, Gary Curtis, David Dobbs, Evelyn Edmeades, Dana Enders, Taguhi Erzrumyan, Barking Cat Jewelry, Leigh Griffin, Marirosa Hofmann, Jimmy Hopkins, Victoria Jackson, Kadmiri Fine Art, Dawn Art, Discover Atlanta Chinese Art, Pita Ohiwerei, Jac Painter :: Artist, Larry & Sherry Paulsen, Demone Phelps, Ronnie Phillips, David Arthur Reed, Elite Shaier, Mike Sluder Metalworks LLC, Spaulding Photography, Creekside Pottery, Skullgarden, Calou Calay, THORSEN ART-Kristin Thorsen, Susan Wachler Jewelry and Terri Winters.
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Did you know the Atlanta Dogwood Festival Artist Market welcomes fine artists from all over the country? These painters, jewelers, sculptors, photographers and more help make our Artist Market one of the most amazing sights in town each spring. Even though we won’t get to see them in April, we hope youll come see them in person at the festival in August!  In the meantime, we’re going to take the next several weeks to recognize the incredible creatives who have helped make us the third-oldest fine arts festival in the country and the largest in Atlanta.  First up – our hometown artists! Take a look at the variety of styles and genres from the 37 metro Atlanta artists who had put the Atlanta Dogwood Festival on their 2020 calendars. The city wouldn’t be the Cultural Capital of the South without you! https://dogwood.org/artists/  These artists include: Obayana Ajanaku, Marjorie Bowers, Fine Art by Stacey Brown (SBrownART), MaryAnn Cabot, Kimmy Cantrell, Sidney Carter, Athlone Clarke, Maria-Louisa Coil, Daphne Covington, Artist, Gary Curtis, David Dobbs, Evelyn Edmeades, Dana Enders, Taguhi Erzrumyan, Barking Cat Jewelry, Leigh Griffin, Marirosa Hofmann, Jimmy Hopkins, Victoria Jackson, Kadmiri Fine Art, Dawn Art, Discover Atlanta Chinese Art, Pita Ohiwerei, Jac Painter :: Artist, Larry & Sherry Paulsen, Demone Phelps, Ronnie Phillips, David Arthur Reed, Elite Shaier, Mike Sluder Metalworks LLC, Spaulding Photography, Creekside Pottery, Skullgarden, Calou Calay, THORSEN ART-Kristin Thorsen, Susan Wachler Jewelry and Terri Winters.

 

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March 27th, 3:51 pm

Support Local >> The folks at City Barbeque are offering curbside pickup Sunday – Thursday 11AM-8PM and Friday-Saturday 11AM – 9PM and delivery (powered through DoorDash). www.citybbq.com/ ... See MoreSee Less

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