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Atlanta Contemporary Art Center
535 Means St, Atlanta, GA 30318 404-688-1970
MIDTOWN WEST. Known to locals as "The Contemporary," this internationally renowned facility is the culmination of decades of effort to bring the most groundbreaking local, regional and national art to the Atlanta community. Six different shows are offered each year, with some of the works available for sale. In addition to showcasing intriguing, experimental works from contemporary artists in a variety of media, this non-profit establishment has a very strong educational emphasis, offering classes, events and outreach programs designed to bring art into the lives of as many people as possible.

Modern Primitive
1393 N Highland, Atlanta, GA 30306 404-892-0556
VIRGINIA HIGHLANDS. Fans of folk art should make this local favorite their first stop. For more than a decade, this gallery has gone off the beaten path to find self-taught and folk artists who don't typically get the recognition they deserve. Although it continues to find these "outsider" artists, the gallery has now expanded to cover the contemporary art scene in Atlanta as well. Past shows have included "Scratching the Surface," which featured works by 12 artists and focused on their unique approaches to surface manipulation.


Trinity Gallery
315 E Paces Ferry Rd, Atlanta, GA 30305 404-237-0370
BUCKHEAD. This leading fine art gallery for contemporary art represents regional, national and international artists. The owners, Alan Avery and Erin Wertenberger, have more than 60 years of combined knowledge and talent, and provide excellent assistance for the novice or the experienced art collector. More than 7,000 square feet of exhibition space display sculpture, crafts, and works on paper and canvas from the 13th century to modern times.

Atlanta Cyclorama and Civil War Museum
800-C Cherokee Ave SE, Grant Park, Atlanta, GA 30315 404-658-7625
GRANT PARK. Visitors to the Atlanta Cyclorama are transported to July of 1864 and the Battle of Atlanta. Seated on a revolving platform, viewers almost become part of the battle as sound and lighting effects, along with narration, bring the scene to life. The painting is 42 feet high and covers the walls of a circular room over 110 feet in diameter. The Civil War exhibits in the museum include the historic locomotive "Texas." Gift shop on site.

Carter Library and Museum
441 Freedom Pkwy, Atlanta, GA 30307 404-865-7100
MIDTOWN. The Jimmy Carter Library and Museum displays documents and mementos from the Georgia-native's administration and also offers an in-depth look at the responsibilities involved in being president of the United States. Wander through a reproduction of the Oval Office, peruse the Japanese gardens, and even ask Carter a few questions via an interactive display.

William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum
1440 Spring St NW, Atlanta, GA 30309 678-222-3700
MIDTOWN. This spacious museum offers fascinating and, at times, disturbing exhibits depicting Jewish history. There are two permanent galleries, one delving into the Holocaust and the other focusing on Atlanta's Jewish heritage. In addition, the Schwartz gallery offers a rotating calendar of temporary displays. The difficult but important subject matter is handled in a manner that is at once sensitive and gripping, making this a recommended stop for all ages. MARTA: Arts Center

Atlanta Jazz Festival
Piedmont Park and other venues, Atlanta, GA 30309 404-817-6851
MIDTOWN. This nine-day festival culminates in free jazz concerts presented Memorial Day weekend (Sat-Mon) in Piedmont Park. Concerts held throughout the week in numerous venues showcase the talents of local and national performers. The weekend provides a perfect opportunity for an outdoor picnic. An artists market is also featured, and food vendors sell a variety of lunchtime treats. Sponsored by the City of Atlanta Bureau of Cultural Affairs. MARTA: Midtown

Atlanta Dogwood Festival
Piedmont Park, Atlanta, GA 30340
MIDTOWN. Held in Piedmont Park each April, the Dogwood Festival heralds the arrival of spring with plenty of events for the entire family. The expanding schedule includes children's activities, outdoor concerts, house and garden tours, bicycle tours, musical performances, juried arts and crafts exhibition, food, kites, Frisbees, hot-air balloon races and Earth Day celebrations.

Wednesday WindDown
285 International Blvd NW, Centennial Olympic Park, Atlanta, GA 30313
DOWNTOWN. Centennial Park, created for the 1996 Olympics, hosts concerts in the evenings all summer long. Big name acts, like hometown favorites The Indigo Girls, show up occasionally, and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra sometimes offers special guest performances.

Peachtree Road Race
Peachtree Rd, Atlanta, GA 30326 404-231-9064
BUCKHEAD-MIDTOWN. This huge race - the largest 10K race in the world - brings elite runners and weekend warriors to Atlanta from all over the country to try out the hilly course. The race begins at Lenox Square in Buckhead and travels to Piedmont Park in Midtown, with plenty of sweating, hose-spraying, beer drinking and revelry along the way. Because there are typically 55,000 runners, the winner is usually finished before the entire field crosses the starting line. Many who don't participate still line the streets to cheer.

Blind Willie's
828 North Highland Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30306 404-873-2583
VIRGINIA HIGHLANDS. This club is named for Georgia's own Blind Willie McTell. A neon alligator in the window welcomes you to the best blues acts around. Longtime regulars Lotsa Poppa and Houserocker Johnson perform here. Mose Allison and Jr. Wells take the stage occasionally as well. The place is filled seven nights a week so arrive early.



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