JOIN US for TCP's 8th ANNUAL BENEFIT and VIP PREVIEW OF NOVA
SAT. NOV 10TH | 7-10PM
691 W. WHITEHALL ST

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NOVA showcases the aesthetic exploration of our 2018-20 resident artists: Jessica Caldas, Andrew Catanese, Adam Forrester, Maria Korol, Sara Satamaria, Zipporah Camille Thompson, Kristan Woolford with new works and selections from their tenure with The Creatives Project.

This VIP Preview will serve as a celebration of the accomplishments of our talented artists, our organization's continued success, and the residual impact of the generous support we have gained from our city and its communities, with contributions of time, resources, and an overall spirit of giving.

LEARN MORE ABOUT ADDITIONAL EXHIBITION PROGRAMMING HERE.

For EVERY dollar you donate to our annual campaign before Dec. 31st ...
MAILCHIMP will also donate a dollar to support work in 2019!!!


Make a suggested donation of $30.00 to TCP's Annual Campaign (by clicking the button below) for early RSVP or find us on FB.

Please consider joining our exhibition host committee! Your support this year is particularly appreciated as we prepare to expand our residency program via TCP’s “ART FORCE” affordable housing residency program. The first concept of its kind in the city of Atlanta, The program endeavors to become a symbol of neighborhood revitalization, historic preservation, and community engagement through the establishment of a live/work atmosphere to support creative and cultural enthusiasts from throughout the region. (please note the deadline for print acknowledgment is Monday Nov. 4th)

Dayle Bennett
Hope Cohn
John Crane
Caryn Grossman
Sarah Hoke
Atticus LeBlanc
Melissa Roberts
Jim Schroder
Stan Sugarman

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Join us for TCP's ANNUAL ART OF COMMUNITY HOLIDAY DINNER MONDAY, DECEMBER 10th at SOUTHERN EXPOSURE ATL! LEARN MORE HERE.

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I can't attend the special events, but I love TCP and would like to support the annual campaign with a donation below.

Banner image above courtesy of TCP resident Maria Korol.