Marietta Arts Council, Inc. is a Georgia nonprofit group of volunteers working in the City of Marietta to enrich the artistic and cultural landscape of the City of Marietta through advocacy, education, and public art. In 2018, The Marietta Arts Council partnered with the City of Marietta to kick off a weekend celebrating the thriving art scene in Marietta at the inaugural Mountain to River TrailFest with performances, mural installations, and a sculpture garden along the new urban trail connecting Lewis Park to Brown Park, running through downtown Marietta.
OUR MISSION & VISION
The Mission of the Marietta Arts Council is to enrich the artistic and cultural landscape of the City of Marietta through Advocacy, Education, and Public Art. The Marietta Arts Council's vision for the arts in the City of Marietta is thoughtful engagement with the history, culture, and vibrant arts identities that already exist throughout the city, and bringing public art to help tell those stories and support those communities.
WHY THE ARTS MATTER
Public Art Master Plan
Keys to the City
Franklin Gateway CID
International Women’s Day (Sunday, March 8, 2020)
Friends and Supporters of the Marietta Arts Council
Trevor Beemon • Mary Nye Bennett • Jennifer Boykin • Amber Markay Byrd • Katy Ruth Camp • Kee Carlisle • Manda Costoulas • Gina Duncan • Andy Gaines • Jan Galt • Katelyn Ledford • Donna Krueger • Bill and Sarah Needs • Lindsey O’Shields • Stokes O’Shields • Bonnie Buckner Reavis • Holly Tuchman • Sally Macauley • Mayor Thunder Tumlin • Kiwanis U40