C4 Atlanta offers artists the opportunity to raise tax deductible donations for their creative projects through the ArtsForce fiscal sponsorship program. below is a list of our current projects. 

C4 Atlanta is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit arts service organization. All contributions to these projects are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.

2 The Left: A Tribute to the Life of Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes

Dedicated 2 THE LEFT in us. What would you fight for? What would you live for? What will your legacy be…. Written and performed by Kerisse Hutchinson, 2 THE LEFT: A TRIBUTE TO THE LIFE OF LISA “LEFT EYE” LOPES is an inspiring, audience interactive, multimedia, play filled with music,… Read more

Atlanta Musical Theatre Festival

About the Atlanta Musical Theatre Festival Now entering our 4th year, the Atlanta Musical Theatre Festival is becoming the premiere musical theatre festival in the Southeast. In just 3 years, we have presented 11 brand new musicals over 9 days, in 3 venues, to more than 1,200 patrons, connecting more… Read more

Atlanta Musical Theatre Festival

Now entering our 4th year, the Atlanta Musical Theatre Festival is becoming the premiere musical theatre festival in the Southeast. In just 3 years, we have presented 11 brand new musicals over 9 days, in 3 venues, to more than 1,200 patrons. In year 4, we will maintain our goals… Read more

Bloom: Collaboration and Community through Art Workshops

Starting in April 2018, TILA Studios will launch quarterly workshops for black women artists in Atlanta. TILA believes that in order for an individual to create work, they need time and space. Bloom’s programming will offer a range of courses from Adobe Suite Series to Medium Format Photography. Bloom’s curriculum… Read more

C4 Atlanta’s New Arts Center In South Downtown

Keep Atlanta artists in South Downtown. Support C4 Atlanta’s new home. C4 Atlanta announces a space expansion to provide more studio opportunities to Atlanta-based artists. C4 has signed a lease to become a tenant at 132 Mitchell Street. Donate now to support our new home and the artists who learn… Read more

Citizen LIFT

Citizen LIFT explores the relationship between American Politics, and men of color. Many political issues affect men of color, and have for Years. We will explore these issues choreographically from the 13th amendment to recent controversies surrounding police brutality. More importantly, give a voice to a group of people that… Read more

Dance/USA Fellowship

This fellowship was awarded as unrestricted funding to support individual artistic practice. I plan to use it towards support for research, development, and writing time; development of technical platforms which facilitate equity for disabled artists and audiences; and support towards expenses for choreographic and development projects. Read more

DanceATL

DanceATL’s vision is to foster a vibrant dance landscape across the city that attracts and retains dance artists, builds and educates audiences, plays a vital role in the Atlanta economy, and inspires our communities. By promoting dance as a part of Atlanta’s vibrant arts ecosystem, we connect dance artists to… Read more

Generator

There is a tsunami of change coming to Atlanta and to cities around the world. The turmoil that we see emerging from these changes includes rapid population growth, demographic shifting and social inequities, wasteful land and energy consumption, rampant environmental degradation, worsening traffic congestion, escalating costs for housing and construction,… Read more

Monsoon Modern

In the 1960’s and 70’s there was a remarkable architectural movement that came about in Sri Lanka that was influenced by the principles of European modernism but was also grounded in the climate, culture and vernacular building traditions of the island. There were four pioneers associated with this movement. They… Read more

Symphonic Revolution

Symphonic Revolution seeks to neutralize the elitism associated with classical music. By providing a relaxed setting without rules and dress codes, Symphonic Revolution will take people into the experience of music, allowing all participants to be free to wander, dance, clap and holler when they feel inspired, and feel immersed… Read more

T. Lang Dance

T. Lang Dance, an Atlanta based dance company, performs original provocative works created by artistic director and choreographer, T. Lang. Founded in 2012,  Lang relocated T. Lang Dance from New York City to Atlanta; continuing to develop, direct, and produce high-impact work that blends traditional and experimental contemporary movement. T.… Read more

Tiny Doors ATL

Greetings, Tiny Friends! We are Tiny Doors ATL, a public art project dedicated to free and accessible art for people of all ages and abilities. If you’re new to Tiny Doors ATL, you can read more about us here. We are raising funds to keep this tiny project active for… Read more

Vernal & Sere Theatre

Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Vernal & Sere is a theatre company that started in 2016 when its five co-founders were brought together by a passion for subversive, ensemble-driven work. Its inaugural production of Sincerity Forever by Mac Wellman opened in December of that year. Vernal & Sere Theatre’s mission is… Read more

WE IMPACT ATL

We stand out as creative individuals. We stand together in activism. We overlap passions and skill sets. Every day we impact ATL. We beat the rhythmic heart of social change. We carry the legacy of the civil rights movement. We are the creative souls of Atlanta. WE IMPACT ATL is… Read more

What are the stresses of working toward economic success in the creative class?

This project is a part of the Interdisciplinary Research Leaders program facilitied by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The proposed project research addresses the gap in scholarly and community knowledge through an ethnography of creatives at various places in the success journey. The ethnography includes a visual representation of success… Read more

Winter Wonderland

Invest in Artists. Invest in Atlanta. $10,000 = Quality Career Development Training for Artists in 2018 The purpose of this project is to raise $10,000 to career development education for artists. Creatives of all disciplines come to C4 Atlanta to learn the basics of arts marketing, building their own websites,… Read more

Y’allywood Film Festival

The Y’allywood Film Festival is an Atlanta based organization showcasing the finest in Southern Cinema. Over the past 4 years we’ve built a reputation of being a fun, forward-thinking, hands on festival with a growing community of loyal contributing filmmakers. Y’allywood features events focused on building relationships and elevating the… Read more

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