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Embassy Suites Centennial Olympic Park

267 Marietta Street , Atlanta, GA 30313

April 16, 2020 – 11:30am – 1:30pm


Keynote Speaker

Kamal Sinclair

A Photo of Kamal Sinclair
Executive Director, Guild of Future Architects

Master of Ceremonies

Coming Soon!


Kamal Sinclair Artist Entrepreneur of the Year

Awardee Will Be Announced in February 2020

Artist Advocate of the Year

Awardee Will Be Announced in February 2020

Artist Champion


A photo of Anne Tracht.
Anne Tracht, President

With Featured Performances By:


Performers Will Be Announced Soon!


Performers Will Be Announced Soon!


Performers Will Be Announced Soon!

Organization or Group Table:

  • $1000 per Table (includes tickets for up to 6 + 2 tickets for artists)
  • Name recognition on C4 Atlanta’s website
  • Name recognition on printed program and invitation

Host Committee:

  • $150 per Individual
  • Ticket to Spark Award Luncheon
  • Name recognition on C4 Atlanta’s website
  • Name recognition on printed program and invitation

General Admission Ticket Prices:

  • Regular Admission: $75
  • Artists & Small Non-Profit Employees: $55

Purchase a Ticket for an Artist to Attend:

  • $55 per artist ticket purchased
  • For every ticket purchased, C4 Atlanta will offer 1 free ticket to a local artist to attend.
  • Helps fund tickets for low-income artists that might not be able to attend otherwise.

(Discount applied at checkout)

Please consider covering the ticket cost for an artist to attend. You can choose this option on the order form, below.

Want to support C4 Atlanta but can’t make the luncheon? Consider a giving a gift online.

Purchase Tickets  or Join Host Committee

2019 Spark Awards Luncheon Sponsors

Department of Planning

Table Sponsors

The Galloway School
List Partners

2019 Host Committee

Arts Georgia
Kate Balzer
Susannah Darrow
Caroline Bridges Driebe
Anne Archer Dennington
Julie Dewey
Laura Farber
Amir Farokhi
Floyd Hall
Jessyca Holland
Spencer Holland
Van Jensen
Scott Johnson
April Ledbetter
Gordon Mathis & The Galloway School
Laura McCarty
Donald Milton III
Melissa Mullinax
Shannon Price
Michelle Ramos & Alternate ROOTS
Doug Shipman
April Stammel
Think Greatly
Nse Ufot & The New Georgia Project
Milton Walker III
Stephanie Watkins
Joe Winter

Date & Time: April 16, 2020 from 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM

Location: Embassy Suites 
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267 Marietta St
Atlanta, GA 30313

Spark is C4 Atlanta’s arts and entrepreneurship luncheon to celebrate Atlanta’s creative entrepreneurs.

C4 Atlanta is an award winning nonprofit, arts business incubator. C4 offers Atlanta’s creative community access to high quality, career development services.

Founded in 2010, C4 Atlanta serves over 1,200 arts professionals every year through workshops, fiscal sponsorship, coworking space, and advocacy. We believe that creative entrepreneurs help lead innovation and problem solving in our community. C4 Atlanta gives artist entrepreneurs the people, skills, and tools they need to be successful in Atlanta.

C4 Atlanta Artists

About Our Featured Guests

Keynote Speaker – Kamal Sinclair, Guild of Future Architects

Kamal Sinclair, is making the world more beautiful as the Executive Director of the Guild of Future Architects; supporting independent artists as a Senior Consultant for Sundance Institute’s Future of Culture Initiative, and making art through a family creative practice at Sinclair Futures.

She also serves as an External Advisor to the MacArthur Foundation’s Journalism & Media Program and as a board member of MIT’s Center for Advanced Virtuality.

Previously, she served as the Director of Sundance Institute’s New Frontier Labs Program for seven years, which supports artists working at the convergence of film, art, media and technology. She partnered with Chief Curator, Shari Frilot, in the development and platforming of landmark projects in the evolution of story, including experimentations with XR, iOT and AI as storytelling mediums. She also consulted for the Ford Foundation’s JustFilms program, Johns Hopkins University’s Immersive Storytelling and Emerging Technology Center, For Freedoms, and NYU Tisch’s Future Imagination Collaboratory.

She was an artist and producer on Question Bridge: Black Males. At Question Bridge, where she and her collaborators launched a project with an interactive website and curriculum; published a book; exhibited in over sixty museums/festivals; won International Center for Photography’s 2015 Infinity Award for New Media; and was archived at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture.

Earlier in her career, Kamal was a Transmedia Producer at 42 Entertainment and worked on projects such as Legends of Alcatraz for J.J. Abrams, Mark of the Spider-Man and Random Acts of Fusion; as Principal at Strategic Arts Consulting, and the Artistic Director of Universal Arts. Her career began as a cast member of the Off-Broadway hit STOMP.

Master of Ceremonies – Coming Soon!

We’ll announce the 2020 Spark Awards Master of Ceremonies soon!

Kamal Sinclair Artist Entrepreneur of the Year – Announcing Soon!

We’ll announce the 2020 Kamal Sinclair Artist Entrepreneur of the Year Award soon!

Artist Advocate of the Year – Announcing Soon!

We’ll announce the 2020 Artist Advocate of the Year Award soon!

Artist Champion of the Year – Anne Tracht, ConsultArt

About ConsultArt, Inc.

Established in 1983, ConsultArt specializes in assisting corporate and real estate development clients with the strategy, planning, acquisition and installation of artwork for dynamic mixed-use developments and office environments. We work closely with developers, architects and design teams to identify and develop site-specific locations, design strategies and project scope/scale. We program-manage the entire process of identifying best-suited artists, soliciting project concepts, making acquisitions, managing site visits and overseeing proper installation.

Anne Lambert Tracht

Anne Lambert Tracht is President of ConsultArt, Inc., an Atlanta-based Art Consulting firm focused on corporate and residential clients. She received her BFA at the Rhode Island School of Design in 1996 and, before joining ConsultArt, worked at Guggenheim Asher Associates in New York and Solomon Projects in Atlanta. Anne serves on the boards of numerous Atlanta art and civic organizations including the Hambidge Center, Midtown Alliance, Georgia Tech Public Art Committee, MARTA Public Art Committee and The Judith Alexander Foundation.