The DeKalb Cultural Arts Center is a unique multi-arts complex located in Dunwoody, Ga. The Center offers programs and classes for art enthusiasts of all ages looking to explore the incredible world of the arts!
No matter what your skill or interest level, here, you can express your ideas, enhance your creativity, work with your hands and explore your artistic potential. You can gain inspiration from others, participate in passionate discussions, work alongside accomplished artists and venture into new art learning.
We invite you to participate in the Cultural Arts Center's many exciting program opportunities. Attend classes and workshops in a relaxed, recreational setting; visit our gallery exhibits; attend lectures and special events; and shop in our gift shop filled with one-of-a-kind student and professional work.
Spruill Center for the Arts was founded in 1975 as a part of DeKalb County Government. In 1982, it became a private nonprofit multi-disciplinary arts institution. The Spruill Center for the Arts provides high-quality fine arts programming for the community through classes in literary, performing, and visual arts.
Stage Door Players was founded in 1974 as a Community Improvement Project of the Dunwoody Woman’s Club. The community theatre performed in various locations until 1988, when a permanent home was realized in the North DeKalb Cultural Center. Stage Door Players is dedicated to bringing a professional level of live theatre to the Greater Atlanta Metropolitan area.
The Chattahoochee Handweavers Guild (CHG) is a non-profit organization that welcomes everyone with a love of fiber arts. Weavers and other fiber artisans come from all parts of Georgia and many of the surrounding states to meet, exchange creative ideas, and get inspiration for their work. People with no experience learn about weaving and other fiber arts, and experienced artisans share their knowledge and grow together.
Celebrating our 50th year in 2014, our club meets the first and third Saturday evening of each month in classroom #4 at 7 pm. We have an educational program, a 50-70 lot auction, refreshments and a special program for young beginners. Bring coins & currency for free appraisals. Fun and fellowship for the entire family. For more information and access to our newsletters, go to: http://www.mccatl.org/