For more than half a century, Woodruff Arts Center has been part of the fundamental heartbeat of Atlanta's artistic and cultural scene. The birth of the center came out of a tragedy: a 1962 plane crash in France that killed many of the leading lights of Atlanta's arts community. As a tribute to the lives lost and a celebration of the city's creative force, the Woodruff Arts Center arose; today, it's one of the largest arts centers anywhere in the world. The Woodruff claims an encompassing purview of visual and performance arts, hosting as it does the Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and the High Museum of Art. From gallery exhibitions to concerts, from classes to film screenings, here's an unrivaled place to tap into Atlanta's artsy side.
Rock concerts, musical, opera, ballet, comedy performances, and theater are all regularly featured... Read more