How You Can Help!

logoThe 5th annual ARTLANTIS Arts and Music Festival is just around the corner! We started Artlantis for the same reason we started Beep Beep Gallery: to showcase and encourage the work of local emerging artists.

Artlantis is an all day summer festival that takes place on the lawn of Druid Hills Baptist Church. Unlike other Atlanta festivals, Artlantis is unique in that it exclusively showcases art and music from local talent. With ever-gaining momentum, Artlantis is well on it’s way to being a local tradition.

By creating this festival, we hope to not only expose visitors to a section of the Atlanta art scene that they wouldn’t usually encounter at most summer festivals, but alternatively to expose the artists to a larger audience they may not normally encounter in their day to day.

Each year, attendance and interest grows. And thanks to the support of the larger Atlanta community, Artlantis keeps coming back.

bands play throughout the day at ARTLANTIS [photo courtesy of Clark Brown]

Local bands play throughout the day (photo courtesy of Clark Brown)


ScoutMob 2011 photo

Atlanta’s press has been supportive in promoting Artlantis. Here are a couple mentions and articles about us:

Creative Loafing 2012
Creative Loafing ATL 2011
Arts Critic ATL 2010
Creative Loafing ATL 2010


We will continuously be promoting the festival but need your help. Artlantis requires community to shape and support it. For Artlantis to truly thrive, it needs participants and supporters to take a moment to promote it, as well.

There are many reasons why you would want to promote Artlantis:

◊ As a festival that aggressively features local artists, we are providing a space for local artists to make a living, and as such, helping Atlanta’s art scene flourish.

◊ Participating artists offer their best work at affordable prices. Great for local art collectors. And aspiring ones, too!

◊ Each year, some artists choose to do interactive booths, allowing visitors to get their creative juices flowing and take home something they created themselves.

◊ Bringing together artists and entrepreneurs from all over the greater Atlanta area, Artlantis is the perfect place to meet local talent and get to know the people who help shape this city’s rich culture.

◊ It’s fun, there’s nothing else quite like it, and the more the merrier!


Please begin promoting asap! If you’re participating as an artist, consider promoting Artlantis as a way for you to promote your art. When you share Artlantis with people, add pics of your art, too! Let’s continue to build the excitement and community aspect of the festival.

ARTLANTIS at Druid Hills Baptist Church

ARTLANTIS takes place on the front lawn of Druid Hills Baptist Church at the corner of Ponce de Leon Ave. and N. Highland Ave.

Here are some suggestions on how to promote:

◊ Check out our blog. Post comments, share the blog with your email list or on your website: Also, blog about us!

◊ “Attend” the facebook event and “invite” as many people as you know as well. It takes a while but hand-picking people to invite in your address book is much more effective than just “sharing” an event on facebook.

◊ Share the event, too, anyway. And post comments with pics of your art and your website there as well:

◊ Become a “fan” of the facebook page. post info about your art and “share” this page with all your friends:

◊ Ask people to help with the festival! We love volunteers. This can mean a variety of things. If you’re interested in volunteering, shoot us an email at We can always use extra help, especially with setup and breakdown.

We thank you for your support and we hope to see you there!

ARTLANTIS Arts and Music Festival


Saturday, June 1st, 2013
1085 Ponce De Leon Ave NE Atlanta, GA 30306



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