As part of the metro Atlanta area, Acworth is home to many musicians and artists. Some of their best work can be seen at Acworth’s premier arts center, the Acworth Cultural Arts Center. If music is more your thing and you want to discover the sounds of Acworth, come over to the Acworth Cultural Arts Center.
What is the Acworth Cultural Arts Center?
Located in beautiful historic downtown Acworth at 4367 Senator Richard B Russell Square at the old jailhouse. Already deeply ingrained with the community and its history, the Acworth Cultural Arts Center is the musical epicenter for Acworth. A 501(c) non-profit organization built to promote and preserve the music, arts, and performances of the Acworth community.
Home to the Allatoona Booke Fest once a year and the on-going Songwriter Showcase with the Smoky Mountain Songwriters Festival.
Acworth Cultural Arts Center brings the community together with classes for everything that promotes arts and culture for the citizens of Acworth like printmaking classes and musical performances from local talented musicians.
Acworth Cultural Arts Center history
Formed to promote education and awareness for the arts and culture in Cobb County, North Georgia and Acworth, Georgia. The Acworth Cultural Arts Center was founded in the old city jailhouse by community organizers with the support of local artists, and individual supporters.
What Is Great About Acworth Cultural Arts Center?
Offering a plethora of cultural events, the Acworth Cultural Arts Center is the first stop for any interested in local art and the community spirit of Acworth. The center offers:
Featured Singer-Songwriters performances
A small publication, Red Onion Press
The Center focuses on anything that promotes and supports the arts and artist of North Georgia. Swing by after breakfast for a cultural experience with your family you’ll never forget. This is a great spot for dates, educational outings, and just for fun. And, if you are a writer, artist or musician, speak with the staff about opportunities to showcase your work.