Thank you for visiting eyedrum online. We are currently not accepting proposals for art or music while we move into our new location. We expect to be able to accept art and music proposals by late 2019 or early 2020 when we announce our new location. In the meantime please visit the many venues and websites dedicated or supporting art and culture in Atlanta and throughout the southeast. Here is a partial list:

  • Apex Museum
  • Art Papers
  • ART Station
  • ArtsATL
  • Atlanta Celebrates Photography
  • Atlanta Chamber Players
  • Atlanta Contemporary Art Center
  • Atlanta Film Society
  • Atlanta Noise Artists
  • Atlanta Shakespeare Company
  • Ballethnic Dance Company
  • Big Ears Music Festival
  • Burnaway
  • C4 Atlanta
  • Core Dance
  • Dads Garage
  • Dance Canvas
  • Dashboard U.S.
  • Flux Projects
  • Georgia Ensemble Theatre
  • gloATL
  • Howard Finster’s Paradise Gardens
  • Hudgens Center for Art & Learning
  • Horizon Theatre Company
  • Johns Creek Community Arts Center
  • Kevin Scott’s King Psych Out Mondays at 529
  • Mammal Gallery
  • Moog Festival
  • Moving in The Spirit
  • Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia
  • Museum of Design Atlanta
  • National Black Arts Festival
  • Out of Hand Theater
  • Relapse Theatre
  • Sculpture Fields
  • Seven Stages
  • Shaking Ray Levi Society
  • Synchronicity Performance Group
  • T Lang Dance
  • The Bakery
  • The Bitter Southerner
  • The Callanwolde Foundation
  • Theatrical Outfit
  • Whole World Theater Company
  • WonderRoot

Eyedrum Archive
Emory University has partnered with Eyedrum to formally archive 20 years of Atlanta’s unique and rich DIY art history. The Eyedrum Archive is to be permanently housed at Emory University’s Rose Library Special Collections and Archives and will be open to the public for research. Eyedrum is accepting physical and digital submissions – stories, audio, video, images, flyers, show cards, etc. – from Eyedrum events. Researchers interested in DIY arts and Atlanta, will have access to materials and documentation of the myriad artists, musicians and others who have presented at Eyedrum. Artists and curators are invited to submit work and documentation of past exhibitions and events. For information about how to donate digital or physical materials to the Emory Eyedrum Archive, go to https://www.eyedrum.org/eyedrum-materials-donation/