City of Woodstock Podcast: Episode 11 – Woodstock Arts
Christopher Brazelton is the executive director of Woodstock Arts (formerly Elm Street Cultural Arts Village) and he joins the podcast to discuss the wonderful arts scene here in Woodstock.
Welcome August from Woodstock Arts!
Your local arts center has been going through some exciting developments! So what does this mean exactly? We want to be clear and proud of who we are – an arts center FOR our community.
Brian Gamel from Woodstock Arts and Ellen Tyler from Ellen Tyler Coaching
Brian Gamel, Managing Director of Woodstock Arts. Brian grew up in the Woodstock area and has loved this town ever since.
What’s in a Name? A Lot, Actually!
Elm Street Cultural Arts Village officially will be rebranded as Woodstock Arts. If you’re curious how and why we got that new identity, here’s some quick context and background.
What’s Up, Cherokee? Episode 4 (Brian Gamel)
Interview at Reeves House with Brian Gamel (Managing Director of Elm Street Cultural Arts Village in Woodstock, GA)
Summer fun in downtown Woodstock
With schools out for summer break, families in downtown Woodstock enjoyed a warm, cloudy afternoon Monday, including at the playground at the Elm Street Event Green.
Elm Stream: The Arts Come To You
We are so thrilled to launch a complete lineup of FREE arts programming for all ages that you can enjoy, experience, and participate in from the comfort and safety of home!
Accessibility in the Community
While the Downtown Playground in Woodstock provides accessibility to children of all abilities, the nearby Elm Street Cultural Center also serves the whole community at the theater on Main Street.
Meet Christopher Brazelton | Executive Director
We had the good fortune of connecting with Christopher Brazelton and we’ve shared our conversation below. Hi Christopher, can you talk to us a bit about the social impact of
Park With Heart
Neighborhood parks are the heart of any community. Places to play outdoors are a good part of the answer to the problems of obesity, depression, anxiety, and isolation.
Staycation: Cherokee County
Vacations relax and rejuvenate us, but current events and limited budgets may have you hesitant to travel. Cherokee County offers the solution: a staycation. Cherokee County provides the best of all
Comedy Central Our Way
We take comedy *very* seriously at Elm Street. Comedy introduces people to something theatrical in a fun way, whether that’s improv or stand-up!
Episode 1 – Improv and Education with Joe Lemmo
Joining me this week is 21 year educator Joe Lemmo! Learn how he uses improv to engage with his community and classroom! Want to contact Lemmo? firstname.lastname@example.org Book mentioned in
Christopher Brazelton with Elm Street Cultural Arts Village
Elm Street started as a local non-profit theater in 2002. Elm Street (then Towne Lake Arts Center) provides performing arts productions, classes, and camps to and with the surrounding community.
2020: A Year in Review
While it is easy to look forward, this year was by no means a ‘loss’ for Elm Street. In fact, take a look at some of the biggest accomplishments of 2020!