Fall 2021 Update on Programming During COVID-19
There have been continuous changes happening in our community due to COVID-19. As we are certainly included in this, we wanted to provide an update on what some of our programming looks like into the fall.
Woodstock Arts’ LEGALLY BLONDE Goes Viral
The clip has garnered nearly 40,000 views in a day on Instagram (@letshearitforthechoice) and 325,000 on TikTok (@ebony.strong).
A Legally Blonde Update from Christopher
In order to best honor the work that our cast, crew, and creative team have put into this show AND to give audiences the best experience that we possibly can, Legally Blonde performances will begin on Sunday, August 15th.
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.
Summer 2021 Update on Programming During COVID-19
There have been continuous changes happening in our community due to COVID-19. As we are certainly included in this, we wanted to provide an update on what some of our programming looks like for the remainder of the summer.
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.
Cherokee Chamber recognizes Top 10 in 10
The Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce has announced its top 10 up-and-coming young professionals for 2021.
Elm Street Cultural Arts opens doors to the Reeves House
Fulfilling long-awaited dreams for the visual arts in Woodstock, Elm Street Cultural Arts Village officially opened the doors to the Reeves House May 14-16 with a weekend full of celebrations honoring community supporters.
Reeves House Visual Arts Center opens in Woodstock
WOODSTOCK — The Reeves House Visual Arts Center in downtown Woodstock opened its doors Friday. There, visual arts director Nicole Lampl plans to bring artists, aspiring artists, and the general community together through drinks, programs, and events.
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!
Spring 2021 Update on Programming During COVID-19
Dear Patrons & Friends of Elm Street Cultural Arts Village, There have been continuous changes happening in our community due to COVID-19. As we are certainly included in this, we
Reeves House Update
The Reeves House is Elm Street Cultural Arts Village’s upcoming visual arts center that is projected to open sometime this May. It is being built at cost by John Wieland
And The Nominees Are…
The nominations for the first ever Young-Howze Theatre Awards are finally here! We have been working hard since March of 2020 reviewing over a hundred and forty digital productions. We
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.
Partnership with Harry Norman, REALTORS® to support local nonprofits
Harry Norman, REALTORS® launched a Philanthropy Fund in the fall of 2019 at the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta to support nonprofit organizations throughout the region. The Philanthropy Fund showcases the realtors’ commitment