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Treat yourself to theatrical drama at the Theatrical Outfit if you are a performing arts lover. The theater is well-equipped with light and acoustic facilities as well as has a decent seating space. Besides shows, they also offer theater education for aspiring actors. Patrons praise the theater for the wonderful performances always delivered.
Spread over a splendid 3,400 square feet (315.87 square meter) on Marietta Street, in Downtown Atlanta, Gallery 72 is home to many a prestigious art exhibitions and events. The gallery focuses on current trends in contemporary art - be it paintings, sculptures and even digital art. The splendid space designed by Stanley Beaman, was established in 2012. The facility, operated by The Office of Cultural Affairs of Atlanta, promotes budding talent and features several interesting events throughout the year. Check the website for information on latest events and exhibitions.
Built in 1906 by Coca-Cola founder Asa Candler, this 17 story masterpiece is a prominent fixture on the Atlanta skyline. The elaborate detail on the white marble facade is a fine example of the style of the period, when functional buildings were designed as much for their aesthetic appeal as for their practicality. The tons of structural steel and iron used in construction is said to be twice the amount used in any other building in the Southeast. Today, the building houses private offices. The Atlanta Preservation Center's walking tours of the neighborhood include The Candler Building.
Located within the Arts and Humanities building of the Georgia State University, Florence Kopleff Recital Hall is a standing tribute to Florence Kopleff. Once a teacher at the university and a noted contralto vocalist, she was cited to be one of the greatest of her times. The hall usually plays host to various artists and musical legends who entice guests with their classic and timeless compositions. With great acoustics and performers in company, the hall is nothing short of amazing.
If you consider yourself to be a music lover, a visit to The Masquerade is a must. An electric underground music venue, The Masquerade hosts some of the most happening live music performances in the city. The likes of Green Day, Nirvana, Panic at the Disco have graced their stage in the past. Whether you are a fan of pop, jazz, rock, country, gospel, or R & B, there is something for every music lover here. Apart from hosting concerts, it can also be rented for private events. With a holding capacity of upto 1850 people, two fully-stocked bars, and excellent hospitality, this venue is one of the best places to throw a party in Atlanta.