Arts & Entertainment
85 Church Street
2 Rules Fine Art bridges the gap between fine art and design. View artwork that utilizes or references the commercial processes and themes that are so prevalent in the creative world today.
Art Forum @ DuPre's
17 Whitlock Avenue
View brilliant artwork from some of the area's most talented artists, on the Historic Marietta Square. The historic DuPre's building, built in the 1800s, now houses a chic art forum.
Arts of West Cobb
19 Powder Springs Street
A a local arts center dedicated to loving God through the arts. To do this, Arts of Cobb offers classes and events in four main categories: Artistry, Rhythm & Music, Theatre, and Special Offerings. Join us this season for an art class, a music class, a dramatic presentation or any of our numerous offerings.
at the Earl Smith Strand Theatre
Atlanta Lyric Theatre is the metro area's only local professional musical theatre company. The Lyric is dedicated to producing the best in musical theatre and fostering the growth of the Atlanta theatrical community by showcasing local professional talent. The 2011-12 season features five full-scale musical productions at the Earl Smith Strand Theatre – Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Sound of Music, Ain’t Misbehavin’, The Light in the Piazza, and Gypsy. Call for showtimes and tickets. www.atlantalyrictheatre.com
390 Roswell Street SE
Avery Gallery exhibits and sells original works of art by some of the best artists from the Atlanta area, the nation, and the world. Oil paintings, bronze sculpture, photographs, enamel on copper, etchings and other graphics, watercolors, pastels, acrylics, ceramics, pottery and art glass. Subject matter includes impressionist landscapes, architectural etchings, classic nude images, western horse and rider, florals, wildlife and much more.
Avisca Fine Art Gallery
507 Roswell Street
Avisca Fine Art offers a distinctive collection of contemporary fine art by local, national, and international artists with a focus on works by leading edge contemporary African American and Caribbean artists. The gallery exhibits a broad range of work in various media and stylistic categories, and provides an expansive African American Art library.
David Knoke Fine Art
25 Alexander Street
For thirty-eight years Knoke Fine Arts has been one of the South’s premier American Art galleries. We offer 19th and 20th century investment quality American paintings, including American Impressionism, traditional 19th century Hudson River landscapes, Genre, and Art of the South.
25 West Park Square
Located on the historic Marietta Square, dk Gallery represents emerging and established contemporary painters and sculptors of the South who have demonstrated advanced mastery of their media. The stylistically diverse collection includes landscape, abstract and figurative art. Each inheritable piece captivates the imagination with its emotive qualities, providing a gratifying experience for every collector.
17 North Park Square
This Art Deco theatre served as a movie house on the Marietta Square from 1935-76. Recently restored and returned to its original glory, it now hosts classic films, concerts and stage productions. The Strand is the home of the Atlanta Lyric Theatre, which produces musical theatre performances throughout the year.
Georgia Metropolitan Dance Theatre
49 West Park Square
Classical Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary dance, the great story ballets… Georgia Metropolitan Dance Theatre has something for everyone. The theatre is comprised of professional and pre-professional dancers who perform to rave reviews throughout the Southeast. Producing three performances each year, the theatre provides the community with thrilling dance entertainment showcasing multiple genres.
Ghosts of Marietta
131 Church Street
Join Ghosts of Marietta for one of several tours offered through the historic streets of Marietta, Georgia. Marietta is a gem of the south with a past that is deep in tradition, history and quality of life. As with any community harboring these traits, some residents chose to never leave. Whether it is the departed spirit of a civil war soldier, or a mysterious resident of one of Marietta's stately homes or businesses, you will hear the stories behind these mysteries and as some tour guests have, you may even see them yourself. Every ghost and haunting has a story.
131 Church Street
Take a ride through history with metro-Atlanta's only trolley tour! Join us for a one hour fully narrated tour through Historic Marietta. Explore Marietta's rich heritage, from the vibrant Downtown Square, past grand Antebellum homes, to the battlefields at Kennesaw Mountain.
48 South Park Square
In April of 2009, Jenny opened her own working studio on the historic Marietta Square. Her vision was to create a comfortable, relaxed, fun atmosphere where she could create & sell her works to the public. She also hosts a designated "friends' wall" so that she may support the local artists' movement on the Square.
11 Whitlock Avenue
Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art
30 Atlanta Street
The Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art is metropolitan Atlanta's only museum dedicated to American art. Housed in Marietta's first U.S. Post Office, the museum hosts a full schedule of exhibitions and boasts a permanent collection of 19th and 20th century American art.
Next Stage Theatre
11 Anderson Street
Polk Street Players
Welcome to the Polk Street Players website. Polk Street Players is a community theatre group sponsored by St. James’ Episcopal Church in Marietta. This is our thirty-second season! We present plays of all kinds—comedies, dramas, and thrillers—with actors and actresses from within the parish and throughout the metro Atlanta area.
Thomas Kinkade Art Gallery