welcome-to-l5pMARCH 7 IS THE DEADLINE to submit performance proposals for the first round of “Little Five Arts Alive,” a new outside arts performance project from Horizon Theatre and the L5P Community Improvement District.

Theater artists, dancers, musicians, circus performers and acts of all sorts are invited to apply.

Plans call for making the arts more visible in the eclectic, bohemian neighborhood by co-sponsoring performances Fridays-Sundays from April to December on Findley and Davis plazas. The project, supported in part by a $170,000 grant from ArtPlace America, will review proposals from individual performers, school groups, choirs, arts organizations, workshop leaders and other public creators, and hold auditions March 13-16 before scheduling the initial performances, through June.

“Little Five Points has been Horizon’s home for our entire 31-year history,” says Lisa Adler, the theater company’s co-artistic producting director and an L5P CID board member. “It’s a diverse, alternative arts and entertainment hub in Atlanta, and we are excited to work with the L5P CID to increase the area’s success as a regional arts and culture destination.”

Rachel Parish, artistic director of Firehouse Creative Productions, and Boyd Baker are coordinating the project. Go HERE to submit a proposal and get more details. Have questions or comments? Send an email to info@littlefiveartsalive.com.

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