City Springs Theatre Company Arts Education
City Springs Theatre Company arts education programs are funded by a founding grant from the
Sandy Springs Arts Foundation
CSTC programs serve students and educators, Pre-K through college, and engage the educational community through a student matinee series, hands-on training, and summer programming, highlighting all disciplines of the arts.
Additionally, City Springs Theatre Company will work alongside the Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center management in the planning, production, and execution of the City of Sandy Springs Arts Education Initiative, featuring field trip programs, master classes, talkbacks/tours, summer camps and more at the new performing arts center.
The greater community will have opportunities to engage in all aspects of the performing arts through family-oriented programming, summer arts camps, and the ability to interact with artists to understand the creative process.
Sandy Springs Arts Foundation is a presenting sponsor of the 2019
Atlanta Jewish Film Festival
The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival (AJFF) is a showcase of international cinema that broadly explores themes of identity, history and culture. Through the power and shared experience of cinematic storytelling, the AJFF fosters stronger bonds within the Jewish community, and intergroup relations with Atlanta's diverse cultural, ethnic and religious communities.
The AJFF seats 36,000+ moviegoers in Sandy Springs and throughout Atlanta.
The Festival exhibits some 70 narrative and documentary features and shorts, running for 23 days across a half dozen venues throughout metro Atlanta. The Sandy Springs City Center will be the central venue for the 2019 film festival, Atlanta's and the world's single largest film festival. AJFF is an independent non-profit arts organization that continues an active partnership with its founding agency, American Jewish Committee