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Lunchtime Culture Series Returns this Summer with Free Monthly Programming

Get an insider’s view of four Midtown arts and cultural venues

Published: 6/7/18

The Breman Museum

Venues in Midtown host more than 3,000 concerts, plays, and arts and cultural events annually, boasting the largest concentration of arts and cultural institutions in the Southeast. With so many venues in our walkable district, there’s something for everyone to enjoy - from daytime workers to residents and visitors.

Building on last year’s success, Lunchtime Culture returns this year with free monthly, drop-in programing over the lunch hour at various institutions. Each event in the series will pair two Midtown Atlanta arts and culture organizations for an informative dialogue, performance, or tour experience. The goal? Casually connect more people to Midtown's extensive array of arts and culture by offering brief introductory sessions.

Starting June 14th, and running through November 8th, the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Alliance Theatre, the Breman Museum, Center for Puppetry Arts, Fulton County Arts Council, and Midtown Alliance are partnering to give the community bite-sized exposure to some of the district’s arts and cultural treasures.

“We hope that this new season of Lunchtime Culture will be a catalyst for curiosity, and give people a good reason to explore Midtown’s cultural assets while fulfilling their cultural appetites,” said Ghila Sanders, Acting Director of the Breman Museum.

Mark Your Calendars

Stop by one of the six Lunchtime Culture events this year and walk out having learned something new about Midtown’s flourishing arts scene. All events begin at noon and are done by 12:30pm, leaving some time to explore the host venue.

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