Give to bring creative life to downtown Macon

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The 567 Center for Renewal opened its doors in downtown Macon in 2010. In just 7 years, The 567 has grown into a space that offers unique programming for many different segments of our community.

The heartbeat of The 567 is its art gallery, a creative space where anyone can try their hand at creating art, students and professional artists display their work, and entrepreneurs connect with each other. Other events that we've hosted in our 6 years include Macon Film Festival, the Bragg Jam music festival, Lost Keys Literary Festival, GABBA Fest (presented by the Georgia Allman Brothers Band Association), and Groove Speak (a night of music & spoken word). All of these activities support the growing creative community of downtown and bring in visitors to downtown from all over Middle Georgia.

We continue to look for new ways to serve our community every year, and this year is no different. We're excited to offer our very first Youth Art Camp this summer! We also recently re-launched Amplify, a program started by Macon Arts, to help artists and other creative individuals make a living and a life doing what they love in Middle Georgia. Donate now to help us expand the variety of classes we offer, continue improvements to our historic facility, and reach more people in Middle Georgia.

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