Ushering in a new era. Imani says goodbye to the Center!

MESSAGE FROM THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Leadership Transition at the Little Five Points Center for Arts and Community
(L5PCAC)

For immediate release

Following 10 successful years at the Center, Imani Evans will relinquish her duties as Executive Director, effective May 31, 2018. Under Imani’s leadership, the Center has grown to a stable and well-known arts and social change organization, providing sustainable rental space, support and opportunities to Partner organizations as
well as the the broader Atlanta community. Since taking the Executive Director’s position, Imani has brought the organization to the next level as a well-managed non-profit organization with a reliable funding source for its operation and an increasing community outreach. Ms. Evans may continue to work for the Center in a consulting role to facilitate a smooth transition to new leadership. The search for a new executive Director is underway.

The L5PCAC is located in the old Moreland School at 1083 Austin Ave NE in the Little Five Points /Inman Park Community. Having acquired the school from the Atlanta School Board, the Center is able to provide affordable rental space to arts organizations and community-based non-profit groups. Partner Organizations of the Center are Atlanta Children’s Theatre, Horizon Theatre Company, Euclid Arts Collective, Gateway Performance Productions / Mask Theatre, Inc., Art Papers Magazine, WRFGRadio
Free Georgia Broadcasting foundation, Inc., Atlanta Jugglers Association, Seed and Feed Marching Abominable Band, Shoulders Down, Inc./Rising Phoenix Tai Chi, Manga African Dance Company and WHOA (Women helping others).

CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ON APPLYING FOR THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR POSITION

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