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).
Our tenants hardly ever leave…So this is a rare opportunity. We have a great rental unit available for a progressive organization or company to join our dynamic community of artists, activists and businesses with a heart. If you are interested, please contact Imani at 404.522.2926 for more information. Don’t miss this wonderful chance to become a part of the Little 5 Points Center for Arts & Community. –THIS SPACE HAS BEEN RENTED—NO SPACE AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME.But stay in touch in case things change.Imani Evans/Executive Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Montessori In Town is proud to be the first AMI-accredited Montessori school to serve Atlanta’s unique intown community. Founded in 2005, our school’s mission is to offer the finest of educational experiences and maintain the high ideals of Dr. Montessori’s standards while serving the vibrant, diverse intown population. Students are fostered to develop emotionally, socially, physically and academically in a respectful atmosphere where differences are celebrated and respect is a cornerstone of our everyday work.
The school offers both Primary (ages 2 ½ to 6+) and Elementary (ages 6 to 9+) programs for children. We are located at 1085 Ponce de Leon Avenue, N.E. in the education building of the Druid Hills Baptist Church with ample classroom, playground and garden spaces for children. This location is surrounded by a bustling and vibrant in town community of shops, restaurants and is easily accessed from many neighborhoods.
The Little 5 Points Business Association is geared up for great things this year! We just voted in our new slate of officers: Bob Sandage, President; Holly Blain, Vice-President; Scott Pendergrast, Treasurer; Imani Evans, Secretary. Whoohoo!! We have more and more business joining all the time. The meetings allow L5P business owners to share information and resources. It is a wonderful opportunity to network and get your business out there. Non-profits are also welcome…as a matter of fact the Little 5 Points Community Center is a proud member. We are always looking to hear from you…Check out the L5P Business Association website for more information: L5P BUSINESS ASSOCIATION WEBSITE
Added feature of opening night of the Euclid Arts Collective Holiday Open House:Meet and Greet Board members on Friday, December 2, 2011, 7-9 pm Please stop by our table on the second floor and chat about the partners at the Little Five Points Community Center and their activities and exciting upcoming events. Learn about the opportunities of the Community Committee or board membership. Sunday hours for Meet and Greet to be announced.
Join us for the 1st Annual Community Day event! It is going to be a day the whole family can enjoy. We want you to get to know us…Take classes from master artists, reputable community leaders, and professionals. It is all about COMMUNITY, CREATIVITY, AND COLLABORATION!
On August 6th there was a historical and monumental event for the Center. We had more than 60 Moreland Elementary kids return to school for a reunion and open house. It was a packed house and we all had a blast. We gave tours, ate goodies, and attendees caught up with old friends while making a few new ones. Alumnus, Carol Moody, partnered with the Center’s Executive Director, Imani Evans to make this day a success. We are already planning to do it again. What a fantastic day!