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Conveniently located in the Selig Center, across the street from the Center for Puppetry Arts, the Breman Jewish Heritage & Holocaust Museum focuses on educating its visitors on Jewish history, and promoting universal themes like diversity and human dignity. The museum itself is tiny, but comes packed with interesting artifacts and tidbits about Jewish history in Atlanta and beyond. With such interesting pieces on display in the permanent collection, plus a continually flowing stream of exhibits, it’ll likely take several visits to really let the experience sink in. All the more reason to visit the gift shop, which stocks all manner of Jewish literature, holiday gifts and trinkets.

1440 Spring St NW
Atlanta,
GA
US

The Museum of Design Atlanta educates design enthusiasts through subtle and brazen examples of design through rotating exhibits and conversational programs. In the small boutique museum's airy rooms, exhibits showcase design across a wide spectrum of objects. Guest speakers regale MODA audiences once a month with discussions of their work, divulging where they get their inspiration, how they started in design, and current projects they're developing.

1315 Peachtree St NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

When the Center for Puppetry Arts opened its doors in 1978, Jim Henson and Kermit the Frog were on hand to cut the ribbon. Fittingly, one of its first major exhibitions, The Art of the Muppets in 1981, attracted more than 50,000 attendees. Since then, the center has matured into a multifaceted complex equal parts museum, performance center, and hub for working artists.

1404 Spring St NW
Atlanta,
GA
US

The art-collecting and fabulous finds events at ZuCot Gallery are like a hands-on combination of Antiques Roadshow and Night at the Museum. You'll be treated to a vast body of knowledge from a small panel of experts as they speak and answer questions on custom framing, art collecting, art theory, and art history. Bring along up to two small collectibles or heirlooms—such as jewelry, ceramics, or a small, signed first-edition lithograph of Lolcats Playing Poker—and you'll get a five-minute appraisal of each, delivered by the knowing hands, mouth, and eyeballs of an adept antiques expert (for entertainment purposes only). The event also includes a guided tour of ZuCot's in-house art collection of paintings, photography, sculpture, and more.

333 Nelson St SW
Atlanta,
GA
US

I sell 3 centuries of art, 19th - 21st century. paintings, lithographs, photography, prints, 20 dollars and up. we have superman comicboo covers, wizard of oz, Dali lithographs, chotskys, something for every budget.

365 Peachtree Hills Ave NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

Our names are Erik & Kat Washburn. We opened The Moog Gallery in 2008. We have been framing for 15 years. We have a large framing selection to suit your style and budget. We aim to make your framing experience an enjoyable one. If our regular hours don't work for you, we will be happy to set a time after hours.

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1653 McLendon Ave NE
Atlanta,
GA
US