Georgia Presenters

Georgia Presenters, a statewide booking consortium, provides a vehicle for collective programming where presenters, theatres, and communities can work together to increase cultural opportunities in their own communities and statewide.

Georgia Presenters was established in 2008 as a result of the hard work and dedication of Georgia's presenting organizations, governmental agencies, private groups and devoted individuals who recognized the potential impact of collaboration among presenters. Fox Gives is proud to serve as the managing body for Georgia Presenters, providing communication and administrative assistance to support the organization. 

Join Georgia Presenters Now!

Georgia Presenters membership is open to all arts, educational and governmental organization that present a season of three or more professional companies/artists per year, have an official non-profit designation in accordance with section 501 of the Internal Revenue Code, and present cultural programming as part of their organization's primary purpose. Applications are considered from organizations that do not operate as private, for-profit businesses. Non-profit and local and regional government organizations are eligible for membership. Additionally, college and university memberships are welcomed. Membership also requires that organizations are already presenting three to five times a year with the intent to participate in block booking activity.

Benefits include:

  • Three annual meetings combining professional development components with block booking. 
  • Access to the online forum, allowing presenters the opportunity to follow developing blocks and to communicate with other presenters on a variety of related topics. 
  • Invitations to Fox Gives sponsored seminars, special events, and networking opportunities. 

Georgia Presents Showcase (September 2022)

2022 Georgia Presents Snapshot

Contact Us

Leigh Burns
Director of Community Partnerships
Fox Gives
Phone: 404.881.2003
Fax: 404.872.2972

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