Please support Gateway Performance Productions during this Covid-19 crisis. Gateway is a 45 year-old, awarding-winning, small, non-profit arts organization located in Atlanta, Georgia. Your contribution will help us maintain our artists, programming and 20-year-old venue - The Mask Center. It wil also support the growth and distribution of our newly developed online arts programming.
Gateway has produced decades of ongoing performances, events, workshops and exhibits at The Mask Center. For four and a half decades we’ve provided outreach programs to libraries, senior citizen centers, schools, museums, arts centers, theatres, festivals, conferences, non-traditional art venues, radio and television. Many of our programs reach at-risk and under-served populations at facilities that serve senior citizens and youth. Services also include art programs for homeless populations. (To find out more watch the video or read an article HERE,)
The closing of all these facilities during the Covid-19 crisis has seriously interrupted Gateway’s ability to provide our visual art, theatre, exhibits and creative writing programs to the public. Thousands of community members have lost access to our services.
Gateway’s flow of earned income has decreased dramatically to the point where it no longer exists. Thousands of dollars of income have been lost. Our goal is to fill programming and financial gaps during this challenging time by developing and offering online arts programs. We need your support to do this as soon as possible.
Please support Gateway by contributing now. Our campaign goal is $1000 in contributions. Every $10 received up to $1000 will be matched by GoFundMe. $10 becomes $20. $100 becomes $200. Small contributions are welcome. Dollars, euros and pounds are accepted.
To create original art that is mesmerizing and transformative in its power to connect participants to the essential truths of their humanity.
Creating New Work
Training and Teaching Others
Photos & Video
An Original Play
Staged Reading @ The Mask Center
Written and Performed by Members of Atlanta’s Homeless Population
Directed by Sandra Hughes
Photo: Molly Woo