The mission of The Patch Works Art & History Center is to preserve, sustain, and maintain the historical identity, relevance, and integrity of Atlanta’s Cabbagetown—a resurging, 19th-century milltown community impacted by major urban development—through exhibits of history and local art, and community-based public programs and events.
#GivingTuesdayNow was planned for May 5 as an emergency response to the enormous need caused by COVID-19. GAgives on #GivingTuesdayNow will mobilize people around the state to tap the power of human connection, strengthening communities at the grassroots level. DONATE NOW The Patch Works needs your help! Even faced with the COVID-19 crisis, The Patch Works Art …
In view of the current public health situation with COVID-19, the Atlanta Preservation Center will be cancelling the remaining events for our 2020 Phoenix Flies festival, effective end of business today. We appreciate the wonderful reception of the first portion of the festival and will look forward to your attending next year’s 2021 Phoenix Flies. …
The center is currently changing its location… After analyzing its long-term goals/plans, The Patch Works has made the decision to depart from its current location. Both The Patch Works and the property’s owner agree that this is a positive step for the center, which will continue to operate even as it searches for a new, …
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The Patch Works Art & History Center is a US 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization and a 509(a)(2) Public Charity. Donors can deduct contributions made to The Patch Works under IRC Section 170.