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2009 Index of Winners

Best neighborhood for the arts BOA Award Winner

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Castleberry Hill

Best opening BOA Award Winner

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The Mad Generation at East Atlanta Tattoo

Best new theatrical venue BOA Award Winner

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Southwest Arts Center

Best reason to name-drop BOA Award Winner

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Salman Rushdie

Best place for author reading/signing BOA Award Winner

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A Cappella Books

Best place to see a movie BOA Award Winner

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Landmark Midtown Art Cinema

Best play BOA Award Winner

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"The Wild Party" at Onstage Atlanta

Best local poet: Tie BOA Award Winner

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Kodak Harrison

Best local poet: Tie BOA Award Winner

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Theresa Davis

Best public art BOA Award Winner

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Art Signed the Beltline

Best public art BOA Award Winner

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Krog Street Tunnel

Best showbiz shout-out to Atlanta BOA Award Winner

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Adult Swim

Best place to hear spoken word BOA Award Winner

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Java Monkey

Best local spoken word artist BOA Award Winner

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The Subliminator

Best theater company BOA Award Winner

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Georgia Shakespeare

Best theater company BOA Award Winner

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Horizon Theatre

Best touring play BOA Award Winner

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"Wicked" at Fox Theatre

Best new trend in the arts BOA Award Winner

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Art collectives

Best new trend in the arts BOA Award Winner

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Dance

Best visual artist BOA Award Winner

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Danielle Roney

Best emerging visual artist BOA Award Winner

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Josh D. Weiss

Best established visual artist BOA Award Winner

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R. Land

POETS, ARTISTS & MADMEN:Kenny LeonWhat's the best way to experience Atlanta arts on the cheap? BOA Award Winner

Year » 2009
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2009 » Cityscape
Be a Season Ticket Holder
The most affordable way to go to arts events in Atlanta is by becoming a member or season subscriber. You can get tickets for an entire season to a theater company, like True Colors Theatre Company, 7 Stages or Actor's Express, for under $100 as a season subscriber. That's an entire year of theater formore...

The most affordable way to go to arts events in Atlanta is by becoming a member or season subscriber. You can get tickets for an entire season to a theater company, like True Colors Theatre Company, 7 Stages or Actor's Express, for under $100 as a season subscriber. That's an entire year of theater for less than $100. Same with places like the High Museum or Atlanta Botanical Garden — members at these organizations can go as often as they like for free, included in the price of their membership. I love grabbing an ice cream and hanging out in the gardens. Membership has its perks!”
"— Kenny Leon, actor/playwright, and True Colors co-founder/artistic director


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