Located in the Adair Park, Oakland City, and Capitol View neighborhoods, the inaugural festival is taking over The Bakery on the Westside Trail for four days of events celebrating Art, Movement, Film, and Music.

Festival includes:

  • art exhibitions,
  • interactive installations,
  • demonstrations,
  • artist markets,
  • health and wellness pop-ups,
  • musical acts,
  • film screenings,
  • keynote speaker,
  • food trucks,
  • and a “BeltLine After Dark” adults-only concert series.

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The A.M.F.M. Festival would not be possible without our incredible partners.

The Bakery
A new creative warehouse located in Southwest Atlanta. Nestled between Adair Park, Capital View, and Oakland City, we are a multifaceted collaborative arts complex with a focus on community engagement, education, environmental awareness, and new technology. We offer a safe space to artists, musicians, and entrepreneurs who are interested in thinking outside of the box and want to build their vision from the ground up. Learn more.

National Black Arts Festival (NBAF)
The NBAF NextGen Artists Program is a new signature program for young artists that identifies and recognizes the next generation of talented artists and supports them in the early stages of finding and developing their creative voices and in establishing themselves as professionals. The goal of nurturing the creativity, supporting the talent and professional development of emerging artists of African descent is a core value of NBAF’s mission. The NextGen Artists Showcases offers public showcases of the artist’s work in creative disciplines and industries, including the performing, visual arts, film, multimedia, and fashion-artists in select public schools. Learn more.

ARTlanta
In a place once used for defense and war now grows a community for creatives and visionaries. ARTlanta is planted as a seed ready to bring much needed nutrients to the Historic Fort McPherson and the surrounding communities. The ARTlanta Gallery was started with a vision to provide three things: to provide exposure for under exposed artists, to provide an alternative urban space to create and conjugate at, and to PROVIDE enrichment for the surrounding community. Learn more.