Admission: There is no charge for the Gallery or this event. We encourage you to support this event by enjoying drinks (a variety of wines available by the glass and/or bottle, local craft beer & cider, as well as coffee service) and ask that you consider a tax-deductible donation to help us continue to program accessible experiences for our entire community.
Join us for a monthly evening of live jazz music under the stars at the Reeves House, featuring a rotating ensemble, trio, duo, etc.!
Enjoy drinks, stroll through the Gallery, and take in a fabulous night with jazz as your soundtrack to kick off the weekend.
We’re excited you’ve decided to join us. We’ve got some tips, suggestions, and recommendations to make your first time visit an excellent experience.
Thank you to our partners, donors, and supporters like you who made building the Reeves House possible. This is a true community project and we can’t wait for you to create memories and moments in the Gallery, classroom, as well as coffee shop/wine bar.
John Wieland, a legend for building homes in the Atlanta area, is also an avid art collector, enthusiast, and supporter. When he heard about the Reeves House project he quickly offered his cornerstone support in building the project at cost.
The City of Woodstock
A long-time partner with Elm Street, The City of Woodstock provided crucial support early in the project. The Parks & Recreation Impact Fees used to help with the cost of construction paved the way for other supporters to join the efforts and make this a true community project to add to the quality of life through the arts.
We’ve received several generous gifts from private foundations. While many gifts prefer to remain anonymous, the Rucker-Donnell Foundation, a national foundation, has participated to encourage other foundations to consider gifts toward this project.
Thank you to ALL of the private foundations that have provided gifts to make this important community project possible.
We can not thank you enough! Our individual donors truly make this project possible. So many of you have given over the years toward the vision of a better community through the arts. Even more, so many of you continue to give or have pledged to give, this has made all of the difference. In the end, this place is not just the rebuilding of a historic house, but a home for us all. You have made that possible. Thank you!