Programming & Community Partners

We foster several collectives that have had room to start from scratch and grow here, including Blue Summer and Kudzu who bring in local, regional, and international acts. We’ve been able to help these groups, because we ourselves received so much help in the beginning. Some local musicians, artists, producers, and organizations significantly helped build us from the ground-up.

Here are some of our current programming and community partners:



ALTERED MEANS is an adaptive, experimental curatorial platform that presents its projects through a variety of methods including gallery exhibitions, performances, printed matter, and more to be determined. Not tied to a physical space, though currently HQ’d at The Bakery Atlanta, ALTERED MEANS approaches its collaborations and partnerships with a spirit of generosity. ALTERED MEANS was founded and is director by Meredith Kooi.


Atlanta Syth Club

Dedicated to all things synth of the software and hardware variety, drum machines, effects, sound design and electronic music in and around Atlanta and the Southeastern corridor. Occasional meetings, workshops and performances.


Cut Cake Factory

The cut cake factory is a hybrid fabrication shop and educational facility for artists and newbie fabricators. As a member you get the benefits of access to an assortment of fabrication tools, work areas, discounts on affordable monthly skill building classes, and more!

Their mission is to foster an inviting space for people in the atlanta community that are entirely new to building things or need semi-regular shop access.


Eyedrum, a nonprofit artist collective based in Atlanta, fosters the experimental and avant-garde across disciplines to create opportunities for dialogue, collaboration and growth in the contemporary art community.

Face of Knives

Face of Knives Productions is a group dedicated to promoting inclusive, safer shows in Atlanta for touring DIY musicians, performers, and artists. While they work with genres across the board they have a soft spot for Punk, Hardcore, Metal, Grindcore, Powerviolence, and Experimental acts.

Library of the Commons

The Library of the Commons is an Atlanta-based cooperative learning community & a hub for shared resources. Our members share their knowledge, skills, and resources to deepen the individual and collective sovereignty of their communities.



LXXX YOU is a rotating group of artists and friends founded by Mike Stasny and George Long. Prompted by party motifs and parodying human life, LXXX YOU's performance and installation work lampoon’s social experiences by inviting viewers into a surreal world.

Primarily working as hyper-real costumed DJ’s, LXXX YOU has provided entertainment for the Hambidge auction, The opening of Ponce City Market, Burnaway Auction, Zuckerman Museum of Art, Eide Magazine anniversary party, MOCA GA, Marcia Wood Gallery, Sandler Hudson Gallery, WonderFarm, and Atlanta Contemporary Art Center’s ART PARTY.


Mammal Gallery

Established in 2013, Mammal Gallery builds physical spaces for artists, musicians, and their followers to socialize and foster greater connectivity throughout ATL’s artistic communities and bring greater exposure to the artists and mediums being represented.


An underground Atlanta dance party creating unique experiences since 2016.



Pie Pixel is an emerging tech and community oriented production studio offering portfolio content creation, social media branding services, and space rentals. We pair with the Bakery for content creation- Fun Filming Days and offer studio rentals and location scouting services at The Bakery - Atlanta and other locations.



Pillyr is a non-profit organization based in Atlanta whose mission is to deliver artistic and functional community projects that cultivate vibrant public space within neighborhoods.

Daniel Snider, Founder / Designer / Executive Director Gaby Melendez, Campaigns Manager / Architectural Lead Sammy Shams, Project Manager / Resilience Lead David Moore, Project Manager / Installations Lead


Plasma Magazine

Plasma is an online and print publication covering the DIY music, art, and culture of Atlanta. This local platform provides valuable resources, infrastructure, and care to Atlanta’s creative community. There mission is to show the world a different Atlanta and build a network of local creatives.


Streetcat Media

Streetcat offers a range of creative services and collaborates with organizations and individuals to create accessible human interaction with technology.


Southern Fried Queer Pride

Southern Fried Queer Pride is an Atlanta-based queer and trans, arts and advocacy organization and festival celebrating the vibrant communities of the Southern United States. SFQP is arts and politically based and serves to provide an annual intersectional and radically inclusive festival, along with monthly programming.