Join our special workshop on June 24th to learn how to use the powers of art and activism to help your Atlanta communities

Read more about this unique opportunity and apply below

Joyful. Vibrant. Safe. Sexy. Accessible. Inspiring. Irresistible.

Not the words people often associate with voting, especially not in 2023: when there are staggering challenges to voters and those who support them all across the country. When it’s so hard for so many to cast their ballot, make their voices heard, and protect their fundamental freedoms — especially in Georgia

But we know civic engagement and social justice work at large can be all those things — and must be all those things, to mobilize at the mass scale we need to make a more just state, country, and world.

At the Center for Artistic Activism, we help people use the powers of art to overcome incredible odds and build campaigns that win — and win big.

On Saturday, June 24, from 10am-12pm, join us and our partners at CoolCoolCool Productions and Out of Hand Theater for a hands-on workshop to learn how to combine the powers of art and activism to bring more creativity, innovation, imagination, and impact to the issues you care about most.

Fill out the brief form below to join us.

In Unstoppable Voters: Atlanta you will

  • learn the fundamentals of artistic activism and how to apply them to your social justice work
  • collaborate with other artists and activists to develop creative campaigns in support of Georgians
  • receive feedback and guidance from the Center for Artistic Activism, Out of Hand, CoolCoolCool Productions, and many more peers
  • leave with wildly creative and highly strategic ways to build the Atlanta we all need.
Participants sharing ideas for creative actions at a recent training in Columbus, Ohio. Photo by Top5ive Photography.
Participants graduating from a recent training in Orlando, Florida. Photo by Eli Berrios.

No previous experience required

You don’t need to be an “Artist.” You don’t need to be an “Activist.” You can be a seasoned advocate, new to this space, a professional creative, or someone who goes into a panic when they have to pick up a marker. No experience is required, beyond an openness to creativity and experimentation.

Unstoppable Voters helping students and seasoned advocates in Wisconsin develop creative ideas.

The details

Unstoppable Voters: Atlanta will be held at the Emory University Center for Ethics, located at 1531 Dickey Drive, in Room 102 on Saturday, June 24, from 10am-12pm.

For free parking, head to the very nearby Peavine South Parking Lot, located at 27 Eagle Row. It’s a 3-minute walk from the lot to the workshop space.

The program is entirely free to participants. Light snacks will be provided.

Learn more about what to expect at the workshop by watching the short video below:

A map made by the very lovely Mark Kendall

Program Partners

Unstoppable Voters: Atlanta is presented by the Center for Artistic Activism’s Unstoppable Voters program in collaboration with CoolCoolCool Productions and Out of Hand Theater.

What is Unstoppable Voters?

Through the Center for Artistic Activism’s expansive Unstoppable Voters program, we support creatively risk-taking, strategic, ambitious organizations, people, and projects that address urgent and specific anti-voter attacks. We provide training and community building for individuals and groups who are passionate about protecting the freedom to vote and bringing the needed innovation to that fight. We also provide funding and support to help manifest that innovation and bring real, measurable impact. To date, we’ve helped over 80 organizations and over 1,000 individual activists, artists, and everyone in between make voting accessible, safe, joyful, powerful, and irresistible.

Apply to join Unstoppable Voters: Atlanta

Complete the brief form below by Thursday, June 22. If you have any questions, reach out to

This form is currently closed for submissions

Learn more about our Unstoppable Voters program here.