Partners in Imagination is ARTC’s initiative to spread awareness about what is possible in a collaborative community. By channeling the energies of multiple non-profits into common goals, ARTC hopes to raise awareness of various causes through the Magic of Radio.
Our Partners in Imagination are chosen for their relevance to the performance as well as the high value of their mission. We anticipate a wide variety of deserving non-profits will benefit from this unique program.
Contact us for opportunities to be a Partner in Imagination!
The Center for the Visually Impaired was our annual Partner in Imagination for productions of An Atlanta Christmas during the holiday season from 2008 to 2015. It only makes sense to us. Our art form is uniquely adapted to the needs of the visually impaired and we enjoy knowing that we have made a contribution to their mission.
March 28-29, 2015
Continuance: Stories Not Yet Ended
The mission of the American Brain Tumor Association is to advance the understanding and treatment of brain tumors with the goals of improving, extending and, ultimately, saving the lives of those impacted by a brain tumor diagnosis.
We do this through interactions and engagements with brain tumor patients and their families, collaborations with allied groups and organizations, and the funding of brain tumor research.
October 29-30, 2011
Sleepy Hollow: The Ride Across America
The Office of Letters and Light organizes events where children and adults find the inspiration, encouragement, and structure they need to achieve their creative potential. Their programs are web-enabled challenges with vibrant real-world components, designed to foster self-expression while building community on local and global levels.
National Novel Writing Month is a fun, seat-of-your-pants approach to novel writing. Participants begin writing on November 1. The goal is to write a 50,000 word, (approximately 175 page) novel by 11:59:59, November 30.
Another natural fit for us – driven by story and fuelled by imagination, audio drama requires strong writers and a literary-minded audience. What better way to ensure our own longevity than by supporting an organization dedicated to both?
March 3-4, 2012
Founded in 1926, the Atlanta History Center is an all-inclusive, thirty-three acre destination featuring the Atlanta History Museum, one of the Southeast’s largest history museums; two historic houses, the 1928 Swan House and 1860 Smith Family Farm; the Centennial Olympic Games Museum; six Historic Gardens, the Kenan Research Center; the Grand Overlook event space; Chick-Fil-A at the Coca-Cola Cafe, and a museum shop.
For an institution dedicated to preserving the past, The Time Machine was a natural fit.
April 30-May 1, 2011
Delving deeply into the arts and the many cultures of the world, CORE unearths and presents unique and compelling dance experiences. Guided by a strong sense of community responsibility, CORE uses dance to educate, to question, to connect, to heal, and to inspire. Core Performance Company was the logical choice for our production of The Dancer in the Dark.
October 23-24, 2010
The AHS is the oldest private charitable organization in Atlanta, founded in 1873 following a visit to the city by Robert E. Lee. The animal charity was originally chartered to protect women, children, and animals and remained a child protection and animal welfare society for 79 years. The Shelter, now a widely recognized pet adoption center, clinic, and educational program provider, was originally located on Marietta Street and moved to its present location at 981 Howell Mill Road in the 1930s. AHS does not euthanize for time or space.
While The Island of Dr. Moreau may seem a macabre choice for material to benefit the Humane Society, the horror of animal cruelty and the need for protection and awareness is not evident more clearly in any of our other work.
March 27-28, 2010
Georgia Aquarium is an entertaining, intriguing and educational experience for guests of all ages. While promoting a fun and enjoyable learning experience, the Aquarium instills in its guests a new appreciation for the world’s aquatic biodiversity.
Georgia Aquarium’s 4R Program is designed to positively impact the health and well-being of aquatic life from around the world and your contributions directly help us with this important initiative. Our performance of The Last Dragon to Avondale helped highlight the impact that habitat loss has on threatened and endangered species.