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Walnut Gallery

Walnut Gallery Category: Art and Culture and the Arts Free DescriptionContactLocation The Walnut Gallery is a contemporary art gallery and school for fine arts. It is an extension of Walnut Gallery Inc., a non-profit organization founded in 2007 that seeks to promote contemporary art. The Walnut Gallery exists as an open and public forum for [...]

Pitman Theatre

Pitman Theatre Category: Culture and the Arts and History Rental Facility DescriptionContactLocation The Pitman Theatre is a multi-functional rental facility, available to the community for a variety of functions. Its history, however starts in the 1947. Designed by Birmingham based architect David O. Whilldin, the Pitman opened in 1947. Its first showing was “Slave Girl”, [...]

Mort Glosser Amphitheater

Mort Glosser Amphitheater Category: Culture and the Arts and History Concert Venue DescriptionContactLocation Built in 1935, as a WPA (Works Progress Administration) project, from all locally-sourced sandstone, the ‘Amp’ has served as host for concerts, weddings, boxing matches, haunted houses, and rewards ceremonies. It hosts a free concert series every First Friday during the summer. [...]

Memorial Bridge

Memorial Bridge Category: Culture and the Arts and History Free DescriptionContactLocation The Etowah Memorial Bridge crosses the Coosa River. The 1094-foot bridge was opened in 1927 and is dedicated to the Etowah County World War 1 heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice for the country. The Emma Sansom Monument marks the bridges entrance. Hours: 24/7 Cost: Free [...]

Mary G. Hardin Center for Cultural Arts

Mary G. Hardin Center for Cultural Arts Category: Art, Culture and the Arts, and Museum DescriptionContactLocation On the corner of Fifth and Broad in historic downtown Gadsden sits an unusual building. Its triangular shape and enormous cylinder have come to stand for the educational opportunities and endless entertainment the arts bring to a community. The [...]

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