Connecting Atlanta Artists: Artist Roundup Announcement

Hey there creatives,

Tammy here! June is approaching soon and June is also the six-month anniversary for The Creative Folks (TCF)—how exciting isn’t it? With the past few months, we’ve learned and acquired a lot as a team:

  • Recruiting new members on board
  • Letting go of a few members
  • Drafting new art projects
  • Finding our office space
  • Interviews & meeting new Atlanta creatives

The list goes on! Marking our half-of-a-year presence, we’re launching a new idea to highlight the local Atlanta creatives in our great city. We can’t reach all of them by ourselves so we’re hoping to have you help us find them with this new initiative called: Artist Roundup!

Let me explain

If you know of a local Atlanta creative (or you are one yourself) whether they: make art, sell art, run a gallery, or make impact for the creative community, it doesn’t matter—we want to know!

  1. Simply nominate that Atlanta creative here
  2. Our team will review the nomination and if they’re a fit, we’ll set up an interview with them.

That’s it, literally! Easy peasy, lemon squeezy.

I won’t keep you for long. Stay tuned on our Instagram for our Summer campaign launch! Let’s hustle creatives.


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Tammy is the founder of The Creative Folks and her passion to help others succeed no matter what condition, sparked her interest to open the brand. She’s a graduate of Georgia State University with a Bachelors of Arts in Sociology and minor in Educational Psychology. Though she is a non-traditional graphic designer, she has earned the title to be a Graphic Design Consultant with a demonstrated history of working in the graphic design industry, both fields of print and digital. Tammy works with multi-level prospects and clients, from small businesses, corporates, franchises, education and higher education facilities to create proper marketing collateral for each demographic through design.

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