Our team aspired to add value to our city before we’d ever brewed a drop of beer. 3 years later, our community impact programming sometimes looks like raising money to combat hunger, poverty, and homelessness, and other times like creating exhibition and enrichment opportunities for our local arts community. We’re still learning and expanding, but whatever lay ahead, we hope our city is better off because we’re here.
Call for Artists: EARTH Party Open through Friday, March 30, 2018 Exhibition on view at CCBC April 15, 2018 Since April 2015, in honor of Earth Month—which encompasses Earth Day on 4/22—Creature Comforts has hosted events and art exhibitions to celebrate our planet. Our hope is that, in the same way art can inspire us to feel,… View Article
Clouds & Clay: Up Above Georgia Photographs by Dr. Chris Greer On view Tuesday, February 6 – Sunday, March 4 Clouds and Clay: Up Above Georgia showcases a series of aerial photographs over Georgia by local photographer and educator, Chris Greer. The artist is generously donating 100% of profits from the artworks’ sales to our Get Comfortable campaign, supporting local… View Article
The question we’ve been getting a lot since we launched Get Comfortable is: “I see the list of Get Comfortable‘s business partners, but what are they doing to contribute? And how can I support them?” So we wanted to let you know how you can support the businesses who support Get Comfortable. Scroll through and read carefully, and just know… View Article