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Arts in Emory Village

Enjoy the revitalized Emory Village as REPURPOSED PATHWAYS brings local artists to the Plaza in October for a month-long series of open-air, pop-up public art programs. Don't miss this unique opportunity to view, discuss, and buy fresh, compelling works.

Artists include Daniel Sanzone, Melissa Mitchell,Paige Follmann, Ashley Adiano, Courtney Brooks, and Shelley Smith.

Light bites and beverages provided by Ink & Elm, Saba, and others. Local business will offer specials to attendees. Parking is available in the Emory University/Barnes and Noble parking deck on Oxford Rd., and is free after 7:00 p.m.More information on parking can be found at parking.emory.edu.

For more information on the event, please contact
ArtsInEmoryVillage@gmail.com.

EVA Thanks Plaza Donors, Unveils Plaques

Donor plaqueTwo new plaques in Emory Village Plaza honor the more than 200 donors whose contributions helped transform a small plot of concrete into a vibrant gathering place. EVA dedicated the plaques during Open Streets DeKalb 2014.

 

Sweet News

Ali’s Cookies will open in the Village in the former site of Tin Drum, which closed its doors in January. Emory Village will be the third location in Atlanta for Ali’s, which is known for its chocolate chip cookies as well as lactose-free and gluten-free cookies. 

Old Trolley Rails Return Charles Calhoun and Trolley Rail Sculpture
Home to Emory Village

Emory Village's salute to history now reaches skyward in Emory Village Park, thanks to neighbor and metal worker Charles Calhoun. He repurposed three century-old trolley rails into a striking sculpture that soars over the park fountain.Read more.

 

 

 

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Ted and Mary Kelly at plaza dedicationRemembering Ted Kelly: the Man Behind the Fountain

Emory Village Alliance
Is Our New Name

One-Hour Parking Limit in Village

Emory Village Roundabout
Featured on Fox 5 News
It's a model for improving safety, easing congestion, and saving money. See the Fox 5 news report.

Vestiges of Emory Village
A long-time resident recalls fond memories of the Village. Read article in Emory Magazine.

AIEV's Work Holds True to Name (Emory Wheel editorial)

AIEV Wins Golden Shoe for Emory Village Project.

Tips for navigating the roundabout. Tips for pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists from PEDS.

New York Times article.
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