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ArtsNash partners with premier Atlanta website ArtsATL

artsatlArtsNash is thrilled to announce a new partnership with ArtsATL (www.artsatl.com). Starting this month, we’ll post occasional stories and critiques from Atlanta’s premier arts website. The arrangement will spotlight high-profile art exhibitions, concerts and theater performances in Atlanta and its environs. ArtsATL, meanwhile, will post similar stories from ArtsNash, providing Nashville’s arts organizations with important regional exposure.

ArtsATL was founded in 2009 by former arts writers and critics of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The nonprofit web-based publication, which bills itself as “the only news source that provides comprehensive coverage of the arts in Atlanta,” posts news and reviews about music, art and design, dance, theater, film, books and cross-disciplinary events. All of the Atlanta site’s editors and writers are professional critics and journalists. Catherine Fox, a 27-year veteran of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, now serves as ArtsATL’s executive director and visual arts critic.

Stories from Atlanta will appear on our website with an ArtsATL byline. We feel especially privileged to partner with ArtsATL, since the Atlanta website served as both the inspiration and model for ArtsNash. We believe that together, our two sites suggest a viable, alternative future for arts journalism in America.

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About John Pitcher

John Pitcher is the chief classical music, jazz and dance critic as well as co-founder of ArtsNash. He has been a classical music critic for the Washington Post, the Rochester (NY) Democrat and Chronicle, National Public Radio’s Performance Today (NPR), ArtNowNashville.com and the Nashville Scene. His writings about music and the arts have also appeared in Symphony Magazine, American Record Guide and Stagebill Magazine, among other publications. Pitcher earned his master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, where he studied arts writing with Judith Crist and Phyllis Garland. His work has received the New York State Associated Press award for outstanding classical music criticism.